Shab-e-Mirajun Nabi (PBUH) observed with religious fervor
LAHORE (92 News) – The Shab-e-Mirajun Nabi (PBUH) was observed with religious fervor and serenity across the country.
Shab-e-Mirajun Nabi (PBUH) is observed every year on 27th of Rajab (Lunar calendar) in which the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) went on a special journey to meet Allah Almighty, crossing seven skies on the heavenly animal named “Al-Buraq”.
Special prayers were held in mosques to seek almighty Allah’s forgiveness and blessings.
Ulema and scholars delivered special sermons to highlight the journey of Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to Heavens
Faithful gathered at mosques after Isha to offer special prayers which continued till Fajar prayers, while different gatherings and Mahafil-e-Naat are being arranged to mark the holy night.
People visited graves of their near and dear ones, seeking Allah almighty’s blessings for the departed souls.
The houses, streets and specially mosques were decorated with colorful buntings whereas at night these are well illuminated by means of electric lights, candles or even oil lamps.
Ulema and religious scholars in their sermons will highlight the teachings and various aspects of the life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
Meanwhile, the Sindh Education Department has announced a public holiday on Tuesday.