Celebrating Eid-e-Milad Nabvi (Birthday of Prophet Muhammad-Peace be upon HIM) is Unislamic and strictly prohibited in Islam. In Islamic terminology it is a Bidah (Innovation in a religion).
Innovation in technology and in any other field is allowed in Islam; but innovation in religion is not allowed as it changes the original meaning of the message of religion.
Quran was revealed around 1400 years ago and its commandments and message must be followed as it is without any changes or amendments.
There is nothing mentioned in the Qur’an or Hadees (teaching of Prophet Muhammad) to celebrate the Eid-e-Milad Nabvi (Birthday of the Prophet-Peace and blessings of Allah be upon HIM).
The Prophet himself did not do this or command anyone to do it, neither during his lifetime or after his death. Nor did his companions (Sahaba) and four great Imam (Scholars) celebrated it or command others to do it or say that it was good.
None of the Gulf countries celebrate Eid-e-Milad, even in Saudi Arabia, the place where Prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon HIM) was born, celebrating Eid-Milad is banned…