We are not a nation that has just recently discovered soap bars, fragrant scrubs or the dental floss. We are the ones, who set precedence for the usage of all such personal and public hygiene related products, and that too, 1400 years back.
After being blessed with Prophethood, the second revelation reminded the Prophet (sa) of his heavy responsibilities and asked him to observe cleanliness, writes Halima Khan.
There are several ways we can keep the Quran close to us while travelling. Fiza Fatima Asar elaborates on some of the ways.
Keep in mind the words of Socrates: “An unexamined life is not worth living.”
With countless cartoons which show violence without pain and endorse dirty surroundings as elements of fun and enjoyment, the media has reversed the concepts of good and bad, writes Asma Siddiqui.
J. Samia Mair reflects upon her experiences as a revert Muslimah and wonders whether a liberal individual is necessarily tolerant.
Ayesha Khatib narrates the happenings at a three-day Character Fair in Star Links School.
We live in a world which gives us mixed messages regarding cleanliness (Taharah). The mass media encourages our children to get as dirty as they want. What guidance do we derive from the Quran and Sunnah regarding Taharah?
What an irony! A house is wiped clean of the last speck of dust. But the inmates either forgot or ignored to purify their hearts and souls along with it.
Maryam Sakeenah pays a humble tribute to Dr. Israr Ahmed.
Wondering how and where to begin the process of effective budgeting and income management? Ayesha Ashraf Jangda has some help at hand.
Alia Adil presents detailed rulings on Zakat-ul-Fitr.
Do you have questions about Itikaf? Sumaira Dada finds the answers.
Allah (swt) considers our human weaknesses and provides us leeway in the form of Fidya and Qada if we fall short of our obligations, writes Qainaf Najam.
he next time any of us is tempted to compare her husband to any other man (be it her father, a celebrity or a complete stranger), she should remember all that he has done and goes on doing for her and her family, that too without having to ask him!
As mothers of the next generation, we have to leave no stone unturned in inculcating high standards of cleanliness and purity in our little ones from day one, whether, we are in our private spaces or in public.
The son of a governor, belonging to a noble family, was commanded to be whipped before his own father’s eyes and that too by a common man, who had been wronged.
Please direct me towards some productive work, which I can do to utilize my free time.
Umm Isam discusses some of centres around which we base our lives, in her series of articles on the habits of highly effective teenagers.
An exclusive interview with Sara Basar, an aspiring lawyer.
The Prophet (sa) laid great emphasis on listening to the Quran, writes Naureen Aqueel.
Darakhshan Siddiqui's heart-touching piece about the death of her young friend, Suqaina.