Roots Garden Schools celebrate Eid Milad-un-Nabi


Staff Reporter

Roots Garden Schools embraced the Holy month of Rabi-Ul Awal by organizing Mehfil-e- Milad in all of its Campuses with full zeal and zest. Every year RGS dedicates the whole month of Rabi- ul – Awal to honour and remember the great teaching of our Holy Prophet (PBUH). The Month commenced by holding Eid Milad-Un Nabi celebrations in Roots Rawalpindi Region Branches.
The students hosted the auspicious event with great enthusiasm. The stage were creatively decorated and adorned with red and white drapes. The students were clad in white clothes; the girls were wearing colourful duppattas.
Apart from the students, Faculty members and mothers graced the occasion with religious fervor to pay homage and solidarity to the Holy Prophet P.B.U.H for His greatest and divine service to Islam and mankind. The School curriculum and activities also lays emphasis on religious orientation of the students along with their pursuits in other areas.
The Milad started with the recitation of Holy Quran followed by Hamd and Qaseeda Burda Shareef. The students and teachers recited well-prepared Naats in praise of Holy Prophet P.B.U.H and delivered speeches on Prophet’s birth, childhood, youth and adult life, His character, teachings, sufferings, His fortitude in the face of general opposition, leadership in battles, bravery, wisdom, preaching and His final triumph through Allah’s mercy over the hearts of the people.
Placards of sayings of Holy Prophet P.B.U.H were displayed and little cut out badges of Hadiths were distributed among the students.
The closing of the Milad was marked with beautifully recited dua and distribution of sweets among staff members and students.
The event was a great source of inspiration and value for students to focus their minds and bring awareness about the life and teachings of the Holy Prophet P.B.U.H. It was well received and appreciated by all.

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