A Gift For Muslim Bride By Mufti Muhammad Hanif Abdul Majid


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A Gift for Muslim Birde By Mufti Muhammad Haneef Abdul Majid, translated into English by Mufti Afzal Hossen Elias.

The book “A Gift for Muslim Bride” cites the sterling examples of six women during the time of Rasulullah (s.a.w). The lessons that this book teaches include:

Obeying the husband
True love for the husband
Honouring and serving the husband being loyal towards the husband
Making one’s husband a Muslim or a pious person
Qualities of a good wife
How to remain the beloved of one’s husband
Bad habits of women and ways of losing them
How to live in harmony with one’s in-laws?
The rights that women owe to their husbands
Advice for the married couple
Formulas to avoid disputes between a bride and her husband,
Mother-in-law and sisters-in-law, which often lead to premature Separations and bitter feelings between entire families
Besides the above there are many other subjects and solutions discussed. By practising the teachings of this book, a home can become a garden of Jannah (Paradise) and means of attaining success in this world and in the Aakhirah (Hereafter).
The book “A Gift for Muslim Bride” deals with people’s domestic life. Since one’s domestic happiness has a direct bearing on one’s happiness outside the home, we advise that the contents of this book should be read with great earnestness and that the failings cautioned against should be avoided.
Although these failings may result from immaturity and inexperience, they are nevertheless extremely harmful. One should read this book with the intention of reforming oneself. One will be able to avoid these failings if one reads this book with the advices given in this book.
The book is in pdf format and one can download this book by clicking on the following download link.

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