Analysis: Role of Sahabiyat in Different Profession During Risalat period

Authors

  • Dr.Ubaid Ahmed Khan Department of Islamic Learning, University of Karachi
  • Hayat Muhammad Department of Islamic Learning, University of Karachi

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.46568/pjass.v1i1.490

Abstract

The present research article elaborates the following two points:(1) The first part of the article briefly discuses the following topics: definition of livelihood, sourcesand intention of livelihood.(2) The second part of this article describes details about (sahabiyat), the female companions of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) who were attached to different types of trade and occupations. For example, some (sahabiyat) female companions of Holy Prophet (Peace be upon him) were attached with the occupation of trade like Hazrat Khadija and Hazrat Qeela Anmaria,(May Allah be pleased with them) some adopted the profession of adornment and beautification like Ume Zufar and Ume Sulaim, (May Allah be pleased with them) and others adopted the profession of midwifery like, Hazrat Salma Ume Arfa, some were performing the circumcision of female children (according to the culture of Arabs) like, Hazrat Ume Atia Ansaria, some were attached with the profession of feeding children like ,Hazrat Haleema Sadia, some adopted the trade of perfumes like Hazrat Asma bint Makhrama, some were maid servants like, Hazrat Barera, some were sewing clothes like Hazrat Fatima Bint sheiba,some were physicians and were providing health facilities, like Hazrat Ayesha. The article further elaborates another point that these female companions of prophet Muhammad (Peace be upon him) were not involved in these professions for the purpose of wealth, it further proves that they were doing and were experts in these professions to facilitate the Society.

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Published

2015-06-30

How to Cite

Khan, U. A., & Muhammad, H. (2015). Analysis: Role of Sahabiyat in Different Profession During Risalat period. Pakistan Journal of Applied Social Sciences, 1(1), 17–34. https://doi.org/10.46568/pjass.v1i1.490

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