Eid milad-ul-Nabi (S.A.W.W)

Eid Milad-ul-Nabi is celebrated on the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W.W) which is on the 12th day of Islamic month Rabi-ul-Awwal. Although it has no details in as an occasion or festival in the history of Islam, but as Muhammad (S.A.W) is loved by every single Muslim so they celebrate this day with great respect and enthusiasm. It has turned to the type of Islamic festival and is celebrated by Muslim all over the world. On that great day, the great human and beloved Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was born.

On Eid Milad-ul-Nabi (S.A.W) Muslim decorate their homes, mosques, public places and even streets. They do arrangements for different types of gathering in which they recite Qur’an, recite Darood and different Naat and Qwwali Mahaflis. Parents are telling stories, character and his great attitude to their children. People start their special arranged activities from the night and continue the whole day of 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal. This is a very quiet occasion of Muslims because the same day is also the day of death anniversary of our prophet Muhammad (S.A.W). People pay tribute to their beloved prophet who is the blessing of whole world and was an indistinguishable light.

On this great day some people fast as Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) was also fasting on his birthday. People prepare different dishes especially sweet dishes on Eid Milad-ul-NAbi and send it to each others home. Like all Islamic festivals, the main theme of this festival is also to build good relations among people, to build a peaceful society and to increase the respect and love for each other. It is a very common thing that the person we love the most, are remembering each and every special thing related to him like his birthday, his likes and dislikes etc. All Muslim people love Prophet Muhammad (S.A.W) and it is the evidence of their love that they never forget his birthday.

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  1. All the muslims celebrate Eid milad-ul-Nabi (S.A.W.W) with great firm.

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