When is Eid Milad Un Nabi 2018 in India


Eid Milad Un Nabi India:

What date is Eid Milad Un Nabi in India this year? Eid Milad-e-Nabi 2018 in India will begin in the evening of Tuesday, 20 November and ends in the evening of Wednesday, 21 November. However, Dates may vary.

Eid milad un Nabi is a festival of Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) birthday to cerebrate all over the World from peace.

Milad Un Nabi India Date:

Year Day Country
2017 Friday, 1 Dec India
2018 Tuesday, 20 Nov India


Moreover, Eid-e-Milad, also known as Milad Un Nabi. The holiday also honors Prophet Muhammad’s life and teachings.

Milad Un-Nabi is observed on the 12th day of Islamic month Rabi-ul Awal. While some scholars believe that Prophet Muhammad also passed away on the 12 Rabi-ul Awwal.

History of Milad-Un-Nabi:

However,  Milad un Nabi celebrates the birth of Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), the central Prophet of Islam. According to historical texts, Hazrat Muhammad was born in 570 CE in Saudi Arabia.

Most scholars of Islam have determined that Prophet Muhammad (SAW) was born on the 12th day of the third month of the Islamic calendar. During his life, Prophet Muhammad founded Islam and formed what is now Saudi Arabia as a single kingdom that was devoted to serving Allah.

After Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) died in 632 CE, many Muslims began to celebrate his life and his teachings with various informal holidays.

Despite these various celebratory traditions, the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad was not widely celebrated until Fatima established Milad un-Nabi in Egypt. On the first official celebration of Muhammad’s birthday, Muslims and Islamic scholars gathered at Mosques to pay their respects.

Religious sermons and discussions were among some the ways that Muslims honored Prophet Muhammad on the first Milad un-Nabi holiday. After the first Milad un-Nabi celebrations in Egypt, the holiday became common in Islamic communities across the world.


Muslims celebrate the life and death of the Prophet Muhammad depending on their beliefs and preferences. Some people treat Milad un-Nabi in India as a festival holiday, but others regard it as solemn day.

Distribution of Sweets:

It is a common practice for members of the clergy to distribute sweets and other treats to people on Milad un Nabi India. Honey is one of the most frequently distributed sweets during this holiday. This is because many scholars believe that honey was a favorite treat of the Prophet Muhammad.

Visiting Mosques:

Muslims are expected to visit a mosque on Milad un-Nabi. At mosque services, Muslims will listen to sermons and say prayers that honor God and the Prophet Muhammad. After the formal service, people participate in discussions about Muhammad and Islamic history with their friends and family members.

Family Time:

While there are many events that occur in public places during Milad un Nabi in India, some of the most important holiday practices happen within private residences. Entire families often reflect on the deeds of Muhammad and think of ways that they can improve their daily actions. This also allows people to take time off from work to bond with their family members.

Barah Wafat:

In addition to the many happy festival activities that Muslims participate in during Milad un-Nabi in India, they also celebrate with Barah Wafat.

Barah Wafat is a solemn festival that allows people to mourn the death of the Prophet Muhammad. The event honors the twelve days of Muhammad’s sickness and his ultimate passing to Paradise. One of the most popular events associated with this festival is the procession of the glass casket. During this event, a symbol of Muhammad is placed in a glass casket and paraded in public.


Milad un Nabi India is also a large event for religious scholars and historians. These people participate in lectures and thoughtful discussions about Muhammad and Islam. There are also often debates about disputed religious topics.

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