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മദീന: Melting Pot of Love and Mercy

Once while in Madinah the Prophet saw a Jewish man who had captured a deer. Upon seeing the Prophet, the deer said that it was time for her to feed her young, and she would return promptly if only the Prophet would arrange for her freedom for a little while.
(milad special)

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‘കരുണാവാന്‍ നബി മണിമുത്തു രത്നമോ?’

Lines of Sri Narayana Guru, the well-known reformer of Kerala, in praise of Holy Prophet.

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‘They are my sweet basils in this world.’

Prophet (s) told about his two grand children that they are his sweet basils in this world. Highlights from the sessions of Adab Al Mufrad .

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കറുപ്പന്റെ പ്രവാചകകീര്‍ത്തനം

Karuppan, a well-known poet of Kerala, praises the Holy Prophet in the lines as recited by Alavikutty Al Hudawi

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മദീന: Melting Pot of Love and Mercy (part 2)

As his army marched towards Makkah to conquer it, they passed a female dog with puppies. The Prophet not only gave orders that they should not be disturbed, but posted a man to see that this was done.

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The word Milad has been derived from “viladut” which means birth. Therefore, according to Arabic language, Milad is word which signifies the place and time of birth.

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Song: Ya Rasool

A duff-song performance based on traditional Mappila arts.

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Sukumar Kakkad പ്രവാചകകീര്‍ത്തനം

Sukumar Kakkad is a well known contemporary poet of Kerala. His poetry in praise of Holy Prophet is well known and recited often

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