46th National Rehmatul-Lil-Aalameen Conference begins today

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18th Oct, 2021. 11:16 am
Eid Miladun Nabi

ISLAMABAD: The 46th National Rehmatul-Lil-Aalameen Conference will commence in the federal capital on Monday (today) to celebrate Eid Miladun Nabi – the birth anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) in a befitting manner. Image: Radio Pakistan

ISLAMABAD: The 46th National Rehmatul-Lil-Aalameen Conference will commence in the federal capital on Monday (today) to celebrate Eid Miladun Nabi – the birth anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) – in a befitting manner.

The two-day conference titled ‘Role of Masjid, Madaris, Khanqas and Imambargahs for the promotion of unity and harmony in the light of teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH)’ will conclude tomorrow, said Radio Pakistan.

National Assembly Speaker Asad Qaiser will be the chief guest on the inaugural day of the conference today. After a prize distribution ceremony, Mehfil-e-Naat will be held during which renowned Naatkhawan will recite Naats and pay homage to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

There will be two sessions on the second day of the conference. President Arif Alvi will preside over the first session, while Prime Minister Imran Khan will chair the last session of the event.

The conference will highlight the soft image of Islam by shedding light on the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It will also encourage the authors by giving them awards for the outstanding books and research papers written on the life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

Prizes will be given to authors for writing books on Seerat-un-Nabi and Naats and to scholars for writing research papers on Seerat.

The conference has been the annual event of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony since 1976.

Eid Miladun Nabi celebrations 

The preparations to celebrate Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH) with great religious zeal and fervour on October 19 (tomorrow) are in full swing across the country.

Eid Miladun Nabi

A man installs floral decoration at a marketplace in Lahore. Image: AFP

Special conferences, big congregations, processions, and Mehfil-e-Milad will be arranged to pay respect to the last messenger of Allah whose life and teachings are a beacon of light for the whole of humanity.

All government and private buildings, houses, shops, markets, bazaars, mosques and streets are being decorated with colourful lights and buntings.