Pindi prepares to celebrate Eid Milad

Roads, streets and buildings are being decorated by the faithful with colourful lights and buntings

Our Correspondent October 13, 2021
Strings of bright lights illuminate a mosque in Karachi ahead of Eid Miladun Nabi, which will be observed on Friday (tomor-row). Several buildings across the city are similarly decorated in anticipation of the celebrations. PHOTO: ONLINE


Preparations to celebrate Eid Miladun-Nabi (PBUH) are in full swing in Rawalpindi and adjoining areas, as Miladun Nabi would be observed with religious fervor and reverence on October 19.

The city is beautifully being decorated and all the arrangements are being finalised to celebrate the birth of the holy prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) in a befitting manner.

The roads, streets and buildings are being decorated by the faithful with colourful lights and buntings. Several programmes are being chalked out to celebrate this religious event.

Different Naat committees in the city are organising Naat competitions. Like every year, the government and religious organisations have planned several activities to celebrate the annual event.

As a tradition, Miladun Nabi processions would be held in all areas of the city. Strict Security arrangements would be made to ensure the security of the processions.

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The Punjab government has directed all district and tehsil administration officers to take strict security measures.

The main procession of Miladun Nabi would start in the morning from Bunni Chowk and after passing from Circular Road, Waris Khan, Murree road, Committee Chowk, Iqbal road, Fowara Chowk, Raja Bazaar, would end at central Jamia Mosque Rawalpindi.

Published in The Express Tribune, October 13th, 2021.


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