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1)Imam Muslim writes:

That the Prophet [pbuh] was asked about the fast on Mondays, which he used to ke
ep, the Prophet replied This is the day of my birth .
[Sahih Muslim]
This proves that the Prophet [pbuh] kept fast on Mondays to show gratitude for h
is birth.
2)Imam Bukhari writes that:
When Abu Lahab died, someone from his household saw him in a dream, they asked h
im what happened in the grave he said I am being punished severely, but on Monday
s, I get water from my finger with which I am freed Thuwayba.
[Sahih Bukhari]
This proves that a kaafir, Abu Lahab, was happy on the day of the birth of the P
rophet [pbuh] and was rewarded by having his punishment reduced. If this is true
, then indeed Allah will bless a Muslim who rejoices the birth of the Prophet [p
buh]. This Hadith has been used by many Ulamaa , to justify the celebration of Mila
d.
3)Imam Hakim writes:
That the Prophet [pbuh] said Friday is also an Eid day . Once, in the Prophet [pbuh
] time Eid came on Friday and the Prophet [pbuh] said Allah has given you two Eid
s today .
4)Hadrat Allama Mulla Ali Qari narrating the routine of the people of Madina Mun
awwarah writes,
The people of Madina Munawwarah (May ALLLAH have Mercy on them) used to arrange a
nd attend mawlid gatherings with great enthusiasm and sincerity on the occasion
of Mawlid Sharif. [Mawrid ar-Rawi Fi Mawlid an-Nabawi, Page 29]
5)It is stated in Seerah al-Halabiya that:
Muslims have been celebrating gatherings of Mawlid Sharif in large cities for-lo
ng. [Seerah al-Halabiyah, Page 80]
6)Nisar Teri chahal pahal par , hazar eidein Rabiul Awwal ., siwaye Iblees ke ja
han me sabhi toa khushiyan mana rahe hain.