Festivals in India
  Hindu Calendar
  Sikh Calendar
  Islamic Calendar
  Christian Calendar
  Jain Calendar
  Kumbh Fair
  Gangasagar Mela
  Suraj Kund Fair
  The Goa Festival
  Nagaur Fair
  Holi
  Ugadi
  Gudi Padwa
  Khajuraho Fair
  Navreh
  Baisakhi
  Vishu
  Naba Barsha
  Rongali Bihu
  Hindu New Year
  Ramadan
  Raksha Bandhan
  Janamashtami
  Eid Ul Fitr
  Ganesh Chaturthi
  Onam
  Navratri
  Dusshera
  Durga Puja
  Diwali
  Bhai Dooj
  Pushkar Fair
  Sonepur Fair
  Kutch Fair
  Guru Nanak Jayanti
  Lohri
  Makar Sankranti
  Pongal
  Vasant Panchami
  Mahashivratri
Home   »   Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi

Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi

Celebrations Of The Festival Of Eid
Muslims constitute of the second largest population all across the world after the Christians. Thus, Eid is one of the widespread celebrated festivals. It wouldn't be wrong to say that the three types of Eid festival are a synopsis of the holy Quran and it's teachings. The celebrations are strictly based on the instructions mentioned in the Islamic religious book. Irrelevant of the place and environment they are living in, Muslims go to mosques and offer Namaz to the Almighty Allah with great dedication. Let us take a look at the jubilations the Muslim community indulge in while they celebrate their most awaited festivals.
Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi
It was the holy 12th day of Rabi-Ul-Awwal, when Prophet Muhammad took birth on this earth to guide humankind to the path set by Allah with his teachings. Often called as the messenger of God, Prophet Muhammad has been designated as 'Maqam e Mahmood' by the believers and worshipers. The mosques are gleaming with the lights of joy, both symbolically as well as actually. Traditional sweets are distributed among the seekers and there is a celebratory aura all over. The rest of the day fasts are observed and prayers are offered with great devotion.
 
Indeed the day is superior to all other festivals for Muslims as the great Muhammad was the ulterior medium to get closer to God and be enlightened of his greatness.

Exchanging gifts amongst loved ones and having elaborate feasts at home are the highlight of all three types of Eid festivals. These occasions are a wonderful way to transcend the mundane world and look beyond the ultimate truth and light of humanity.
  Eid e Milad cards    
 


Be Our Affiliate   |  Disclaimer    |  Surfing Agreement    |   Link to us    |   Links   | Contact Us   |    Reach Us  | Sitemap
Copyright 1999-12 Dgreetings.com ALL RIGHTS RESERVED
Web Hosting India
Website Development Company: Compare Infobase Limited