Ramadan is a time for introspection and spiritual reflection. But it also marks a big shift in online behaviors. Retailers see online traffic and sales increases of up to 50% during Ramadan, while research by Google on YouTube trends suggests that standout Ramadan content can boost engagement for the rest of the year.

So as a designer, developer or marketer, it’s a great opportunity to get creative and engage your audiences.  

And what better way to engage than with animation? That’s why we’ve curated this collection of Ramadan and Eid Mubarak Lottie animations for your personal and commercial projects. Use them in your social media posts, online greetings, website or mobile app designs, and anything else you can think of!

Ramadan and Eid Mubarak animations for greetings

Sending out a festive greeting? Use these Ramadan and Eid Mubarak animations in your newsletters, social media posts and e-cards.

You can even change the colors of these animations with the Lottie Editor – this means having animations that look custom-made for your brand, without needing a motion designer!

If you’re sending personal greetings to friends and family, you could create Telegram stickers with the Lottie Editor. Prefer GIFs instead? You can download any Lottie animation as a GIF, and send it through messaging apps like WhatsApp. And if you’d rather send a greeting animation directly from your mobile keyboard, no worries – we’ve got an app for that too. LottieFiles Keyboard for Android lets you search from thousands of free animations, and instantly insert the right animation into your chats.

“EID Mubarak_ Eid Ul Fitr” by Abdul Latif‌‌
“Eid” by Manoj Kumar‌‌

“Ramadan kareem” by Boltbite‌‌
“eid mubarak” by Ali Muiruri
“Eid Al-fitr couple praying” by Boltbite

Ramadan charity animations

Charitable giving is an important part of Ramadan. These charity-themed animations can be useful if you’re running fundraising campaigns this month.

“Muslim people lifestyle_Ramadan 2021” by Abdul Latif
“Young Muslims give alms in the charity box” by Abdul Latif

Ramadan animations for fasting and iftar

During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn to dusk, then break the fast with a meal that’s referred to as iftar. Use these fasting and iftar animations to emotionally engage with audiences who observe these religious practices.

“Muslims share dates Animation” by Abdul Latif
“Iftar in ramadan” by Boltbite
“Muslim people praying before Iftar_ Ramadan” by Abdul Latif

Ramadan animations for socially distanced celebrations

Thanks to the ongoing pandemic, Eid celebrations may be a bit quieter this year. These animations, depicting socially distanced Eid celebrations, can help you stay topical as you engage with your audiences.

“Eid Mubarak” by Boltbite‌‌
“EID AL-FITR” by Ali Muiruri

Other Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr animations

Iconic symbols of Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr include the Quran, mosques, the crescent moon and drums. Use these animations as loading animations, as interactive elements on your site, in newsletters or social media posts, or as part of larger scenes.

“Eid Mubarak” by Atmaja Art
“Eid Drum” by Atmaja Art
“Eid Crescent Moon Girl” by LottieFiles
“Muslim couple reading the Quran_Ramadan” by Abdul Latif
“Ramadhan Kareem” by Zeus Animation‌‌
“Happy Ramadan Kareem” by menee design‌‌
“Eid Drummer” by LottieFiles‌‌
“Ketupat for Eid” by LottieFiles

Need more Ramadan design elements?

We hope these animations have inspired you to create something amazing during this holy month of Ramadan. For more inspiration, check out other curated Ramadan Lottie animations. And if you’re looking for more design elements – such as vector icons, 3D icons or 3D illustrations – take a look at this collection of Ramadan and Eid Mubarak design assets on Iconscout.  

Blessed Ramadan from all of us at LottieFiles!