نبی اکرم ﷺ کی خانگی زندگی کے مظاہر روایات ام سلمہ کی روشنی میں تحقیقی مطالعہ

The Prophet's personal life in the light of the traditions of Umm Salma - a research study

Authors

  • Dr. Saeed Ur Rahman Visiting Faculty IBMS University of Agriculture Peshawar.
  • Qurat ul ain Arshad Lecturer & Focal Person, Department of Islamic Studies, Rawalpindi Women University, Rawalpindi.
  • Khushhall Shaheen Visiting Lecturer Hailey College of Commerce, University of The Punjab, Lahore.

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Prophet's personal life. Manifestations. Traditions Umm Salma, Social problems. The best human being.

Abstract

A person is an important member of the society, this important person is available to the society from the family. In the family, this person prays for the blessings of the parents, then there are his sisters, brothers, wife, husband, parents and relatives. Their behavior with them has an important role in the society, that is why the foundation of family and personal life is strong before the society. The best person is the one who proves to be beneficial to the society. The life of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) has been described in the scope of Tayyaba and its different aspects. But his two qualities provide strength to establish the principles of the society. One of them is that he benefited the society. Any harm to the society. The second thing is that he not only set the principles for the best society, but also showed it possible by doing it himself. He was with the Prophet ﷺ in every part of his life. This discussion becomes more clear under the title of "Records of the personal life of the Prophet ﷺ in the light of Umm Salama".

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Published

15-03-2024

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Dr. Saeed Ur Rahman, Qurat ul ain Arshad, & Khushhall Shaheen. (2024). نبی اکرم ﷺ کی خانگی زندگی کے مظاہر روایات ام سلمہ کی روشنی میں تحقیقی مطالعہ : The Prophet’s personal life in the light of the traditions of Umm Salma - a research study. INKISHAF, 4(11), 310–339. Retrieved from https://inkishaf.org/index.php/home/article/view/374

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