The nation has been in a celebratory mode of late. Beginning this week on the 12th of September, Eid al-adha, the sacrifice feast of the Muslims marked feasts, festivities and celebrations in India. Also called as ‘Bakri Id’, it is one of the holiest days in Islamic calendar and a day that brings families together. As per Islamic mythology, Eid al-adha honours Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his son, as an act of submission to God’s command.. The obedient messenger of god is worshiped by all Muslims across the globe, with Eid al-adha celebrations beginning right after the descent of the Hajj pilgrims.
Feasts bring families and communities together. And brands too. Like Eid al-Fitr that marked the end of the month-long fasting during Ramzan, saw an interesting display of visual greetings on social media, Eid al-Adha was also a special occasion for many brands. Eid Mubarak visuals floated on the social web with brands also joining in the celebrations. Read “42 Creative #EidMubarak Visuals, Gifs & Ramzan Videos Of 2016.”
The elements are familiar yet put together in an appealing manner: the crescent of the moon against a starlit sky, the silhouette of the holy mosque, Arabic inspired fonts and some brand connect. Eid al-adha has also highlighted our brands’ creative side with some interesting visual play at work. Here is a curated list of Eid al-Adha visuals and gifs of 2016:
The smartphone maker captures its greetings inside one.
May your delights double this Eid. Here’s wishing you a very Happy and prosperous Eid. pic.twitter.com/BV0oc1gHjh
— Samsung India (@Samsung_IN) September 13, 2016
The budget hotel network rolls out a simple gif.
Eid Mubarak everyone. Let's celebrate this day with friends & family, and some lip smacking food! pic.twitter.com/nDLYLqQbHg
— OYO (@oyorooms) September 13, 2016
The smartphone maker hopes to be a part of your celebrations.
— Vivo India (@Vivo_India) September 13, 2016
The holiday brand’s picture makes for an appealing greeting.
— Sterling Holidays (@WorldOfSterling) September 13, 2016
The shining stars add the magic here.
— Micromax India (@Micromax_Mobile) September 13, 2016
The housing portal keeps it simple.
— CommonFloor.com (@commonfloor) September 12, 2016
The chatpata snack maker hopes to connect with families.
Aapke favourite masaledaar snack ke taraf se aap sabko, Eid Mubaarak! pic.twitter.com/6nBJ1gD9lS
— Kurkure (@KurkureSnacks) September 12, 2016
Cafe Coffee Day
Simple yet elegant coffee art by the coffee chain!
— Cafe Coffee Day (@CafeCoffeeDay) September 12, 2016
Think only of food, seems to be the underlying message here.
— FAASOS (@faasos) September 13, 2016
Quite a stylish one by the media brand.
Eid Mubarak, wishing you and your loved ones a blessed Eid al-Adha! pic.twitter.com/Z2ioCK2G8R
— Viacom18 (@viacom18) September 13, 2016
The paint makers sticks to simplicity and elegance.
— Nerolac Paints India (@Nerolac_Paints) September 13, 2016
Bajaj Allianz Life
The life insurance company indulges in an appealing pen and ink illustration.
— Bajaj Allianz Life (@BajajAllianzLIC) September 13, 2016
The camera brand places its wares smartly here!
— Fujifilm India (@Fujifilm_India) September 12, 2016
An aesthetically pleasing visual by the tea brand.
The smartphone maker finds a smart angle.
— Moto India (@Moto_IND) September 13, 2016
Biryani is truly a match for every occasion!
— TrulyMadly (@thetrulymadly) September 13, 2016
The used goods marketplace sticks to brand colours.
— OLX India (@OLX_India) September 13, 2016
This is an adorable gif by the mineral water brand.
— Bisleri (@BisleriZone) September 13, 2016
Quite simple but I’m not sure of the crescent moon made by this cookie. Perhaps it needs to be rotated.
— Burrp! (@burrp) September 13, 2016
Shiny, glowing visual greeting by Videocon, as usual.
— Videocon (@Videocon_Group) September 13, 2016
Cool artwork visual by the bookstore.
— Crossword Bookstores (@crossword_book) September 13, 2016
Look…there’s a crescent moon on a plyboard!
— CenturyPlyIndia (@CenturyPlyIndia) September 13, 2016
The online supermarket keeps it meaningful.
— bigbasket (@bigbasket_com) September 13, 2016
The mobile apps maker touches upon the spirit of brotherhood.
— Opera India (@OperaIndia) September 13, 2016
Do let us know your favourites. Also do share Eid visuals that you believe are worth a mention here because they are creative, humourous, witty or have a good brand connect. We do not have an algorithm or a dedicated bot that scans the whole of social media for the most creative visuals; we make our humanly possible best effort to hunt for these visuals and as they say, ‘to err is human’, we might miss out on a few good visuals. Do contribute to complete the gaps.