Eating Like the Prophet 40 Prophetic Traditions in Poetic English By Moin Uddin Khan
Author: Moin Uddin Khan
Book Binding: Softcover
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2014
About This Book:
"Eating Like the Prophet 40 Prophetic Traditions in Poetic English" by Moin Uddin Khan a convincing and lovely assessment of the Prophet Muhammad's (tranquility) eating habits and practices. This book offers perusers an interesting look into the loved Prophet's food inclinations and eating decorums, as well as experiences into the all-encompassing way of life he taught, through superbly made sonnets.
A Wonderful Experience Through Custom
The book by Moin Uddin Khan takes perusers on a lovely excursion through 40 prophetic customs connecting with food, eating, and sustenance. Every custom is introduced melodiously, making it instructive as well as agreeable to peruse and consider.
Dietary Propensities for the Prophet: A Wellspring of Understanding
The Prophet Muhammad's dietary patterns are perceived for their effortlessness, balance, and mindfulness. This book shows the way that his eating decisions and lessons can act as a wellspring of motivation for those looking for a decent and invigorating way to deal with sustenance.
A Far-reaching Manual for 40 Practices
The book's 40 customs address an extensive variety of food-related issues, like the need to eat together, the upsides of explicit food varieties, the significance of appreciation, and the act of imparting dinners to other people. Every practice is joined by an idyllic editorial that adds viewpoint and profundity to the experience.
Appreciation and Careful Eating
"Eating Like the Prophet" accentuates the worth of careful eating and gratefulness, showing the way that these practices can further develop one's real and otherworldly prosperity. It welcomes perusers to think about the many advantages of food and to move toward dinners with mindfulness and regard.