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Fairs & Festivals:Eid-e- Milad-Un-Nabi
2008-03-20
Name: Editor How does your family celebrate Eid-e-Milad? Do you know the story of the Holy Prophet Mohammed? Do you prepare some special cuisine on this day?
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2011-02-15
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Name: tarana
Subject:  thankyou
the article was very informative with a good illustrations. would love to read more and more in this website
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2008-03-20
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Name: Tanya
Subject:  helpful
Hey I was working on a project on eid-e-milad and believe me this article really helped. Since I am a non-muslim it was really difficult to understand things on other sites. This has really helped me understand the importance of the festival and its celebration which was very hazy before. I just thought they take out processions and that was it. this has also sparked my interest in knowing more about the religion. I am surely going to find more on the Prophet and make a project a great one. Keep up the good work!
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2008-03-20
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Name: Hassan
Subject:  agree
I think Saba has a point, Islam is a religion that preaches peace. When the Prophet (peace be upon him) was asked by the leader of the Quraish tribe before he lifted the ban on the Prophet (s.a.w) and his followers, that can they compromise under which islam and idolatry can be practiced together. The Holy Prophet (s.a.w) agreed saying, \" For you your religion and for me mine\" . This shows the tolerance and peace were so important. It is a good time to remember that the Holy Prophet bore a lot of troubles for the Muslims who find it difficult to get time to pray. We also have to remember that Islam propagates peace.
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2008-03-20
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Name: Saba
Subject:  cool
This is a very informative article. I have been asking a lot of people about Eid-e-Milad but they don' t answer anything more than that it' s the Prophet' s birthday. Some don' t even know which Prophet. So it gets a bit confusing. But I guess articles like these can relly help have a clear picture about why we celebrate festivals. For most people it is about the procession and food. But in the process of projecting all the extravagance the significance of the festival gets lost somewhere. I feel instead of shouting out slogans in processions, it would be far better to sit together and discuss what the Prophet did and how he propagated peace.
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