عہد نبوی ﷺکے تفریحی و ثقافتی و سماجی مشاغل اور کھیل: ایک تحقیقی مطالعہ

Recreational, Cultural, Social Activities and Sports of the Prophetic Era: A Research Study

Authors

  • Asia Parveen Phil Scholar, Department of Islamic Studies, Riphah International University, Faisalabad.
  • Dr. Irfan Jafar Lecturer Islamiat, Govt Graduate College, Sahiwal / International Post-Doc Fellowship, Islamic Research Institute, IIU, Islamabad.

Keywords:

Prophetic era, Prophet Muhammad, Recreational activities, Cultural practices, Social gatherings, Traditional sports, Historical significance, Community cohesion

Abstract

The Prophetic era, spanning from the 7th century AD, marked a transformative period in history that not only laid the foundations of Islam but also encompassed a vibrant array of recreational, cultural, social activities, and sports. This research article explores these facets through a meticulous study of historical sources, focusing on the life and times of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). It investigates the diverse forms of leisure activities prevalent in Arabian society, including poetry recitation, storytelling (Hikayah), and traditional games (such as horse racing, archery, and swimming). Furthermore, it delves into the Prophet's personal involvement in social gatherings (Majalis), cultural traditions (Adab), and communal festivals (Eid). By analyzing primary texts and scholarly interpretations, the article elucidates the significance of these activities in fostering community cohesion, moral education, and physical well-being during that era. Ultimately, this study underscores the relevance of understanding the Prophetic era's recreational and social dynamics as a source of historical enrichment and cultural heritage.

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Published

20-06-2024

How to Cite

Asia Parveen, & Dr. Irfan Jafar. (2024). عہد نبوی ﷺکے تفریحی و ثقافتی و سماجی مشاغل اور کھیل: ایک تحقیقی مطالعہ: Recreational, Cultural, Social Activities and Sports of the Prophetic Era: A Research Study. INKISHAF, 4(12), 412–432. Retrieved from https://inkishaf.org/index.php/home/article/view/449

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