Posted on February 16, 2011
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31 responses to “Rehmatalil Alameen: Eid-Milad-un-Nabi”

  1. Ali Waqar says:

    Milad [known by several names in Islamic world , including Eid-Milad-ul-Nabi, Mawlood, Mawlid, Mevlid] is an event when Muslims across the world celebrate the birthday [12 Rabi-ul-Awal] of Prophet Muhammad S.A.W.

    Muslim do gathering of Zikr and Darood to recite Naat Sharif. Some people say that it is not ‘Eid’, but then all the Eids are given by Prophet S.A.W. Without his blessed presence, what Eid will exist! Any day to say Zikr of Allah or Darood on Prophet should be welcomed and such should be done with humility and reverence.

    Especially within followers of Sufi Music, Milad is a big event and legends such as Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan and Sabri Brothers have performed special Naat and Qawwali in respect of Prophet. Download some of excellent Naat and Qawwalis at https://www.thesufi.com/sufimusic/milad-un-nabi-sp ecial-h-fateh-ali-khan-and-sabri-brothers.html