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What is the evidence for Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi in the light of Quran & Ahadith???

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Asked by common sense, 24 Jan '13 09:52 pm
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The word Milad has been derived from "viladut" which means birth. Therefore, according to Arabic language, Milad is word which signifies the place and time of birth. In the light of Shariah, we means, Milad is to remember the events which took place at the birth time of the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) and we get the opportunity of narrating the Seerat of the Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) on this occasion, we also presents the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) gifts of Durood-o-salam. We mention before the people attributes and praises of the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him). We do not believe that Milad is specified with same night but, we believe that the remembrance of the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) is incumbent in each minute and second of time and every Muslim should act it Sunnahs in the whole life time. Milad an-Nabi (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) is a great source of preachin ...more
Answered by LIPSIKA, 24 Jan '13 10:06 pm

 
  
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Aie ki hoyenda...?
Answered by Pradipta pati, 24 Jan '13 10:02 pm

 
  
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I AM NOT A SCHOLAR but i feel there is no evidence for this at all
Answered by truth exposed, 24 Jan '13 09:55 pm

 
  
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Holy Quran, Sura Araf, Verse 74
Answered by iqbal seth, 25 Jan '13 09:14 am

 
  
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The word Milad has been derived from "viladut" which means birth. Therefore, according to Arabic language, Milad is word which signifies the place and time of birth. In the light of Shariah, we means, Milad is to remember the events which took place at the birth time of the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) and we get the opportunity of narrating the Seerat of the Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) on this occasion, we also presents the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) gifts of Durood-o-salam. We mention before the people attributes and praises of the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him). We do not believe that Milad is specified with same night but, we believe that the remembrance of the Beloved Prophet (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) is incumbent in each minute and second of time and every Muslim should act it Sunnahs in the whole life time. Milad an-Nabi (Allah's Grace & Peace be upon Him) is a great source of preachin ...more
Answered by Quest, 25 Jan '13 01:48 am

 
  
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