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2013-01-22
Name: Editor When is Id-e-Milad celebrated? Why is Id-e-Milad celebrated? What rituals are observed during Id-e-Milad?

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2013-01-22
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Name: Ayotullah
Subject:  ritual of Id e milad
the most important part of id e milad that i remember from my childhood is charity. We used to give alms to the poor and that used to make us happy. I and my cousins used to give alms and till now i follow this ritual. i give according to my own ability. the happiness i see on the faces gives me immense satisfaction. i think one should do charity
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2013-01-22
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Name: Shiraz
Subject:  Reason for celebrating id e milad
this festivals is celebrated as the death anniversary of Prophet Mohammad. after 12 days of being sick, Prophet finally succumbed to his illness. hence from that day on 12th rabiul awwal, people remember the teachings of Prophet.
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2013-01-22
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Name: Faiz
Subject:  Celebrating id e milad
eid e milad is celebrated on 12th rabiul awwal which is the third month of Islam. it is one of major Muslim festivals. It is celebrated in commemoration of the death anniversary of the Prophet
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