• Holy Prophet was born in 571 A.D 22nd April. • Father’s name, Hazat Abdullah. • Mother’ Name, Hazrat Amna. • Maternal Grand Father’s name Wahib bins Abdul Munnaf. • Maternal Grandmother, Batarah. • Real name of Abdu Mutalib was Shaba. • Grandmother name, Fatima. • 10 is the number of Uncles and 6 aunts. • Prophet journeyed to Syria with Abu Talib at 12 years. • At 25 Prophet married to Hazrat Khadija. • Hazrat Khadija accepted Islam first in Women and in all. • Hazrat Abu Bakar accepted first in Men. • Hazrat Ali accepted first in Children. • Varqa Bin Naufal verified Prophet for the first time. • Holy prophet had 4 daughters and 3 sons. • At age of 40 holy Prophet received first Wahy. • Hazrat Zubaida (RA) was the second wife of Holy Prophet. • In 622 A.D Holy Prophet migrated to madina. • Hazrat Haleema was the foster mother of Holy Prophet. • Besides Hazrat Haleema (RA) Holy Prophet (PBUH) said that Umme-e-Aemon is also my mother. • Name the foster mother(s) of the Holy Prophet (SAW) Hazrat Halema (RA), Hazrat Sobia (RA) and Hazrat Khola (RA) • How many years after the birth of Holy Prophet (SAW), Hazrat Aamina died? Six years • Sheema was the foster sister of Holy Prophet. • Abduallh Bin Abu Sheema was the foster brother of Prophet. • Hazrat Haleema looked after the holy prophet for 4 years. • 35 was the age at the time of Hajr-i-Aswad incident. • Hazrat Bilal Habshi was the first slave to accept Islam. • Wife of Abu Lahab used to spread throne in the way of prophet in 4th year of prophethood. • Home of Hazrat Arqam (RA) used as the centre of secret preaching by the holy prophet. • In 7th Nabvi boycott of Banu Hashim began. • Hazrat Adam met with Holy Prophet on the first heaven. • Hazrat Isa and Hazrat Yahya on 2nd. • Hazrat Yaqub on 3rd. • Hazrat Idrees on 4th. • Hazrat Harron on 5th. • Hazrat Musa on 6th. • Hazrat Ibraheem on 7th. • Al-Kaswa is the name of Camel on which prophet traveled. • Prophet purchased mosque land at medina from two orphans. • 45 Companions were with Prophet in migration to madina. • Charter of Madina was issued on 1 A.H it had 53 Articles. • Transfer of Qibla was ordered in 2nd A.H. • 27 total no of Ghazwas. • First Ghazwah of Islam was Widan, fought in 12th month of First Hijrah. • Jang Badr occurred in 2 A.H. 313 Muslims fought in battle. • Types of Hadith are 10. • Imam Zuhri (RA) became the first to consolidate Ahadith. • No of Hadith Collected by Abu Huraira (RA) 5374. • Prophet hazrat Noah (AS) known as Shaikh al Anbiya • Aby Ubaiduh Bin Jiirrah was entitled Ameen-ul Ummat. • Hazrat Umar proposed Azan for the first time. • The dome over the sacred Grave of the holy prophet is known as Dunbade-Khizra. • Baitul Mamur is a place where seventy thousand angles were circumambulation during the Holy Ascension. • Baitul Mamoor is on 7th Heaven. • 4 kings accepted Islam when holy prophet sent them letters. • Mosque of Zarar was demolished by prophet. • Ume Salma was present at the time of the battle of Khyber. • Hazrat Ali Conquered the fort of Qamus. • Lady named Zainab tried to poison the Holy Prophet. • Prophet recited surah Al-Fatha at the conquest of Makkah . • Hashim was grand father of prophet & brother of Muttalib. • The name Muhamammad was proposed by Abdul Muttalib while the name Ahmed was proposed by Bibi Aminah. • Migration from Mecca to Abyssinia took place in the 7th month of the 5th year of the mission i.e 615 A.d. The total number of migrated people was 15 • Second migration to Habshah took place in 616 A.D. • Second migration to Abyssinia 101 people with 18 females. • After Amina’s death, Ummay Aimen looked after Prophet. • After Harb-e-Fajjar, Prophet took part in Halaf-ul-Fazul. • Prophet made second business trip to Syria in 24th year of elephant. • Friend of Khadija Nafeesa carried message of Nikah. • Surname of Haleema Sadia was Ummay Kabtah. • Surname of Prophet was Abu-ul-Qasim. • Da’ia of the Prophet was Shifa who was mother of Abdul Rehman bin Auf. • Abdul Mutalib died in 579 A.D. • Masaira a slave of Khadija accompanied Prophet to Syria. • Foster mothers of Prophet were Haleema, Sobia & Khola. • First forster mother was Sobia who was mother of Hamza. • For six years Haleema took care of Prophet. • For two years Abdul Mutalib took care of Prophet. • Prophet had two real paternal uncles i.e Zubair & Abu Talib. • Zubair died before Prophethood. • After 7 days the Aqeeqa ceremony of Prophet was held. • Prophet belonged to Banu Hashim clan of Quraish tribe. • Among uncles Abbas & Hamza embraced Islam. • Amina was buried at Abwa b/w Makkah & Madina. • Six months before the Prophet’s birth his father died. • Prophet had no brother and no sister. • Abdullah died at Madina. • Prophet had six aunties. • Foster father of Prophet was Haris. • At the age of 15, Herb-e-Fajjar took place. • Herb-e-Fajjar means war fought in the probihited months. • First father-in-law of Prophet was Khawalid. • Aamina belonged to Bani Zohra tribe. • Umar accepted Islam in 616 A.d. • Social boycott of Banu Hashim took place in 7th Nabvi. • Shi’b means valley. • Social boycott continued for 3 years. • A group of Madina met Prophet in 11th Nabvi. • Uqba is located near Makkah. • The group of Madinites belonged to Khazraj tribe. • Accord of Uqba took place in 13th Nabvi. • On 27th Rajab, 10 Nabvi the event of Miraj took place. • 10th Nabvi was called Aam-ul-Hazan (year of grief). • Name of the camel on which Prophet was riding in migration was Qaswa. • Omaar bin Hisham was the original name of Abu Jehl. • Abu-al-Hikm is the title of Abu Jehl. • When did Hazrat Hamza (RA) embrace Islam Fifth Nabavi • Persons included in Bait-e-Uqba Oola 12 and in Bait-e-Uqba Sani 75. • Cave of Hira is 3 miles from Makkah. • Hijra took place in 13th Nabvi. • Second convent of Al-Aqba arrived at Makkah in 12th Nabvi. • Medina is 448 Km from Makkah. (250 miles) • Makkah conquest occurred in 8th year of Hijra. • Prophet performed Hajj in 10th Hija. • Prophet was buried in the hujra of Ayesha. • Prophet was born in 1st Year of Elephant. • Ambassadors sent to Arab& other countries in 7th Hijra. • King of Iran tore away the message of Prophet. • King of Byzantine in 7th Hijra was Hercules. • After 6 years of the birth of Holy prophet Bibi Aamna died. • After 8 years of the birth of Prophet Abdul Muttalib died. • 632 A.D Charter of Madina. • Holy Prophet demised at the age of 63. • Hijrah year began with 14th Nabvi. • 10th year of prophet hood is known as year of grief. • First Azan was called out in 1. A.H.
Sayings Of Hazrat Muhammad PBUH
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Do not turn away a poor man…even if all you can give is half a date. If you love the poor and bring them near you…God will bring you near Him on the Day of Resurrection.” ——— Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 1376.
A man giving in alms one piece of silver in his lifetime is better for him than giving one hundred when about to die.
To meet friends cheerfully and invite them to a feast are charitable acts. To extend consideration towards neighbors and send them presents are charitable acts.
To acquire knowledge is binding upon all Muslims, whether male or female.
The ink of the scholar is more holy than the blood of the martyr.
He who travels in the search of knowledge, to him God shows the way of Paradise.
Acquire knowledge, because he who acquires it, in the way of the Lord, performs an act of piety; who speaks of it praises the Lord; who seeks it, adores God, who dispenses instruction in it, bestows alms; and who imparts it to its fitting objects, performs an act of devotion to God. Knowledge enables its possessor to distinguish what is forbidden from what is not; lights the way to Heaven; it is our friend in the desert, our companion in solitude, our companion, when bereft of riends; it guides us to happiness; it sustains us in misery; it is our ornament in the company of friends; it serves as an armor against our enemies. With knowledge the creatures of Allah rises to the heights of goodness and to noble position, associates with the sovereigns in this world and attains the perfection of happiness in the next.
Keep yourselves far from envy, because it eats up and takes away good actions, like the fire that eats up and burns wood.
Supression of Anger
Whoever suppresses his anger, when he has in his power to show it, God will give him a great reward.
He is not strong and powerful, who throws people down, but he is strong who withholds himself from anger.
Deal gently with a people, and be not harsh; cheer them and condemn not.
Much silence and a good disposition; there are no two works better than these.
The best of friends is he who is best in behavior and character.
One who does not practice modesity and does not refrain from shameless deeds is not a Muslim.
Parents and Family
Paradise lies at the feet of thy mother.
He who wishes to enter Paradise must please his father and mother.
No one who keeps his mind focussed entirely upon himself, can grow large, strong and beautiful in character.
Remembrance of God
Whoever loves to meet God, God loves to meet him.
The five stated prayers erase the sins which have been committed during the intervals between them if they have not been mortal sins.
God is not merciful to him who is not so to humankind. He who is not kind to God’s creation and to his own children, God will not be kind to him.
Whosoever visits a sick person, an angel calls from Heaven: “Be happy in the world and happy be your walking; and take your habitation in Paradise.”
Wordly Love and Materialism
The love of the world, is the root of all evils.
Wealth properly employed is a blessing; and a man may lawfully endeavour to increase it by honest means.
Avoiding What is Doubtful The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said “That which is lawful is clear, and that which is unlawful is also quite clear. Between these two is that which is ambiguous, which most people do not know. One who avoids the doubtful safeguards his faith and his honor.” ——— Riyadh-us-Salaheen, Hadith 588. Business and Trade The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) was asked what type of earning was best, and he replied: ” A man’s work with his hands and every (lawful) business transaction.” ——— Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 846.
The Prophet also said: “A truthful and trustworthy merchant is associated with the prophets.“ ——— Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 50.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: ““It is better for any of you to carry a load of firewood on his own back than to beg from someone else .” ——— Riyadh-Us-Saleheen, Chapter 59, hadith 540.
And also: “There was a merchant who would lend to the people, and whenever his debtor was in difficult circumstances, he would say to his employees, ‘Forgive him so that God may forgive us.’ So, God forgave him.” ——— Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 3, Hadith 292.
“Make your character good for the people.“ ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as narrated Al-Muwatta, Volume 47, Hadith 1
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Do not turn away a poor man…even if all you can give is half a date. If you love the poor and bring them near you…God will bring you near Him on the Day of Resurrection.” ——— Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 1376.
Constancy in Doing Good
“Do good deeds properly, sincerely and moderately and know that your deeds will not make you enter Paradise, and that the most beloved deed to Allah’s is the most regular and constant even though it were little.” ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as narrated by A’isha (ra) in Sahih Bukhari, vol. 8, hadith 471
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: ““It is better for a leader to make a mistake in forgiving than to make a mistake in punishing.” ——— Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 1011.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Whoever is offered an apology from a fellow Muslim should accept it unless he knows that the person apologizing is being dishonest.” ——— Mishkat al Tabrizi, Vol 3, Hadith no. 5052.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Indeed, an ignorant man who is generous is dearer to God than a worshipper who is miserly.” ——— Al-Tirmidhi: Hadith 580. Good Conduct Toward Others:
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said, “None of you truly believes until he wishes for his brother what he wishes for himself.” ——— Bukhari and Muslim.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “He will not enter Paradise whose neighbour is not secure from his wrongful conduct.“ ——— Sahih Muslim, Hadith 15.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day should not harm his neighbor, and anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day should entertain his guest generously, and anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day should talk what is good or keep quiet (i.e. abstain from all kinds of evil and dirty talk).“ ——— Narrated by Abu Hurayrah, Sahih Al Bukhari, Vol: 8 Hadith 47.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “There is reward for kindness to every living thing.” ——— Bukhari and Muslim.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “God is kind and likes kindness in all things.“ ——— Rihadh us-Saleheen, Volume 1:633.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: “Be kind, for whenever kindness becomes part of something, it beautifies it. Whenever it is taken from something, it leaves it tarnished.“ ——— Imam Bukhari’s Book of Muslim Manners.
“Those who work for you are your brothers. Allah has made them your assistants.” ——— Bukhari and Tirmidhi.
“The (true) servants of (God) the Most Gracious are those who walk on the earth in humility, and when the ignorant address them, reply with (words of) peace.” ——— The Holy Quran, 25:63.
The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) said “(God) has revealed to me that you should adopt humility so that no one oppresses another.” ——— Riyadh-us-Salaheen, Hadith 1589.
The Prophet (s) said, “Shall I inform you about the people of Paradise? They comprise every obscure unimportant humble person, and if he takes Allah’s Oath that he will do that thing, Allah will fulfill his oath (by doing that). Shall I inform you about the people of the Fire? They comprise every cruel, violent, proud and conceited person.” ——— Narrated by Haritha Bin Wahb, in Sahih Al Bukhari, vol 8 hadith 97.
Allah loves, when one of you is doing something, that he [or she] does it in the most excellent manner. ——— Muhammad (p) cited in Al-Qaradawi, Yusuf, Dawr Al-Qiyam Wal-Akhlaaq Fi Al-Iqtisaad Al-Islaami. Maktabat Wahbah, 1995.
If anyone travels on a road in search of knowledge, Allah will cause him to travel on one of the roads of Paradise. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Abu Darda in Sunan Abu Dawood, hadith #1631.
The knowledge from which no benefit is derived is like a treasure out of which nothing is spent in the cause of Allah. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Abu Hurayrah, transmitted by Ahmad and Darimi in Al Tirmidhi, hadith #108.
He who issues forth in search of knowledge is busy in the cause of Allah till he returns from his quest. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Anas Ibn Malik in Al Tirmidhi, hadith #420.
The seeking of knowledge is obligatory for every Muslim. […] ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Ibn Majah and Bayhaqi in Shu’ab al-Iman; also reported by Anas Ibn Malik in Al Tirmidhi, hadith #74.
“The worst of guardians is a cruel ruler. Beware of becoming one of them.” ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported in Sahih Muslim, Hadith 846.
The Prophet Muhammad (s) said: ““Allah will not be merciful to those who are not merciful to people.” ——— Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 9, #473.
The best of all dealings is the one which is moderate. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Baihaqi.
They are the losers, those who make the religion hard and tough. They imperil themselves who enforce tough practices of Islam. They destroy themselves, those who are extremes. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Ibn Masud in Sahih Muslim.
Make things easy and convenient and don’t make them harsh and difficult. Give cheer and glad tidings and do not create hatred. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) in Riyadh us-Saleheen, Volume 1:637.
“He who makes peace between people by inventing good information or saying good things, is not a liar.” ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported in Sahih Al-Bukhari, Volume 3, Hadith 857.
“(Islam) is spacious (and has room for relaxation), and I have been sent with an easy and straightforward religion.” ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported in Fiqh-us-Sunnah, Volume 2, Number 153.
Whoever believes in Allah and the Last Day, let him say something good or keep quiet. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Abu Huraira–mutafakkun ghalai.
A strong person is not the person who throws his adversaries to the ground. A strong person is the one who contains himself when he is angry. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as quoted in Islam on Line website.
A true action leads to the path of virtue and good deeds, and virtue paves the way of a person to Paradise, and the said person continues to speak the truth till in the sight of Allah he is named Siddiq or Truthful. Lying leads to vice, and vice leads to indecent acts and if a person goes on lying till in the sight of Allah he is named a liar. ——— The Prophet (s) as reported by Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud (r) in Bukhari and Muslim.
Wealth and Success:
Wealth is not due to plenty of money, but wealth is the wealth of the self. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as agreed upon–mutafakkun ghalai.
The most valuable things in life) are a tongue which mentions God, a grateful heart and a believing wife who helps a man with his faith. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported in Al-Tirmidhi, Hadith 721.
Forsake wordly pleasures, Allah will like you, and forsake what others have, mankind will like you. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as reported by Ibn Majah.
Wisdom is a long-cherished wish to the believer. He takes it from wherever he listens to it; and he does not mind from where it came out. ——— Prophet Muhammad (s) as as narrated by Ibn Hibban.
The Birth of Prophet Muhammad SAW
Prophet Muhammad SAW was born in Makkah, around 570 C.E. He is the model for humanity for all walks of life to follow until the Last Hour. God sent him as a mercy for the worlds.
He was born into a family belonging to a clan of Quraish, the ruling tribe of Makkah. The city of Makkah was dominated by powerful merchant families among whom the men of Quraish were prominent. Prophet Muhammad SAW’s father, ‘Abd Allah ibn’Abd al-Muttalib, died before he was born, his mother, Bibi Aminah, died when he was six. Just before his birth, Bibi Amina had a dream wherein she saw a light issuing forth from her and illuminating the palaces of Basra. As was the custom in those days, upon his birth he nursed from Halima Al-Saadia. He lived for two years with her. In addition to enduring the hardships of desert life, he acquired a taste for the rich language so loved by the Arabs, whose speech was their proudest art, and learned the patience and forbearance of the herdsmen, whose life of solitude he first shared and then came to understand and appreciate. After the death of his mother Bibi Amina, Prophet Muhammad SAW was consigned to the care of his grandfather Abdul Muttalib, the head of the clan of Hashim. After the death of his grandfather, Prophet Muhammad SAW was raised by his uncle, Hazrat Abu Talib.
Prophet Muhammad SAW Manners and Disposition
By nature he was gentle and kind hearted, always inclined to be gracious and to overlook the faults of others. Politeness and courtesy, compassion and tenderness, simplicity and humility, sympathy and sincerity were some of the keynotes of his character. In the cause of right and justice he could be resolute and severe but more often than not, his severity was tempered with generosity. He had charming manners which won him the affection.
He always received people with courtesy and showed respect to older people. He was always the first to greet another and would not withdraw his hand from a handshake till the other man withdrew his. If one wanted to say something in his ears, he would not turn away till one had finished.
He always stood up to receive Bibi Haleema, who had reared him in infancy and had spread his own sheet for her. His foster-brother was given similar treatment. Whenever he visited a person he would first greet him and then take his permission to enter the house. He advised the people to follow this etiquette and not to get annoyed if anyone declined to give permission, for it was quite likely the person concerned was busy otherwise and did not mean any disrespect. There was no type of household work too low or too undignified for him.
Prophet Muhammad SAW Wisdom
About the year 590, Prophet Muhammad SAW, then in his twenties, entered the service of a widow named Khadija al-Kubra as a merchant actively engaged with trading caravans to the north. Sometime later Prophet Muhammad SAW married Bibi Khadija al-Kubra, by whom he had two sons – who did not survive – and four daughters.
One of the first signs of Prophet Muhammad SAW wisdom and diplomacy came when he was thirty five years old. The tribes of Quraish found it necessary to rebuild the Kaaba in order to prevent it from collapse. When they got to the point in the construction when it was necessary to insert the “Black Stone”, the tribes began to contend with one another for the honor of placing the stone in its place. This continued for a number of days until the situation became extremely volatile. Blood pacts were consummated between the various tribes to fight to the death and all-out war was on the verge of breaking out between them over this matter. At this point they came to a peaceful compromise. They agreed that the first person to enter the door of the holy mosque shall choose the one who shall receive this honor and they shall all abide by his judgment.
As it happened, the first person to enter the holy mosque was Prophet Muhammad SAW. Upon seeing him the tribes all breathed a sigh of relief and proclaimed: “It is Al-Ameen (The trustworthy), we accept him! It is Muhammad (PBUH)!.” Prophet Muhammad SAW called for a garment, laid it upon the ground, and then placed the stone in the middle of it. He then asked all of the tribes to select a single representative from their tribe who was then asked to grasp an edge of the garment. All of the chosen representatives then carried the stone together to the Kaaba. When they reached it Prophet Muhammad SAW rolled it in place.
It is narrated that the first signs of Prophet Muhammad SAW prophet hood was a series of visions he would receive at night which would then come true exactly as he had envisioned them.
During this period of his life Prophet Muhammad SAW traveled widely. Then, in his forties he began to retire to meditate in a cave on Mount Hira outside of Makkah, where the first of the great events of Islam took place. One day, as he sat in the cave, he heard a voice, later identified as that of the Angel Gabriel, which ordered him to:
Recite: In the name of thy Lord who created, Created man from a clot of blood.
Date of Death
What we know for sure is that day of his death was ‘Monday’, as for the date we have different narrations. The famous one is 12th rabiulawwal.
Narrated Hisham’s father: Aisha said, “I went to Abu Bakr (during his fatal illness) and he asked me, ‘In how many garments was the Prophet shrouded?’ She replied, ‘In three Sahuliya pieces of white cloth of cotton, and there was neither a shirt nor a turban among them.’ Abu Bakr further asked her, ‘On which day did the Prophet die?’ She replied, ‘He died on Monday.’ He asked, ‘What is today?’ She replied, ‘Today is Monday.’ He added, ‘I hope I shall die sometime between this morning and tonight.’ Then he looked at a garment that he was wearing during his illness and it had some stains of saffron. Then he said, ‘Wash this garment of mine and add two more garments and shroud me in them.’ I said, ‘This is worn out.’ He said, ‘A living person has more right to wear new clothes than a dead one; the shroud is only for the body’s pus.’ He did not die till it was the night of Tuesday and was buried before the morning.”
(Bukhari – Kitab al Janaiz)
13th Rabi ul Awwal: Muhammad Suleman Mansurpure
12th Rabi ul Awwal: Mubarakpuri
2nd Rabi ul Awwal: Ibn e Hajr
1st Rabi ul Awwal: Ibn e Jareer
28th Safar: Sh’ia Historians (They also mention the day to be Monday)
From the books of Hadith we can be sure that the year Prophet Muhammad died:
9th Dhil Hijjah was Friday (Bukhari – Prophetic Commentary on the Qur’an)
“….It was Friday and the Prophet was standing at ‘Arafat (i.e. the Day of Hajj)”
(Narrated by Umar bin Al-Khattab)
We have four possibilities:
1- If Dhil Hijjah, Muharram and Safar all were of 30 days, Rabi ul Awwal starts on Wednesday and Mondays fall on 6th, 13th and so on.
2- If Dhil Hijjah, Muharram and Safar all were of 29 days, Rabi ul Awwal starts on Sunday and Mondays fall on 2nd, 9th, 16th and so on.
3- If any two months were of 29 days and one of 30 days, Rabi ul Awwal starts on Monday and Mondays fall on 1st, 8th, 15th and so on.
4- If any two months were of 30 days and one of 29 days, Rabi ul Awwal starts on Monday and Mondays fall on 7th, 14th and so on.
As for 28th Safar:
1- If Dhil Hijjah and Muharram are 30 days it is Sunday.
2- If Dhil HIjjah and Muharram are 29 days it is Friday
3- If one is 29 and the other is 30 it is Saturday.
You can verify the results on Microsoft Excel.
Hence, the view of Ibn e Hajr (2nd Rabi ul Awwal) , view of Ibn e Jareer (1st Rabi ul Awwal) and Suleman Mansurpuri (13th Rabi ul Awwal) are the only possibilities and the common views of 12th Rabi ul Awwal and 28th Safar have been proven to be incorrect.
May Allah Make Us follow the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad and His Rightly Guided Companions. Ameen.