SANGLA HILL

Institute of Professional Studies, Children Academic Centre celebrated Eid Miladun Nabi to commemorate the birth of Holy Prophet (SAWW) with religious zeal and fervour here the other day.

In this connection, the education institution campus was decorated with green flags‚ buntings‚ and fancy lights, a sign of great reverence and devotion.

On the occasion, the students presented na’at and recited some excerpts from ‘Seeratun Nabi’ books. The students wore white ‘shalwar kameez’ and the stage was decorated in various colours in combination with white to give the impact of peace.

On the occasion, IPS Chairman Arman idrees Chattha highlighted the significance of promotion of Islamic values and message of love, justice and peace.

He said the message of last Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) was based on strong social justice and equality. The last Prophet (SAWW) gave voice to the weak besides giving them recognition in the society.

He said Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW) actually laid the foundation for a new culture in the land of Arab and changed the entire lives of nomads in just twenty three years.

He observed that Muslims had been facing problems due to not acting upon the teachings and principles of Holy Prophet Hazrat Mohammad (SAWW). A large number of Muslims were instead impressed by the western culture and civilisation, he added.