Barawafat Mubarak 2020: Barawafat or also known as Mawlid al-Nabi, this day is an important day of the Islamic religion because it was on this day that the founder of Islam, Mohammed Saheb was born and he died on the same date.
According to the Islamic calendar, this day, which falls on the date of the 12 Rabi al Awwal, is celebrated with great pomp by various Muslim communities around the world. On this day, people go to mosques and offer prayers, and take a pledge to adopt the path shown by Mohammad.
Here We Came up with Barawafat Mubarak 2020 Wishes, Images, Greetings, Messages, Quotes to Share with Your Relatives.
Barawafat Mubarak Wishes and Images
May The magic Of This Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi Bring Lots Of Happiness In Ur Life May U Celebrate It With All Ur Close Friends & Family & May Ur Heart B Filled With Love of Mohammad (PBUH) and joy…!!!”
“Barawafat Mubarak to you and your family. Have a meaningful one this year.”
“Hope you all be guided by your faith on Allah and his dear messenger. Have a blessed Ei.d Ul Milad Un Nabi.”
“May you be blessed with joy and peace on this auspicious day. Happy Barawafat to you.”
“Have a blessed Barawafat. Let us chant the praise to our dear prophet with love in our heart for him.”
“Wishing you all a very Happy Eid Ul Milad Un Nabi and hope you get everything you wish.”
“May Allah’s rah mat help you to lead a halal and meaningful life. Barawafat Mubarak.”
“Sending you my best wishes on this merciful day and hope you have a beautiful and meaningful celebration of this Barawafat with your loved ones.”
May the magic of this Eid Milad-un-Nabi
bring lots of happiness in your life;
May you celebrate it with all your close friends and family;
And may your heart be filled with love and joy!
A very happy Eid Milad-un-Nabi!
“O you who believe!
seek assistance through patience and prayer;
surely Allah is with the patient”
-Holy Quran Barawafat Mubarak
“May your home be filled with happiness and joy
on the day of Barawafat Mubarak”
Why Do We Celebrate Barawafat?
Barawafat or else known as ‘Eid e Milad’ or ‘Miladunnabi’ is one of the major festivals of Islam. This day is celebrated with great pomp by various communities of Muslims all over the world, because Hazrat Mohammed Saheb, who gave the message of truth and religion to humanity, was born on this day and died on this date. . It is believed that before his death Mohammad Saheb had been ill for twelve days.
‘Bara’ means ‘twelve’ and ‘wafat’ means ‘इंतकाल’ and because after being sick for twelve days, this day was destroyed, so this day is celebrated as Barawafat. This is the reason why Barawafat is celebrated with so much enthusiasm in Islam.
Along with this, this day is also known as Eid-e-Milad un-Nabi. This means the day of Muhammad’s birth because Mohammad Saheb was also born on this day. This is the reason why this day is also celebrated as a celebration and celebration by a Muslim community like Shia.