FAISALABAD/CHINIOT (92 News) – In reverence of Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAW), two huge cakes weighing 2,520kg each were cut in Faisalabad and Chiniot to celebrate 12th Rabi-ul-Awwal.
According to the reports, it took, 150 workers worked for seven days to prepare 2,520kg cake. As many as 100,000 people can eat the cake, which is being made with chocolate, milk, eggs, dry fruit and other ingredients
In Faisalabad’s Mehboobabad area, a 17-tier cake weighing 2,520kg has been prepared. This tradition in Faisalabad has been followed from the last 18 years.
150 workers worked for seven days to prepare 2,520kg cake. The cakes were cut in several cities and distributed amongst poor people as part of celebration of the day.
a baker prepared a 1063-pound cake. In Mandi Bahauddin, milkshake of about 5,000kg has been prepared for participants of the processions.
Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAW) is being celebrated with great religious zeal and fervour across the country.
The day started with thirty-one guns salute at the federal capital and twenty one guns salute at all provincial capitals. Special programs are being held to highlight the glaring aspects of the life of the Holy Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
Special prayers for the unity of Muslim Ummah, progress and prosperity of Pakistan was offered in mosques after Fajr prayer. Special conferences, events and Mahaafil-e-Milaad are being arranged to pay respect to the last messenger whose life and teachings are beacon of light for the whole mankind.
Prominent Ulema, Mushaikh, scholars and foreign delegates will participate in the conference and throw light on various aspects of the life and teachings of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAW).
Awards and prizes will also be distributed among the position holders in Seerat Books, Maqala-e-Seerat and Naats.
On theother hand, mosques, markets, government and private buildings and roads have been decorated with green buntings, flags and colourful lights. Religious organizations have planned a number of activities including seminars, conferences and milad
On the other hand, vendors have set up colorful stalls with unique collection of badges, stickers, buntings, flags and banners inscribed with the slogans paying respect to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) across the country.