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Eid Milad-Un-Nabi: Date, history, importance and golden words of Prophet Muhammad

The Eid Milad Un Nabi celebrations have just begun in Saudi Arabia, however in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, and Sri Lanka it will be held on Friday.

Eid Milad-Un-Nabi, which is the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad, is celebrated over the world in the third month of the Muslim lunar schedule. The devout event begins on Thursday (October 29) night and finishes on Friday (October 30).

The festivals for Eid Milad Un Nabi have just begun in Saudi Arabia, however in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and different parts it will be celebrated on Friday.

The Sunni and the Shia factions watch Eid-e-Milad Un Nabi on various days. On this day, Muslim individuals welcome each other Milad Un Nabi Mubarak, and celebrate the day with lights and decorations.

As indicated by accessible sources, the historical backdrop of Eid Milad-Un-Nab returns to the beginning of Islam when individuals congregated to respect Prophet Muhammad by discussing poetry and singing verses. Muslims who watch Milad-un-Nabi recall, talk about, and celebrate the Prophet’s life on this pious day.

They additionally hold night-long prayers and send Milad-un-Nabi e-cards to loved ones.

Prophet Mohammad indicated individuals the righteous way of empathy and universal brotherhood.

The prophet was born on the twelfth day of Rabee-ul-Awwal (third month of the Islamic lunar schedule) in Mecca (Saudi Arabia) in 570 CE, as per accessible records. The twelfth day of Rabi al-Awwal was at first set apart as the day when Prophet Muhammad died.

In the 13th century, it is said that the Islamic masses began observing Mawlid as his birthday, and afterward this convention is being continued in various nations.

Golden words of Prophet Muhammad are given below:

  • “Shall I not tell you who will be forbidden from fire? It will be forbidden for every gentle, soft-hearted and kind person.”
  • “It is better to sit alone than in company with the bad, and it is better still to sit with the good than alone. It is better to speak to a seeker of knowledge than to remain silent, but silence is better than idle words.”
  • “Allah will cover up on the day of resurrection the defects (faults) of the one who covers up the faults of the others in this world.”

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