Pakistan Announced A Public Holiday On 29th September
The federal government of Pakistan has announced a public holiday on September 29th to commemorate Eid Miladun Nabi (PBUH). This holiday is celebrated on the 12th of Rabi ul Awal each year, marking the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). It holds immense religious significance for the Muslim population of Pakistan, and the declaration of this holiday allows people to engage in various celebratory activities and processions.
During Eid Miladun Nabi, streets across the country are adorned with festive decorations, and a sense of religious zeal and fervor permeates the air. Major cities witness grand processions where participants enthusiastically wave flags and chant slogans to express their deep devotion to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The government’s decision to declare September 29th as a public holiday on this occasion ensures that citizens have the opportunity to observe and celebrate this important day in the Islamic calendar.
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This public holiday reflects the cultural and religious diversity of Pakistan, where people from various backgrounds come together to honor and remember the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) on his birth anniversary.