- Jan. 3, 2020
-- Milaad is the observance of the birthday of Islamic prophet (https://en.wikipedia.org/
of_Islam) Muhammad (https://en.wikipedia.org/
(P.B.U.H) which is commemorated in Rabi ul Awwal. Rabi ul Awwal is the third month as per Islamic calendar. It is celebrated by Muslims all over the world with full enthusiasm and zeal. In every country, there are different ways of celebrating Eid Milaad Un Nabi, but in Pakistan it is celebrated by performing prayers in mosques. Mosques are decorated with lights and Naats are recited in honor of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H).There is a public holiday on 12th
Rabi ul Awwal, the birth date of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). Food items are also distributed among the needy and poor people on this occasion.HOPE-an NGO in Pakistan (http://hope-ngo.com/),
always makes an effort to keep the tradition alive for religious events, therefore HOPE organized a grand function for the vast celebration of Eid Milaad Un Nabi in Thatta. It was a well organized event with great preparations of audio and seating arrangements.
Students from HOPE schools participated in the event, recited Naats and Durood Sharif. All colleagues from various HOPE hospitals and schools attended the event with full zeal and zest. HOPE-An Educational NGO in Pakistan (http://hope-ngo.com/),
aims to provide students and teachers the platform where they can show their hidden talent in the form of recitation of Holy Quran and Naats with their beautiful voices in remembrance of the life of Holy Prophet (SAWW).
The event started with the name of Allah and onwards Naat Khuwans, teachers and students recited Naats in their melodious voices which involved the audience more in the feeling of devotion. Everyone gathered together for the celebration of this fortunate occasion. In the end, Durood Sharif was recited and special Dua was made for the growth of HOPE, snacks and sweets were distributed among all audience.
Under the leadership of Dr. Mubina Agboatwalla-A Child Specialist in Karachi (http://www.drmubinaagboatwalla.com/),
HOPE will continue to keep the spirit alive of traditional and Islamic events and will continue to arrange such events.