To cherish the memory of our beloved Prophet (PBUH), the Avicenna school organised any event for Eid Milad un Nabhi for the students. This day holds special importance in the hearts of Muslims around the world, as with great enthusiasm we recall and highlight his (SAW)’s life as an excellent example for the entire human race

Students at the Avicenna School celebrated Eid Milad un Nabi with great enthusiasm in the memory of our beloved Prophet (PBUH), in an online event held on zoom. Followed by a visual presentation, the students actively took part in Naat, recitations and a question answer session.

Our Holy Prophet (PBUH) was the last Messenger of Allah the Almighty. His (SAW)’s life is full of lessons for all mankind and human race. He (SAW) is therefore called “Rehmatul Lil-Alameen”, which means a blessing for the entire universe. He (SAW) was assigned with the responsibility by Allah the Almighty to communicate His revealed message of Islam and to make the Prophet (PBUH)’s life a model for others.

Hence, Eid Milad un Nabi is a great day for Muslims all over the world. On this day, our beloved Prophet (PBUH) was born in Makkah on 12th of Rabi-ul-Awwal, 570 CE. People illuminate mosques, streets and buildings with beautiful colorful lights. Rice and meat dishes are served to guests and distributed amongst the poor. A number of programs are shown of Television to highlight our Beloved Prophet (PBUH)’s noble character and his merciful acts.

A public holiday is declared by the government on this day each year in the love of our Beloved Prophet Muhammed (PBUH), with the aim to learn from his (SAW)’s life in order to help make us better human being.

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