History of Milad Un Nabi Islamic Festival Milad un-Nabi/ Id-e-Milad Festival in India History
It is an Islamic festival which is celebrated by the people of Muslim League. This day is considered to be the birthday of Profit Mohammed. This day is celebrated in the Islamic calendar month of Rabi ul Awwal. There are Muslim countries in most parts of the world, in this way Islamic festivals are celebrated a lot. Profit Mohammed is called the Prophet of Islam.
history of milad un nabi islamic Milad un nabi festival history in hindi
When is Milad un nabi celebrated ( Milad un nabi festival date 2021)
This festival takes place on the birthday of Prophet Muhammad, it is celebrated on the twelfth day of the month of Rabi al-Awwal according to the Islamic calendar and in the year 2021, this day will start on November 10 and end on November 11.
There are different opinions in the Muslim society regarding this day, both Shia and Sunni have differences regarding this festival, thus a lot of violence has started increasing in this festival.
But those who celebrate this day, they celebrate this day in the following way.
How Milad un nabi festival Celebration
- Some people celebrate this day by reciting devotional poetry and hymns by reciting episodes from the life of Prophet Muhammad.
- Parents tell their children about the Prophet’s teachings, valor and forgiving character.
- In some families, donations are also given on this day. Do something for the poor, this knowledge is given to your children.
- Many people carry green flags or banners or wear green ribbons or clothes while attending these events.
- The green color represents Islam and heaven.
- Many Kashmiri Muslims in the Indian province of Jammu and Kashmir, who gather at the Hazratbal Dargah in Srinagar.
- Thousands of people gather in the dargah to attend prayers on the night before Milad un-Nabi. On the second day morning prayers are offered in the mosque.
Milad is celebrated by those prophets in the same way as Christmas by Christians. On this day all Muslims meet each other and celebrate together. On this day, the Prophet Muhammad Hazrat Sahib is read about his life, so that the message of peace can be sent to the people.
The Quran which is the holiest book of Islam is read. All the people who believe in Islam go to the shrines of Mecca, Medina, Hajj etc. on this day.
On this day there is a holiday in government offices, post offices and banks. Milad Un-Nabi is a gazetted holiday in India. Islamic shops, trade and other organizations are kept closed or the opening hours are reduced.
On this day, a procession of Islamic people comes out, who narrates the life of Hazrat Muhammad and gives a message of peace to all. It is said that by observing this day according to the rules, man goes closer to Allah and Allah has mercy on him.