Bangladesh is a country of communal harmony. People from any religion feel free to celebrate their religious festivals with a befitting manner and due honour and fervency.
Some of the most common religious festivals are the Eids, the Milad-un-Nabi
, the Durga puja, the Christmas day and the Budha Purnima.
The observationce of Milad-un-Nabi
is an important Muslim religious festivity. The term itself means the birthday of the Prophet(Sm) of Islam. But this is also the day of his death. So, we celebrate this day with mixed feeling, Like every year, this day was celbrated in our scool in a befitting way. For about a week before the ceremony, we worked hard to make the day a grand success. A beautiful gate was created at the entrance of the school compound and the school building was decorated with flags and festoons that had written on them the Kalima-e-Thieba. A Milad Mahfil was arranged on this occasion. It was attended by students, teachers, guardians and other guests, all of them came in their finest dress in a festive mood. The chief guest of the beginning to the end was discussed by the chief guest.
Speakers spoke on the different aspects of the Prophet’s life and explained the significance of this day. After the ‘Monajat’, sweets were distributed among all. Milad-un-Nabi teaches us how Islam the complete code of life can be established in our life. We must try take such from the day.
Every religion has an important religious festival, In the religion of Islam there is also important festival which is called Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi.
This is the day on which the great prophet of islam was born. This day is also sacred and renowned for his death.
So this day is observed by the Muslims every year with due solemnity. The Milad Mahfil is attend. Everybody attend in their finest dress (specially pajama and panjabi) in a festive mood.
This day is a a very important for the muslim world because the Milad-un-nabi is the birth and death anniversary of the Holy prophet of Islam