The Story of Khadija By Saniyasnain Khan
Author: Saniyasnain Khan
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
Publication Year: 2013
About This Book:
Saniyasnain Khan's "The Story of Khadija" is a gripping novel that tells the remarkable life of Khadija bint Khuwaylid, Prophet Muhammad's (peace be upon him) first wife and a crucial figure in Islamic history. Saniyasnain Khan takes readers on a trip through Khadija's life, revealing insights into her character, contributions, and the tremendous love and support she offered the Prophet.
Khadija is introduced in this Book
The book begins with an introduction to Khadija, providing readers with information on her noble lineage, reputation as a successful businesswoman, and esteem in pre-Islamic Arabia.
The Prophet's Mission and Khadija
Saniyasnain Khan digs into Khadija's essential role in assisting the Prophet Muhammad throughout the early years of his mission. Readers obtain a better appreciation of her unwavering faith, dedication, and encouragement as she stood by the Prophet's side through the difficulties of delivering Islam's message.
Khadija, the Wife and Mother
This section delves into Khadija's familial life. Khan depicts her as a loving mother and wife who provides a nurturing and supportive atmosphere for her children and the Prophet. The chapter gives information on Khadija's role in the Prophet's home, which was distinguished by love and compassion.
The Legacy of Khadija
Saniyasnain Khan closes the book by commenting on Khadija's continuing legacy. Her accomplishments, sacrifices, and significant impact on the early Muslim community are discussed, with an emphasis on her long-lasting influence on Islamic history.