Islamic Etiquettes for a Newborn Child

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Darussalam Research Division
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Islamic Etiquettes for a Newborn Child 
ISBN: 9789960717746
Author: Darussalam Research Division
Book Binding: Softcover
Pages: 23
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication year: 2001
About This Book:
"Islamic Etiquettes for a Newborn Child" is a touching and instructive guide that delves into the cherished traditions and etiquettes associated with the birth of a new baby in Islam. This book, rich in cultural and religious importance, provides parents, families, and communities with a complete grasp of the Islamic rites and practices related to welcoming a newborn into the world.
Key Characteristics include:
A Celebration of Life:
The birth of a child is a big occasion in Islam, and this book captures the joy and blessings that a new life gives to a family. It walks readers through the numerous phases of commemorating this historic occasion.
Islamic Traditions:
"Islamic Etiquettes for a Newborn Child" focuses on the conventions and rituals that Muslims have followed for millennia. The book addresses the key parts of Islamic etiquette linked to childbirth, from naming the newborn to saying prayers and supplications.
Spiritual Significance: 
The book dives into the spiritual significance of a newborn child as well as the blessings that come with parenthood. It underlines the significance of being grateful to Allah for the gift of a child.
Parental obligations:
It highlights parents' obligations in nurturing and raising their children in accordance with Islamic principles, ethics, and morals. It promotes a loving and nurturing environment for the infant.
Community and Family Involvement:
The importance of community and family involvement in welcoming a new baby is also emphasized in the book. It describes the roles of relatives, neighbors, and friends on this wonderful occasion.

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