Bringing up Children In
Maulana Dr. Habiibullah
Mukhtaar Based on Arabic Work of Shaykh Abdullah Naasih Ulwaan
Translated By Rafiq Abdurrahmaan From the Urdu
Adapted from the celebrated Arabic work Tarbiyat
al-awlaad fi al-Islam.'
Hardback Pages: 440
Published by various In India Pakistan (Kutubkhana Mazhari)
Translation of the abridged version of Shaikh Abdullah
Ulwan's book. A comprehensive treatment that includes discussion of physical,
psychological, social, moral, intellectual, and spiritual needs of children.A very helpful and informative book on rearing
children Encompassing of most aspects related to the subject and presented
in a lucid style.
This is an abridged translation of the famous book written
by Shaykh Abdulla Alwan 'Tarbiya tul awlad fi al-isla' bringing up children in
Islam. It is established that the common ailments of human societies, personal
as well as social, find their remedy in monotheism and justice. Therefore,
emphasis on these two moral principles is essential. Muslim children must
develop a clear understanding of the concept of the oneness of Allah, mainly
through the performance of the devotional acts of worship, to Him, and through
developing a sense of justice in all personal and social dealings.
Shaikh Abdullah Naasih
Ulwaan of Saudi Arabia wrote the famous 'Tarbiyatul Awlad fil Islaam'.
Well-known Pakistani scholarMaulana Dr Habiibullah Mukhtaar who is the Chancellor of
the Jaami'atul Uloomil Islaamiyah, translated
it into Urdu and produced a condensed edition to make it more accessible for a
wider audience. This English edition is a very good translation of the Urdu
work. He writes: 'My aim is that this invaluable gem may find a place in every
home. Every person may easily refer and read, understand and benefit from it.'
This book takes an easy approach to the fundamental
principles of upbringing and the manner and rules of training. It discusses the
subject of rearing and training from every angle. The book contains guidelines
on imparting religious discipline, character building, spiritual education,
intellectual growth, and physical instruction. It suggests ways to mould the
child's personality in the right direction, morally, psychologically, and
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