• Islamfirsteid
    Islamic Article: Islam's First Eid - Eid Milad-un-Nabi (Salallaho Alaihi Wasallam) Islam's First Eid - Eid Milad-un-Nabi (Salallaho Alaihi Wasallam) by Allamah Kaukab Noorani Okarvi Translated by Saiyyid Ghulam Khawajah Mu'min Banda Parwur Digaaram Ummat Ahmad Nabee Dost Daar Chaar Yaaram Taab 'e...
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  • Advantages of Media
    CELEBRATION OF EID MILD-UN-NABI Eid is an Arabic word which means event of happiness” or accasion of rejoicing”. Besides of having two yearly Eids, Muslims celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi on 12th Rabi-ul-Awal according to Islamic calendar system because it is the birth date of Holy Prophet...
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  • notes and essays
    precious gift is known as Jashne Eid-Milad-un-Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam). Indeed, it is a day of great and splendorous celebration, for in it we thank Allah Ta’ala for His gift, whose appreciation is beyond the power of mortal man. It is with this Meelad-un-Nabi (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) that...
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  • Assignment Form
    Eid Milad-un-Nabi, also known as the Prophet Muhammad’s birthday, is a public holiday in Pakistan. Sunni Muslims observe Milad-un-Nabi on 12 Rabi-ul-Awwal (third month of the Islamic calendar) The day starts off with an official 31-gun salute at the federal capital and a 21-gun salute in provincial...
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  • Myreview
    My pak navy data It was a pleasant day of December, when I was haired news about my enrolment in Pakistan navy. On 15 december we travel via train for Karachi to join Pakistan navy as a medical assistant, on16 dec I and about 27 other boys reached P N S Himalaya at about 1500 hrs. in Himalaya we...
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  • Festives of Pakistan
    Shab-e-Barat :*   Religious festival celebrated on 14th of Shaaban, the 8th Islamic month. Prayers, fire works, exchange of sweet dishes and visits.  Eid-ul-Fitr* :   Religious festival celebrating end of fasting month on 1st of Shawwal, the 10th month of Islamic  Calendar. Special prayer after sun-rise...
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  • Training Plan
    the Campers. participants from Girl Scouts Group in Istaqlal Camp was as under : 1. Bushra Feroz 2. Saba Mumtaz 3. Zainab Mumtaz CELEBRATION OF 62nd INDEPENDENCE DAY OF PAKISTAN : According to EVENTS & ACTIVITIES PROGRAMME SCHEDULE,14 th august 2009 program was organised by AIR SCOUTS...
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  • Adulteration of Western Culture in the Pakistani Society
    for our culture but in others it has rather worsened the scenario. Although, there are many fields in which such an adulteration has taken place but in my essay I have focused on some of the key aspects, for example, media, language, dress-code and education. Beginning with the definition of culture: ...
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  • Pakistan
    of day. |11 Sep, Dua for Quaid. |20 December,Quiad Day |Milad-Un-Nabi | | | | |15 Oct, Dua...
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  • Business Etiquette in Saudi Arabia
    based on the lunar calendar, so it varies each year. Date Day Festival Feb 05, 2012 Sunday Milad Un Nabi (birthday Of The Prophet Muhammad) Feb 09, 2012 Thursday Milad Un Nabi (shia) Jun 16, 2012 Saturday Lailat Al Miraj Jul 04, 2012 Wednesday Lailat Al Bara'ah ...
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  • Comparative Study of Pakistan & Chinese Cultures
    both courtiers have different religion ideologies and living styles but both share the same shades of love, harmony and respect for the elders. School of Management Northwestern Polytechnical University Comparative study of Pakistan and Chinese Cultures 2013 CHAPTER-1...........................
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  • Islamism
    friends and I have felt their spiritual and moral enlightenment. As a matter of fact, Mohammed is the most common name among adherents of Islam. Three of my eight Muslim classmates have the name. When I asked one of them what the significance of his name was, he replied in a charming smile that Mohammed means...
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  • cultures of pakistan
    including some religious festivals such as Eid-Milad-Un-Nabi, Jumu’ah, Laylat-ul-Qadr etc. Urcs (devotional fairs),which are held at the shirnes of sufi saints, Melas and Nomaish (exhibitions). Lahori’s are famous all over the country for their celebrations particularly for Basant festival (kite flying)...
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  • Merits N Demerits of Mobile Phones
    teach at your esteemed school with opportunities of personal learning, career growth and development. EXPERIENCE ST. STEVENS SCHOOL Designation: Senior Teacher (Secondary & Primary Sections) Subjects: English, Science,Maths Tenure: April 2009 - April 2010 St. Stevens School --- It is situated...
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  • Tourism
    Makar Sankranti 3. Republic Day 4. Basant Panchami 5. Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi 6. Maha Shivaratri 7. Holi 8. Sarhul 9. Rama Navami 10. Dr. B. R. Ambedkar Jayanti 11. Mahavir Jayanti 12. Good Friday 13. Buddha Purnima 14. Independence Day 15. Janmasthami 16. Eid-ul-Fitr 17. Karma 18. Vishwakarma Puja 19. Gandhi...
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  • Faisla Haft Masla
    By By A. Mughal Chapter 1-Preface Alhamdo lilahay nahamdo wa nastaeno wa nastaghfaro wa nomino behee wala tawakalo wa naooz billahay min sharoor-e-un fosayna wamin saeyat-e-amalayna min yohdi Allah fala mudil lahoo wa min yohdil lalah fala hadi alla wa nashhado an lailaha il Allah wahda hoo la sharik...
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  • Culture of Bangladesh
    and Muslim music.  Festivals : • Islam defines many of the festivals in Bangaldesh. These include two Eids (one after Ramadan and one after the Hajj) Shab-e-Qadr (the night of power), Milad un-Nabi (birth date of the Prophet Muhammad) and Shab-e-Barat (the night of the fortune). • Hindu influences...
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  • Salman
    self-discipline, it is widely observed in Pakistan. ------------------------------------------------- Chand Raat: Chand Raat occurs the night before Eid day celebrations commence, marking the end of the month of Ramadan. People buy gifts and sweets that will be given to friends and families who come over to celebrate...
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  • go on holidays
    OCCASION/FESTIVAL DATE DAY SAKA-ERA 1 2 3 4 5 PAUSHA 23 – 1935 1 BHOGI 13-01-2014 MONDAY 2 SANKRANTI/PONGAL / MILAD-UN-NABI ID-E-MILAD 14-01-2014 TUESDAY 3 MAHA SHIVARATRI 27-02-2014 THURSDAY 4 HOLI 17-03-2014 MONDAY 5 UGADI 31-03-2014 ...
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  • Freedom of Religion
    realise there used to be a musjid there! You know it was there! You then take a look at the clock and realise you are going to be late for school. You go to school meet your friends, forget about what you saw, later that evening you remember and think and wait for the azaan but you don’t hear it??? You...
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