100 Minutes Of Tahani

17 Mar 2011


The air was ripe with festivity , as soon after Maghrib the students of the Pre-primary and Primary eagerly awaited the arrival of the Chief Guest Al-had-ul-Anjab-ul-As’ad Janaab Shabbir Bhaisaheb Nomani and all esteemed guests which included their parents.

The smartly clad School Band played a warm welcome for the guests as they escorted them.

The programme began with the recitation of Al-Qur’an-e-Kareem which ended aptly on the Ayat Shareefa

Qaseeda Mubarakah followed with Marasi Shareefa was recited. The theme along with every act in this programme was an ardent display of the reflection of each MSBIANS conviction within their heart, to attain the ridha Mubarak of their beloved Moula (TUS).

The programme progressed with students of Prep II depicting different professions came up on stage and enlightened the viewers with a wish in their heart of growing up one day and performing khidmat.

Felicitations to Aqa Moula (TUS) were extended in seven languages which included Lisan-ul-Arabi, Lisan-ud-dawat, English Urdu, Indonesian, Gujrati and Swahili filled the air with merriment and festivity as the students melodious voices came over the microphone.

The Students of Classes III and IV presented Tahani in Lisan-ud-Dawat from the entire universe (Kaenaat) which included plant life and flora, gems and jewels and many more.

The Prep II’s all geared with reporters and camera men presented an exquisite television coverage around the world taking the spectators into a journey of various famous ta’ameeraat by Aqa Moula (TUS), across the globe. Their coverage came to an end upon reaching Pakistan with a wish that may Moula bestow Karachi with His August presence once again.

The Class IV students took the audience on an enchanting tour through wonderland, bringing alive characters from several fairytales whose ultimate desire was to reach Saifee Mahal with their grand gifts for HuzureAala(TUS) on his 100th Milaad Mubarak.

The evening came to an end with the recitation of Madeh by the students. Each heart that was part of this festive evening returned jubilant and content with 100 minutes of tahani embedded deep within their souls and the hearts chanted: Moula Mubarak! Moula Mubarak! Ganu jivo Moula! Ganu jivo Moula!…Ameen