Coincidentally, the date on which Prophet Muhammad was born and the date on which he died are the same. It has taken the form of a grand celebration, like a big fair with many entertainment and religious activities being performed simultaneously. Apart from Islamic majority countries, Mawlid is also celebrated in countries like India, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia etc. It is the day of public gathering, where people take part in congregations. Night-long prayers Decoration of homes, buildings and mosques Religious processions Communal meals in mosques and dargahs Large scale meetings where teachings and virtues of the Holy Prophet is elaborated upon and religious poems nats are sung.
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Barawafat Festival Date, Custom, Tradition, Significance, History and Legends
Good Friday- love and purpose. Later, Muhammad started publically preaching the revelations. It is also known as Mawlid which signifies the birth of the prophet Muhammad. Feasting is also an important part of celebrations. Later, it started getting celebrated as a community festival of Muslims, as a counter measure against Christian festivals.
Saudi Arabia is the only Muslim country where there is no official public holiday announced on this auspicious day. Barawafat is celebrated in the Islamic calendar month of Rabi-Al-Awwal, the third month of Islamic calendar. Night-long prayers Decoration of homes, buildings and mosques Religious processions Communal meals in mosques and dargahs Large scale meetings where teachings and virtues of the Holy Prophet is elaborated upon and religious poems nats are sung.
Family and friends gather together to feast on the delicacies. It has taken the form of a grand celebration, like a big fair with many entertainment and religious activities being performed simultaneously. Also known as Mawlid, it celebrates the birth of the Prophet Muhammad and falls on the twelfth day of Rabi-ul-Awwal month.
Various dishes especially desserts have a special place in the celebrations.
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He united various tribes of Medina and led many intermittent fights between Medina and Mecca Tribes. Diwali — The festival of lights. Desserts prepared from honey, fermented butter and dry fruits are very popular in North Africa.
Apart from Islamic majority countries, Mawlid is also celebrated in countries like India, Sri Lanka, and Indonesia etc. Homes of devotees and mosques are decorated beautifully with light and colourful flags on this day and a celebratory atmosphere prevails. Huge processions pass through the street narrating the story and life- teaching of Prophet. Vasant Panchami-Worshiping Goddess Saraswati. Losar- A festival in Tibetan Buddhism. On this occasion all streets, mosques and buildings are decorated with colourful streamers and banners and are decorated with colourful lights at night time.
In all the rest of countries, it is celebrated with much glow and fanfare by both the Shia and Sunni Muslim communities. He is believed to be visited by Gabriel an angel in the cave.
Food, clothes and alms are distributed among the poor and the destitute and the teachings of the blessed Prophet are emphasized. Modern day celebration of Barawafat has become more flamboyant with large scale display of festive fervor and enthusiasm. Hemis Festival-Dedicated to Lord Padmasambhava. Barawafatpopularly known as Milad-Un-Nabi is a festival of the Muslim community all over the globe. People are gathered in streets for processions on this day. Religious processions Communal meals in mosques and dargahs Large scale meetings where the teachings and virtues of the Holy Prophet are elaborated upon and religious poems nats are sung.