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Hasanat High School

Milad Card Making

A Schoolwide Tribute

In a touching display of devotion, students united to create heartfelt Milad cards and flower bouquets for Aqa Maula Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin TUS’ 81st Milad. This special activity not only allowed students to express their love and admiration but also fostered a strong sense of community and shared faith.

Milad Card Making
Milad Card Making

Exploring Art Techniques

Students explored various art techniques to craft their Milad cards. From vibrant watercolors that depicted beautiful scenes to intricate paper quilling that added depth and texture, each card was a unique representation of their creativity and devotion. The process of creating these cards was as meaningful as the final product, allowing students to reflect on their faith and connection to Maula TUS.

Milad Card Making

Mandala Art and Flower Making

In addition to cards, students also engaged in mandala art and flower making. The mandalas, with their intricate patterns, symbolized unity and eternity, while the hand-crafted flower bouquets added a personal touch to their offerings. These activities not only honed their artistic skills but also deepened their spiritual engagement, as they dedicated their efforts to Maula TUS.

Milad Card Making
Milad Card Making

Strengthening Spiritual Bonds

The Milad Card Making activity beautifully showcased the students’ admiration for Maula TUS and strengthened their spiritual bond with him. Each creation was a testament to their devotion and an expression of their heartfelt prayers and well-wishes. This collaborative effort across all grades highlighted the unity and shared purpose within the school community, making the celebration even more meaningful.

Milad Card Making

Conclusion

As the Milad Card Making event came to a close, the students’ heartfelt creations left a lasting impression on everyone involved. Their vibrant watercolors, intricate paper quilling, detailed mandalas, and lovingly crafted flower bouquets were more than just art; they were expressions of deep devotion and spiritual connection. This event not only celebrated Aqa Maula Syedna Mufaddal Saifuddin TUS’ 81st Milad but also strengthened the students’ bond with their faith and community. The smiles and sense of accomplishment on their faces were a testament to the joy and fulfillment they found in this meaningful activity.

Milad Card Making

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