meelad

The word Meelad / Milad has been derived from the word viladut which means birth. Eid Milad an Nabi sometimes simply called in colloquial Arabic, mawlid, mulid, is a term used to refer to the observance of the birthday Holy prophet Mohammad (S.A.W.W) which occurs in Rabi-al-awwal.

The basic purpose of this foundation was the preaching and teaching of spiritualism and the propagation of knowledge by the method of Muraqba (The Meditation) through our centres called Muraqba Halls. We have around 85 Muraqaba Halls all over the world which are celebrating Eid Milad -un- Nabi ( S.A.W.W) every year in the Holy month of Rabi-al-awwal. Our Muraqaba Halls also organize Mehfil Meeld and Mehfil Naat Shareefs programmes though out the whole year.

By the order of present head of the Azeemia Sufi Order & khanwada-Silsila-e-Azeemia Hazrat Khawaja  Shamsuddin Azeemi the Mehfel Meeld Programme started here in Adelaide in 2003, since then we celebrate Eid Meeld un- Nabi (S.A.W.W) every year and organize many Mehfel Meelad programmes through out whole the year.

The Azeemia Foundation of South Australia Incorporated

Officially Registered in 2008. We organize weekly Mehfel-e-Zikr-o- Fikr every Sunday.Mehfel-e- Zikr-o- Fikr consist Roohani lecture , Meditation (Muraqaba) and finally Dua.

If interested in our Mehfel-e-Zikr-o- Fikr please contact us

Useful Meelad information on our Link Page