ISLAMABAD: Pakistanis celebrate Eid Milad un Nabi with religious enthusiasm today.
Country observing Eid Milad un Nabi (PBUH) today with religious fervor and it is a holiday today across the country.
Eid Milad un Nabi, a day of otherworldly importance in Islam, is being commended by the nation over today (Tuesday) with customary energy and religious enthusiasm.
It is the commemoration of the birth of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
Currently declared a public holiday, the day dawned with a 31 and 21-firearm salute in the federal and provincial capitals, separately, following an evening of Mehfil-e-Naat, gatherings, and lightings.
Special prayers are being offered in mosques to maintain and prosper Islam and strict lessons, solidarity, fortitude, progress, and the government assistance of the Muslim people group.
Different Milad Boards of trustees and people have arranged various exercises, including parades, gatherings, meetings, and conversation projects to celebrate the yearly occasion.
Distribution of desserts and food has been arranged in business sectors, schools, universities, halfway houses, among the incapacitated and others.
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In Islamabad, the Central Milad Procession began from Bhutto Cricket Ground, close to Sitara Market in Sector G-7.
Various little processions joined the primary procession.
Neighborhood Milad councils also chalked out an exhaustive arrangement to hold Eid Miladun Nabi procession nationwide.
Commonplace and regional Seerat councils also effectively settled the arrangement to put together Seerat Majjalis.
Naat Khawani, addresses by Ulema on Seerat subjects, especially the subject of the current year’s National Seerat Conference.
Roads and streets, just as marketplaces, malls, government, and private buildings have been perfectly beautified.
The Buildings have also been enlightened with lights, shadings, and pennants bearing compositions about the festival of Eid Miladun Nabi.
Numerous merchants have set up beautiful slows down with a novel assortment of identifications, stickers, banners, and flags engraved with strict mottos to offer love and devotion to Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
President Arif Alvi, Prime Minister Imran Khan, and political leaders have shared special messages with the country on the event of Eid Miladun Nabi.