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The faithful across South Asia celebrated Eid-i-Miladun Nabi — the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) — with religious zeal and fervour on Friday. Special prayers were offered in mosques, while streets, houses, buildings, shopping malls, and mosques across Pakistan were decorated with colourful lights and buntings. Despite the code of conduct issued by district administrations in view of the coronavirus pandemic, compliance with social distancing and mask-wearing SOPs was minimal. Processions were taken out across South Asia in which participants rode decorated vehicles and children wearing Arabic dresses waved green flags.

KARACHI: The faithful across South Asia celebrated Eid-i-Miladun Nabi — the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) — with religious zeal and fervour on Friday.

Special prayers were offered in mosques, while streets, houses, buildings, shopping malls, and mosques across Pakistan were decorated with colourful lights and buntings.

Despite the code of conduct issued by district administrations in view of the coronavirus pandemic, compliance with social distancing and mask-wearing SOPs was minimal.

Processions were taken out across South Asia in which participants rode decorated vehicles and children wearing Arabic dresses waved green flags.

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