The Blessed Month Of Rabi Ul Awwal Mubaarak
The Rabi-ul-Awwal Moon has been sighted and now Eid Meelaad Un Nabee will be celebrated on January 14, Tuesday, across the World- In Shaa Allaah.
The Celebration of the Holy Prophet’s
ﷺ birth is motivated by the obligation to love the Prophet ﷺ, to obey him, to remember him, to follow his example . “Truly, (Oh Muhammad ﷺ) you are of a magnificent character.” (Quraan,)
“None of you believes until he loves me more than he loves his children, his parents and all people.”
The day of the Prophet’s ﷺ birth, therefore, is considered by Muslims all over the world as an important day to be remembered and celebrated .
“And we have not sent thee but as a Mercy to the nations.”
Muslims everywhere celebrate this day with great rejoicing, inner joy and happiness. Assemblies and conferences are held throughout the Muslim world to narrate the stories of the Prophet’s birth, childhood, manhood, and his preaching, his character, his sufferings and his forgiveness. The 12th of Rabi ul Awwal is not the only day on which the birthday of the Prophet is celebrated, rather the whole month of Rabi al Awwal is commemorated as the “birth month” of the Prophet…..ﷺ by the true lovers across the world.