What is the history of Eid Milad-Un-Nabi?
Eid Milad-Un-Nabi is the date of birth when Muhammad (p.b.u.h) came into the world. It is also called the Mawlid. The historical backdrop of Mawlid returns to the beginning of Islam when individuals accumulated to understand the verse and read stanzas to respect Prophet Muhammad. The Prophet’sProphet’s life and lessons, as reflected in the Hadith, keep on impacting devotees. Muslims who notice Milad-un-Nabi recall talk about and commend the Prophet’sProphet’s life on Eid Milad-Un-Nabi. Individuals hold night-long petitions and send Milad-un-Nabi e-cards to loved ones. There are numerous Muslims who accept that the birthday festivities of the ProphetProphet Muhammad don’t exist in Islam. As indicated by them, aside from Eid al-Fitr and Eid-e-Adha, some other celebration is a type of biddah or advancement in Religion; it should not be celebrate like other events.
Who is Muhammad (p.b.u.h)?
Muslims believe in the sayings of the Quran because it is their Holy Book sent by their God (Allah) for guidance. Muhammad (p.b.u.h) is the ProphetProphet (the messenger) sent from Allah to the world according to the verses of the Quran.
He was born at Mecca in 570 CE to a respected Qureshi family and died in 632 CE at Madinah. Muhammad (p.b.u.h) was the most pious person when the people were at the peak of goofiness.
He was sent to the world to make a difference between right and wrong.So he introduced Islam to the people. So the people who believe in Muhammad’s (p.b.u.h) sayings converted into Muslims. Muhammad never lied in his whole life. That’s why people used to trust him the most. He never did wrong to someone ever after worst done to him. As a result, almost all the tribes of the Arab Peninsula converted to Islam.
Eid Milad-Un-Nabi is the birthday of the Holy ProphetProphet Muhammad (p.b.u.h). Two prominent Muslim sects are Sunni and Shia. According to the Sunni community, Milwad is celebrated on 12th Rabi ul Awal. According to the Shia community, Milwad is celebrated on the 17th of Rabi ul Awal. Both have different perspectives on this event. But still the difference of 4, 5 days is not a big difference. It is celebrate in the month of Rabi ul Awal. The Shia community believes that the ProphetProphet selected Hazrat Ali (A.s) as his successor on this day whereas, the Sunni community commemorates the occasion by holding prayer meetings. The whole month, the Muslims arrange the get to ethers to recite Naats and the events of Muhammad’s (p.b.u.h) life.
What is the Significance of Eid Milad-Un-Nabi in Muslims?
Eid Milad-Un-Nabi is one of the significant events in the lives of Muslim communities. It is celebrate almost in every region where a large number of Muslims is present. The people with the Muslim population consider the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (p.b.u.h) as a national holiday. It has a great significance in the life of Muslims. They used to recall all the teachings of the Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h) on this eve. They also share all the instructions and holy Prophet’sProphet’s life practices with their children and younger ones. So, in future, they can also transfer all these stories and hadiths of the Holy Prophet (p.b.u.h). On this particular occasion, Muslims praise Muhammad (p.b.u.h) by reading his life’s naats and events. It is such a special day in Muslims life as it refreshes their soul with faith.
Which Rituals are practise on Eid Milad-Un-Nabi?
According to the custom, guardians describe stories to their children dependent on the birthday of the ProphetProphet Mohammad. They used to decorate their homes and mosques with colourful lights. The day is by and primarily celebrate with arrangements of eating and family get together. The significant part of this celebration is doing noble deeds and aiding the poor. Subsequently, families share this blowout with the oppressed and make gifts. Aside from this, public social events and parades additionally occur where individuals give addresses featuring the existence of the heavenly ProphetProphet. Muslims observe Eid-e-Milad by wearing new garments, giving charity, and exchanging gifts. Muslim people group gathers at a mosque or a dargah and starts their day with a morning petition followed by a parade. Children are recount describe accounts of Prophet Muhammad’s life from the Holy Quran.
The celebration is praise by leading night-long supplications. Loved ones are welcome to this get-together. The festival of this Eid Milad-Un-Nabi is starts to believe in the prosperity of the Muslims. The rituals that Muslims use to practice are some of the best deeds among humans. This is the best part of the Muslim Religion that their religious practices are the best. On the happy or the sad moments like the marriage events or the death events, Muslims used to give a lot of sadaqah, which means giving charity to the poor people. In the happy moments, they provided a lot of money, maybe their poor relatives, poor neighbours or even unknown poor people. Not just the exchange of money, there are many other pious traditions that Muslims use to perform.
Some of the other pious traditions include giving food to the poor and needy people. The sharing of food with the poor is call the ‘Niyaz’. They call their Muslim brother sisters on this religious eve and serve them food. According to their Religion, the amount of food that they should give to the needy is set. A portion is fix for their family, relatives, know people and the needy poor people. They thank their God, Allah, for every event of their life. So, that they used to do on the Eid Milad-Un-Nabi, they thank their God by offering prayer and paying Sajdah to the almighty. The Muslims and all the believers congratulate each other by meeting face-to-face and sending beautiful gifs, text messages, images, voice notes, and sharing videos on their devices. Enjoy free calling, messaging, data sharing all over the world. Celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi with KalamTime.