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Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be transported back in time to the blessed era of the Prophet Muhammad Peace be upon him (pbuh)?
Two organisations from Sydney Australia, Daar Aisha and Daar ibn Abbas College, attempted to do just that with a innovative open day that they jointly held to celebrate the Mawlid of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). They did this by recreating pivotal aspects of the Prophet Muhammad’s life as part of an interactive exhibition where guests were invited to taste the food the Prophet ate, sleep the way he slept, and learn about the benefits of Prophetic medicine among many other Prophetic activities.
One of the first things I saw was a group of eager young children listening attentively to a woman surrounded by fake goats and sitting next to what looked like a cross between a hut and a tent.  I soon realised this was a young Daar Aisha graduate named Yasmine who was retelling the story of Um Ma’bad’s amazing encounter with the Prophet (saw) in character as Um Ma’bad herself.
Next stop on the Seerah Express was the replicas of letters sent by the Prophet Muhammad to leaders across the world , inviting them to accept Islam. As I walked down the impressive gallery of Islamically-inspired cultural clothing from around the world, I settled upon a nice Arabian looking centrepiece which consisted of something that would not look out of place on the old TV sitcom, I Dream of Jeannie.
Visitors were asked to lay down and Mouna with the help of Suendos instructed them on what supplications to say and how to position their body to get the maximum benefit and reward from something as basic as going to sleep.
Mouna took pains to emphasise the importance of sleeping according to the sunnah and explained why this type of emulation is an opportunity to get closer to Allah.
After the Sunnah slumber session, the next stall was abuzz with so many people, I wondered if I had accidentally chanced upon a post-holiday season shoe sale.
The stall was primarily set up by two sisters who are also Western-trained doctors.  Laila did much of the research and Nazreen was instrumental in making this stall come alive with the many examples of what the Prophet (pbub) used in order to cure ailments.
Nazreen explained the three broad categories the Prophet (pbuh) used for healing, the first being Quranic verses, dhikr and salat.

Nazreen believes the popularity of the Prophetic Medicine stall was due to its broad appeal. Nazreen recognizes that the popularity of prophetic medicine and other forms of alternative healing is symptomatic of a larger issue. As I walked by the stall’s miniature model of the Uhud, a gallery of the Prophet’s swords, his favourite grooming devices and a tutorial on how to use the miswak correctly, my eyes settled upon the most colourful and let’s face it, the tastiest part of the exhibition.
The Prophet’s menu included barley bread, barley gruel, sawik – a sweet dessert which was served on the night of his marriage to Saffiyah – there was also a range of fruits and vegetables such as pumpkins, cucumbers, grapes, watermelon, pomegranate, figs, honey, dates and mushrooms.
Um Abdur Rahman, the head mistress of Daar Aisha Shariah College was ecstatic at the success of the program. As I was leaving the exhibition I was saddened to be exiting a world that was simultaneously familiar and unfamiliar to me. I climbed out of the rabbit hole with something far more valuable than a newly acquired miswak and art work, I came out of the exhibition with something that is priceless – a greater love for the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). For many Seerah junkies, it would be a dream akin to an Alice in Wonderland adventure – falling into a rabbit hole which leads you to the time of desert-dwelling sahabis trading in a Makkan marketplace, where poetry was echoed in the air and caravans would set off across the desert for months on end.
Truth be told, I expected to see some artwork and some miswaks being sold whilst the soft hum of the latest pin-up nasheed artist plays in the background.
Haipha Ali, a teacher at Daar Aisha, recreated the letters by using old parchment paper.  They looked quite impressive and on first glance, I couldn’t help but wonder if they were real.

Just being able to experience this has been impressive for them and we’ve received really positive feedback,” said Haipha. The second category are things the Prophet (pbuh) recommended to us to eat on a regular basis and also for our general well being and the third category involves things he recommended we use for specific ailments.
People were given the opportunity to try out the food as many times as they liked and like me, many of them came back for seconds. I definitely felt my heart was connected to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) after being able to see a glimpse of his world.  I was also pleased to hear that the organizers only want to increase the event and make it bigger and better for Muslims and non-Muslims alike.
As soon as I entered the grounds, I noticed the place was buzzing with market stalls, a petting zoo and camels. The hall draped in black and gold was designed to look like the outside of the Ka’ba and it was buzzing with people who were engaged in various activities that invited people to touch, taste and feel the things that the Prophet Muhammad (saw) loved.
On closer inspection, I realized it was the stall exhibiting the many samples of prophetic medicine. Once I got over the excitement of seeing camels, I entered the exhibition with coins in tow; ready to buy another miswak and possibly some calligraphy.

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