Eid Milad Un Nabi Naat Mp3 Download
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Milad Un Nabi Naat List
Here is the list of Milad Un Nabi Naat which is available on this page.
- Huzoor Aa Gaye Hussaini
- Aamad E Mustafa
- Sona Aya Tay Saj Gayi Galian Bazar
- Har Haal Me Sarkar Ka Milad Karenge
- Marhaba Marhaba Jaddal Hussaini Marhaba
- Gali Gali Saj Gai
- Milad Rahe Ga
- Barvein Ka Noor
- Jashn E Milad Asan Gajj Wajj Kay Manana Ay
- Milad E Nabi Ka Jazba Zindabad
- Aaqa Ka Milad Aaya
- Wah Wah Aaqa Aagaye
- Aagaye Sarkar Dhuman Pay Gaiyan
- Noor Wala Aya Hai
- Tasveer Muhammad Arbi Di
- Kamal Aya
- Sarkar Arahy Hai
- Aye Noor E Huda
- Aamad E Milad Hai
- Humne Aankhon Se Dekha Nahi Hai Magar
- Marhba Ya Mustafa
- Milad E Muhammad
- Milaad Manao
- A Gaye Aa Gaye Mustafa Aa Gaye
- Aaye Nabi Hamare
Eid Milad un Nabi
Eid Milad un Nabi or Mawlid al-Nabi al-Sharif is the birthday of our Holy Prophet (PBUH). Muslims all over the world celebrate the day of the arrival of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It is celebrated in the third Islamic month Rabi’ al-awwal. In most of Muslim countries, this day is celebrated heavily, and a public holiday is announced for everyone. Electric lights twinkled across the cities, special arrangements were made in the mosques, and people distributed sweets and gifts among their families and friends. Find the exact dates of Eid Milad un Nabi in Pakistan on this page, so you can prepare yourself to celebrate it with everyone.
Rabīʿ al-Awwal (Arabic: ربيع الأوّل, rabī‘u ’l-awwal) is the third month in the Islamic calendar. The name Rabī‘ al-awwal means “the first [month] or beginning of spring”, referring to its position in the pre-Islamic Arabian calendar.
During this month, many Muslims celebrate Mawlid – the birthday of the Islamic prophet, Muhammad. Although the exact date is unknown, Sunni Muslims believe the date of birth of Muhammad to have been on the twelfth of this month, whereas Shia Muslims believe him to have been born on the dawn of the seventeenth day.
Muhammad himself never celebrated the mawlid; instead, he encouraged Muslims to fast on Mondays of every week due to his birthday being “on a Monday”.