Numerous Muslims in India watch Milad un-Nabi, which honors the Prophet Muhammad's or Mohammad's birthday. Milad un-Nabi is a gazetted occasion in India and is otherwise called Nabi Day, Mawlid, Mohammad's Birthday or the Prophet's Birthday. Numerous individuals convey green banners or pennants or wear green strips or things of attire when participating in these occasions.
The shading green speaks to Islam and heaven. Numerous Kashmiri Muslims accumulate at the Hazratbal holy place in Srinagar, which is in the Indian area of Jammu and Kashmir. It houses a hair that is accepted to have originated from the Prophet Mohammad. A great many individuals go to supplications at the hallowed place on the prior night Milad un-Nabi. The relic is shown in the mosque after the morning petitions. It was paraded through the town in earlier years.