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Jamat Ul Vida 2024: Meaning, History, Significance, And Greetings


Jamat ul Vida, the last Friday of the holy month of Ramdan, is a momentous day full of blessings and salvation. Muslims commemorate the day by reciting the sacred book of Quran, offering special prayers, and performing a variety of social deeds. They participate in charitable activities such as feeding the needy and poor. People visit mosques in congregation and recite prayers for world peace, prosperity, and harmony.

Jamat ul Vida meaning

Jamat ul Vida is an Arabic term, which translates to Friday of Farewell in English. Etymologically, it comes from the words ‘Juma’ and ‘Wida’, which mean gathering and farewell. Jamat ul Vida is also known as Al-Jumu’ah al-Yateemah.

Jamat ul Vida 2024: Jumu’atul-Wida 2024 will begin on April 4th, and end on April 5th, in the evening.

History of Jamat ul Vida

In Islamic culture, Friday is considered the holiest day of the week known as Jumu’a, or ‘Jummah’. Scholars suggest that if Muslims spend Friday worshiping and reading the Holy Quran, they would be protected by Allah for the rest of the week. Though Muslims consider all Fridays to be noteworthy, the auspicious last Jummah of Ramdan particularly has added significance. As per the history of Jamat Al Vida, scholars say that an angel of Allah enters the Mosque and listens to the Imam (Friday prayer). People are rewarded for going to the Mosque early in the morning for prayer on Jamat ul Vida. According to Prophet Mohammad (PBUH), Allah would forgive all the sins of those who offer the Friday Namaz on a regular basis.

Significance of Jamat Al Vida


Jamat ul Vida being the last Friday of the holy month Ramadan carries immense significance and blessings. Muslims should make the most of the day by thanking almighty for providing the opportunity to ask forgiveness for their sins and perform good deeds. On this day, Muslims get the chance to renew their faith in the teachings of Allah by reading verses from the holy Quran.

As per Abu Hurairah, Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

“The best day on which the sun has risen is Friday; on it Adam was created and on it he was made to enter Paradise.

On Friday, also, Adam was expelled from Paradise.

And the [last] hour (i.e. the Day of Resurrection) will take place on no day other than Friday”. – (Muslim)

Things to do on Jamat ul Vida 2024

1. Wearing new or clean clothes

It is customary for the Muslims to take a bath in the early morning and wear a new set of clothes and a traditional cap. If not new, they must wear properly washed and clean clothes on the day.

2. Organizing congregation

Instead of the regular Friday midday prayer, Muslims should attend the namaz congregation on this day. Congregations are a must for Males, while women can pray and recite the holy Quran at home. On this day, most mosques worldwide hold special prayers for the world’s well-being. Muslims pray for a peaceful and better world in mosques in their local cities. They ask forgiveness for their misdeeds and beg for Allah’s direction in their future lives. Additionally, Muslims pray for the serenity of their loved ones who have passed away.

3. Reading Quran


As the month of Ramadan is celebrated for the revelation of Holy Quran to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by angel Jibril, reciting Quran is highly beneficial. On Jamat ul Vida Muslims recite as many verses of the sacred as they can to make the most of the day.

4. Observing Roza

During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims all around the world observe Roza, in which they fast from dawn to sunset. Fasting on Ramadan is among the five pillars of Islam. Additionally, fasting on Jamat ul Vida is significantly beneficial and rewarding considering the holiness of last Friday of Ramadan.

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5. Offering charity


On Jamat Vida Muslims give back to the community after spending some time at mosques. They can feed the poor, perform charitable work, and assist the needy.

Jamat ul Vida celebration

People get up early, take a bath, and dress neatly into new clothes. There are a variety of ways to celebrate Jamat Vida, including reading the holy Quran, praying (for salvation and the departed soul), and doing charity. In the afternoon, Muslim males gather in a religious group and pray together. People perform ‘Ibadat,’ in which they recite lines from the Quran and ask Allah for blessings. Muslim families also hold massive feasts at their homes for iftar.

Jamat ul Vida greetings


On Jamat al Vida, one can send beautiful wishes to their family and relatives to remind them of the importance of Jamat al Vida:

  • I wish Ramadan could last forever so that we Muslims could be at our best in terms of Iman. Jamat Vida Mubarak.
  • As Ramadan draws to a close, we want to see it again next year. I pray that our prayers, fasts, and good acts are all accepted and richly rewarded. I pray that Allah forgives all of our sins. Jamat al Vida Mubarak.
  • I hope the last Jumah of this year’s Ramadan helps in getting your prayers fulfilled. I wish you a blessed Jamat al Vida.

Marked by religious solemnity, worshippers seek heavenly favors in massive congregations on Jamat Vida worldwide. On the last Friday, Muslims have the opportunity to renew their trust in Allah and Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) teachings.

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Jamat Ul Vida FAQS

What is Jamat ul Vida?

Jamat Vida is the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan.

What is done on Jamat al Vida?

Muslims visit mosques and offer prayers in congregation on Jamat al Vida.

What is the meaning of Jamat al Vida?

Jamat al Vida means Friday of Farewell.

What are the good deeds to do on Jamat al Vida?

Muslims can contribute to charity and provide food to the poor on Jamat al Vida.

What is the other name for Jamat al Vida?

Al-Jumu-ah al-Yateemah is another name for Jamat al Vida.

Dr Omar Ayoub

Dr. Omar Ayoub is a tech enthusiast and a part time researcher and accounts authorship of several international publications. He holds a PhD in Computer Science from USA and has an experience of more than 10 years in Saudi Arabia working in tourism, hospitality, education, technology and retail sector. His interests include traveling, writing, and exploring trending technologies.

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