Eid Milad Un Nabi Door Decoration

A spirit of festivity takes over Al-Hadi as students, teachers and admin work to decorate the classroom doors to celebrate Eid Milad un Nabi, the birth day of Prophet Mohammed (PBUH).

The preschoolers and their teachers join in the hustle and bustle every year, each teacher trying to add to the spirit of fun and harmony.  And it is heartening to see admin on their hands and knees gluing the slippery green beads and cotton balls to enhance the dome and the clouds that adorns their main office door..

In addition to the colors, teachers and students create images of Masjid-e-Nabwi, with the green dome as the central point.  Gold and silver glitter added the decorative touch.  Some teachers even place sweets and desserts to share with students and staff which took the celebration to the next level.

Students and teachers write special messages to the Prophet (s) and highlight the universal aspect of Islam and the eternal message given by our beloved Prophet to MANKIND.  

A door is wrapped up as a gift. When asked the teacher said, “My door, which looks like a gift, symbolizes what our Prophet and his message means to me. He was a gift to all of creation and his legacy continues as a gift for us all.”


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