why its sunnah to eat Dates in Islam – Ramadan and Dates (palm)


Dates in Ramadan

Dates are the fruits which are mentioned in the Quran. And there are many hadiths which mentioned about Dates:

In Quran:

“Shake the trunk of the palm toward you and fresh, ripe dates will drop down onto you.” (Surah Maryam: verse 25)

“And in the earth are tracts (diverse though) neighboring, and gardens of vines and fields sown with corn, and palm trees — growing out of single roots or otherwise: watered with the same water, yet some of them We make more excellent than others to eat. Behold, verily in these things there are signs for those who understand.” (Surah Al-Raad, verse 4)

Prophet Muhammad SAW Said:

“Break your fast by eating date’s as it is purifying,” (Ahmad).

“If you have a date, break your fast with it, if you don’t have it, break the fast with water as it is purifying.” (Abu Dawood).

”Ajwah (Ajwah Date’s are the best dates in quality which are available in the Madina Region of Saudi Arabia) dates are from Paradise.” (Al-Tirmidhi)

“The Prophet said there is a tree among the trees which is similar to a Muslim (in goodness), and that is the date palm tree.” (Bukhari)

“People in a house without dates are in a state of hunger.” (Muslim)

“Whoever eats seven date’s of the High Land of Madina in the morning will not be hurt by poison or sorcery on that day.” (Bukhari)

Nutrition in Dates

Dates are consists of Minerals: Calcium, Iron, Magnesium, Manganese, Phosphorus, Potassium, Sodium and Zinc. And Vitamins: A, C, E & K.

Health benefits of date’s:

Iron in Dates: Date’s contain a good amount of iron means iron is the essential element of our blood 70% of our body’s iron presents in red blood cells which is also called Hemoglobin which is responsible for carrying fresh oxygen to our brain, lungs and tissues.

Calcium in Date’s: Our body needs calcium to grow our body’s Skelton and to grow teeth and to keep them healthy. Dates are the good source of calcium. Consuming date’s on regular basis makes our bones stronger and we are protected from minor bone fractures etc.

Helps in Weight Gain: Date’s contain sugar means glucose which is responsible for gaining weight. Many people who are slim ant thin spent huge amount of money in useless products and diets to gain weight if they eat date on regular basis then they can easily gain weight, just 1 Kg of date’s contain more than 300 Calories. A good quality date can contain more potassium then banana if compare in equal quantity.

Rich Source of Antioxidants: Date’s are rich source of antioxidants, means consuming dates on regular basis can make you look younger and it will help you to recover sooner from minor injuries, scratches.

Internal Body Cleaning: Eating date regular helps in eliminating body toxins.

Easily Digestible: Date’s are easily digestible fruit so everyone can have dates it doesn’t matter the age weather he is a child or any elder in the family. Date are packed with high amount of energy so everyone should have dates.

Healthy Heart: Date’s are helpful in maintaining hearts health, one should have date’s by soaking it overnight in milk or in water for good effect.

Why Dates are Important in Ramadan?

As we know date’s are the natural pack of energy. As it contain sugar (glucose) which is very quickly convertible into energy and after having fast for the whole day we need that energy and dates can fulfill that. And as we have discussed in our other article eating large amount of food immediately after ending the fast is not good for health, so we can have date’s. Date are high in vitamins and minerals so they are like energy booster immediately after ending fast. It is better to have date in morning in Sehr.

And moreover this scientific reasoning it is mentioned in Quran and mentioned in Hadiths so for a Muslim that is enough.

Ramadan Preparation short and long Tips, MAXIMIZE the rewards


To gain the maximum profit/reward in Ramadan you have to prepare before it come or else you can miss some important starting days of Ramadan. Ramadan is only for just 30 days you don’t like to be miss any days of it. By taking care of small things you can maximize the Ramadan reward. So here is some few quick tips for you.

Short Ramadan Preparation Tips

  1. Create a Count Down for Ramadan/Ramazan
  2. Seek Knowledge about Ramadan
  3. Make Plan for Ramadan
  4. Prepare Your mind
  5. Say Good Bye to your Bad Habits
  6. Plan your work around your worship
  7. Reduce Coffee intake
  8. Early Break Fast
  9. Have three main meals avoid snacking in between

In Detail Ramadan Preparation Tips

Ramadan Count Down

Counting down for ramadan you can do this mentally, on calendar or etc. It will create buzz around and encourage others to keep fasting in ramadan. And it increases the excitement of Ramadan

Know Ramadan

When you know about Ramadan, then only you can realize how important month it, and how to maximize you reward in Ramadan. On seeking knowledge about Ramadan you ensure how to do things correctly and what are the other motivational aspects and events in the month to carry on and gain the maximum reward. If you don’t know anything about month of Ramadan it is just similar to other months.

Perfect Plan for Ramadan

There were lot of things have to do in Ramadan, so make a perfect PLAN for Ramadan. Have to recite the entire Quran, not missing any taraweeh prayer every night, inviting families and relatives over for iftaar or handle the Office work. So for this you have to stay focused and well planned and try to continue this plan after Ramadan too.

Prepare your mind

Fasting is not only limited to not eating, you have to be more vigilant with your conversations like lying, backbiting, slandering or talking about useless things, etc. So prepare your mind for this things too beside eating.

Say Good Bye to your Bad Habits

Ramadan is best month in which you can gave up you [Bad Habits], whether it was smoking, eating gutka, sleeping late in the morning, Social media junky, TV watching, Coffee craze and many more, So Slow it down before Ramadan starts So you can make a good use of Ramadan to rid some of your bad habits.

Work with Worship

Whether it was your office work hours, meeting, college, exams or events so make you work like it wouldn’t disturb your prayers or Quran timing

Reduce Coffee

Some people are addicted to coffee if they don’t take coffee in Ramadan they have headache during starting days of Ramadan. Reduce your caffeine intake now to make Ramadan a headache free.

Break Fast

Start having breakfast early in the morning to help our body get used to it, mainly for non-breakfast eater. In Ramadan we have to wake up early for Suhoor/Sehri for pre-dawn meal it’s not good to skip this.


Smokers who fasting Ramadan may experience various symptoms such as irritability restlessness, impatience anger and difficulty in concentrating during fasting hours. They have to reduce smoking during the day to control them self to keep calm. Ramadan is good month for Smokers to leave smoking any one can quit smoking in 30 days of Ramadan.


Many people have habit to eat all day some snacks they can control there hunger long time. For those can eat three main meals breakfast, lunch and dinner and don’t eat anything in between this. It will help you During Ramadan like we just have to cut only one meal in three meals and two meals are Suhoor/Sehri and Iftar.

Regulate Sleeping

You have to wake up early in the morning during Ramadan, if you sleep late usually and wake up late then from start regulate your sleep early in night so it will be comfortable to awake in the morning for Suhoor/Sehri.

Meal Planning

Prepare the list or menu what you have to eat in Suhoor and Iftar for first week of Ramadan, bring the ingredients from grocery. During first week of Ramadan you generally busy in adjusting this can save lot hassle and save lot of energy for Ramadan.

Ask Doctor  

If anyone have high blood pressure, diabetes, reflux etc. it is good to take an appointment with your doctor before Ramadan and check that it is save for you to fast.

Sunnah fasts

Fasts in Shaaban the month before Ramadan help us to prepare for Ramadan fasts, we can check mistakes and where to improve in fasts during Ramadan


Prepare kids for help you in housework like setting the table, preparing the Iftar. Create mini saving bank, and encourage kids to save money and donate during Eid. Prepare kids to wake up early in the morning. Explain the reward multiplied during Ramadan.

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Mosque in India- Largest Oldest mosques In India


Mosque in India are worlds largest and oldest. Islam is the second largest religion in India, with largest muslim population in the world.

Taj-ul-Masajid, Bhopal

Capacity 175,000- Construction 1844 “Taj-ul-Masajid” literally means “Crown Among Mosques”. It is one of the largest mosques in India. The Mosque has a pink facade topped by two 18-storey high octagonal minarets with marble domes.

Jamia Mosque, Srinagar

Built by Sultan Sikandar Shah Kashmiri Shahmiri in 1394 AD is situated at Nowhatta, in the middle of the old city.

Jama Masjid, Delhi

The Masjid-i Jahān-Numā is one of the largest mosques in India. Built by Mughal emperor Shah Jahan between 1644-56 at the time a cost of construction was 1 million rupees

Makkah Masjid, Hyderabad

Foundation laid by Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah and Completed by Aurangzeb in 1694. Muhammad Quli Qutb Shah, the fifth ruler of the Qutb Shahi dynasty, commissioned bricks to be made from the soil brought from Mecca, the holiest site of Islam, and used them in the construction of the central arch of the mosque.

Bara Imambara, Lucknow

Built by Asaf-ud-Daula, Nawab of Awadh, in 1784. Bara means big, and an imambara is a shrine built by Shia Muslims for the purpose of Azadari. The Bara Imambara is among the grandest buildings of Lucknow.

Jama Mosque, Champaner, Gujarat

UNESCO World Heritage Site Built by Sultan Mahmud Bdgada on 1513 AD. and is among the 114 monuments there which are listed by the Baroda Heritage Trust.

Beemapally Mosque, Kerala

Beemapally Masjid is an impressive building with its imposing façade and soaring minarets. The tomb of Beema Beevi, the lady with miraculous powers who is believed to belong to the Prophet Mohammed’s family, is the main attraction at this mosque.

Tipu Sultan Mosque, Kolkata

Built in 1832 by Prince Ghulam Mohammed The youngest son of Tipu Sultan. Located at 185 Dhartamtalla Street, the mosque is a relic of architectural and cultural heritage.

Nakhoda Masjid, Kolkata

Built by Kutchi Memon Jama’at on 1926, Nakhoda meaning Mariner. The mosque was built as an imitation of the mausoleum of Mughal Emperor Akbar at Sikandra, Agra by Kutchi Memon Jamat, a small community of Sunni Muslim community from Kutch.

Chota Imambara, Lucknow

also known as Imambara Hussainabad Mubarak is an imambara or a congregation hall for Shia Muslims, Built by Muhammad Ali Shah, the third Nawab of Awadh in 1838. it was to serve as his own mausoleum and his mother, who is buried beside him

Jama Mosque, Ahmedabad

is the most splendid mosque of Ahmedabad, built in 1424 during the reign of Ahmed Shah I. Lying in the old walled city, the mosque is situated outside Bhadra Fort area. The inscription on the mihrab commemorates the inauguration of the mosque on January 4, 1424 by Sultan Ahmad Shah I. The mosque was originally intended only for private use of the sultans.

Masjid Rasheed, Deoband

Darul Uloom Deoband, is the Darul uloom Islamic school in India where the Deobandi Islamic movement began. The school was founded in 1866 and made great efforts for the freedom of India. After the Indian Rebellion of 1857, to counter the British plan to enslave India culturally, Darul Uloom Deoband learning centre was established on 21 May 1866 by Maulana Muhammad Qasim Nanautavi. The Deobandi Islamic movement originated in the Darul Uloom and Shri Bala Sundri temple.

Sidi Saiyyed Mosque, Ahmedabad

Famous for beautifully carved ten stone latticework windows (jalis) Built in 1573 built by Sidi Saeed or Sidi Saiyyed, an Abyssinian in the retinue of Bilal Jhajar Khan, general in the army of the last Sultan Shams-ud-Din Muzaffar Shah III of the Gujarat Sultanate.

Five Pillars of Islam- Shahadah-Salat-Zakat-Fasting-Hajj


Five Pillars of Islam.

In Islam, A Muslim have to perform these Five Basic Duties in His Life which are Mandatory to be a Muslim. They Are:-

  1. Shahadah
  2. Salat
  3. Zakat
  4. Fasting
  5. Hajj

1. Shahadah:

For a Muslim the First Pillar of Islam is to declare and belief of Their Faith that there is only one God (Allah) and that Muhammad is God’s messenger. Every Muslim Have to Believe this:-

Declaration in Arabic and Translation:-

لَا إِلٰهَ إِلَّا الله مُحَمَّدٌ رَسُولُ الله

LA ILAHA ILLALLAH Muhammadur Rasulullah

It Means: “There is no god but God (and) Muhammad is the messenger of God.”

Shahadah in Arabic and Translation

أشهد أن لااله الا الله
وأشهد ان محمد رسول الله

Ashhadu Alla Ilaha Illa Allah Wa Ashhadu Anna Muhammad Rasulu Allah

It Means: I bear witness that there is no God but Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is His Messenger.

2. Salat:

Salat is The Word in Arabic for Prayer. Muslims Have to perform Daily Five Times Prayer, They Can Perform these prayers anywhere Like Office, Home, Building, Garden etc., but it should be clean. It is better to Perform Prayer in Mosque. Muslims have to offer their prayer by facing their face towards Kaaba (Makkah), before this they have to Wash their hands and face which is called abulation or Wadu (Islamic Way of Cleanliness). There are Five Prayers Which Are offered at Different times of the day. These Prayers Are Fajar, Zohar, Assar, Magrib and Eishan. For more Details on Prayers Click Here/Read more…

3. Zakat:

It Means Charity and this is done to make pure or purifying one’s wealth from the Allah’s blessing. Zakat is Compulsory for All Muslims who are Wealthy. Muslims Should Do Charity and Charity Could Be of Money as well as Good Deeds. Muslims Have to Donate a Portion of Money from Their Income to the Poor’s and Needy People. Charity should not be given as loan or for Promotion means. Payment should be in kind. A Muslims intentions should be clear for charity. Zakat is Fard as Allah Told Muslims to give zakat in Quran in Chapter 9 Verses 103:

خُذْ مِنْ أَمْوَالِهِمْ صَدَقَةً تُطَهِّرُهُمْ وَتُزَكِّيهِم بِهَا وَصَلِّ عَلَيْهِمْ ۖ إِنَّ صَلَاتَكَ سَكَنٌ لَّهُمْ ۗ وَاللَّهُ سَمِيعٌ عَلِيمٌ

Take, [O, Muhammad], from their wealth a charity by which you purify them and cause them increase, and invoke [Allah’s blessings] upon them. Indeed, your invocations are reassurance for them. And Allah is Hearing and Knowing.

Zakat is Compulsory for All Adult Muslims, and The Amount of Zakat to be paid is 2.5% of Income.

4. Fasting:

Muslims Use to do fasting in the month of Ramadan. In this month Muslims do not eat or drink anything from dawn to dusk. Every Adult Muslim have to perform Fasting, in this month they believed that the devils are chained up and the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of hell are closed. Fasting is exceptional for those who are travelling and for those who are seriously ill, very elders and Kids. Muslims belief that in this month Rewards for the good Deeds are multiplied Upto 700 times. Muslims use to offer extra Prayers in this Months.  Click Here/Read more…

5. Hajj:

Hajj is a Pilgrimage to Makkah. This Pilgrimage is offered in the Month of Dhu’l-hIjjah, which is the Twelfth Month of Islamic Calendar. After this pilgrimage Eid-al Zuha or Festival of Sacrifice is celebrated. During This Pilgrimage All Muslims Around the world is gathered at Makkah to offer hajj. Hajj is offered on eighth, ninth and tenth day of this month. Every Muslim Who is able (wealth wise an Health wise) Should Perform Hajj in his life at least once. Hajj is Offered in a special dress called Ihram Clothes this clothes are just two White Sheets of Clothes. Muslims use to walk anti-clock wise to the Kaaba to perform hajj. Performing Hajj is not achievement it is Submission. For More Details On How Hajj is Performed Click Here/Read more…


Ramadan Best of all Months Why Fasting is Necessary and Ramazan Details


What is Ramadan?

Muslims Follows Islamic Calendar (Lunar Calendar Based on Moon) and the Ninth Month of Islamic Calendar is Ramadan.

Muslims Celebrate this month by Fasting, and this is celebrated Worldwide.

Ramadan is the month when the Holy Book Quran has been revealed to Prophet Muhammad SAW (PBUH).

Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. (These Five Pillars are the Main Foundation for Muslims.)

  1. Faith: that there is only one God(Allah) and that Muhammadis God’s messenger.
  2. Prayer: five daily prayers
  3. Charity: If Able then, Giving to the Needy
  4. Fasting: Also Called as Swam (Fasting in the Month of Ramadan)
  5. Hajj: Applicable to Muslims Who Are able (Wealthy) Pilgrimage to Mecca.


For More Details on Five Pillars of Islam Click Here/Read More…

What is Fasting?

Fasting in the month of Ramadan is Fard (Click Here for what is Fard) This Is Compulsory for every Adult Muslim, Except Those Muslims who are Travelling and The Conditions are unfavorable to have fasted, and for those who are seriously ill, and very elder and unable to fast, etc.

Fasting is from dawn to dusk, there are many Criteria for fixing the Schedule for fasting Click Here to Know More…

In Between, This Muslim are not allowed to Consume any Food, Drinks, Smoking and Any Sexual Activities. Muslims are also not allowed to listen to music, party etc, and they are not allowed to speak any unlawful speech or use the abusive language they can’t lie, backbiting, insulting, etc.

Why Fasting is Necessary?

Because Allah told Muslims to do Fasting In The Quran, Chapter 2, Verse 185 it states that:-

شَهْرُ رَمَضَانَ الَّذِي أُنزِلَ فِيهِ الْقُرْآنُ هُدًى لِّلنَّاسِ وَبَيِّنَاتٍ مِّنَ الْهُدَىٰ وَالْفُرْقَانِ ۚ فَمَن شَهِدَ مِنكُمُ الشَّهْرَ فَلْيَصُمْهُ ۖ وَمَن كَانَ مَرِيضًا أَوْ عَلَىٰ سَفَرٍ فَعِدَّةٌ مِّنْ أَيَّامٍ أُخَرَ ۗ يُرِيدُ اللَّهُ بِكُمُ الْيُسْرَ وَلَا يُرِيدُ بِكُمُ الْعُسْرَ وَلِتُكْمِلُوا الْعِدَّةَ وَلِتُكَبِّرُوا اللَّهَ عَلَىٰ مَا هَدَاكُمْ وَلَعَلَّكُمْ تَشْكُرُونَ

“The month of Ramadhan [is that] in which was revealed the Qur’an, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever sights [the new moon of] the month, let him fast it; and whoever is ill or on a journey – then an equal number of other days. Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and [wants] for you to complete the period and to glorify Allah for that [to] which He has guided you, and perhaps you will be grateful”. – SAHIH INTERNATIONAL(Translation).


As per Islam, it is Believed that Ramzan is the Best of all Months as the Holy Book of Muslims has been Revealed in this month to the Prophet Muhammad SAW(PBUH). The First revelation was sent down on the night of  Laylat al-Qadr (Click Here to Know more What is Laylat al-Qadr.) Which is also called as the Night of Powers.


Who Can Fast?

Muslims Have to Fast. As per Quran Allah told Muslims to Fast in the month of Ramadan. To get closer to Allah, for acquiring Patience, for refining manners, for being more charitable etc. Click Here to Know More On Benefits Of Fasting.

Prophet Muhammad SAW Said

Prophet Muhammad SAW(PBUH) Said: Whenever anyone eats next to a fasting person, the angels perform dua for the fasting person until the other finishes eating.

Prophet Muhammad SAW(PBUH) Said: “Whoever fasts in the month of Ramadan out of sincere faith, and hoping for a reward from Allah, all his previous sins will be forgiven.

Prophet Muhammad SAW(PBUH) Said: Fasting is shield it will protect you from the hellfire and prevent you from sins.

Belief of Ramadan

Muslims Belief that in the month of Ramadan Gates of Heaven are Opened and the Gates of Hell are Closed and in the month of Ramadan all devils are Chained up.

Muslims also Belief that in the Month of Ramadan one can change Positively by learning discipline, In the month of Ramadan a Muslim Person can learn self-control by fasting and avoiding Unless things. They become More Charitable, Social Relations becomes Better, There are many Health Benefits of Fasting in Ramadan.

In the month of Ramadan Muslims are Believed that the Reward for good Work And Prayers Charity will be Multiplied to 700 Times.

And There is One Night Called Laylat al-Qadar which is Better than 1000 Months. And This Night will be in the Last Ten Days of Ramadan in Odd Days. When Muslims Are Highly Rewarded For Their Prayers. (Click Here to Know More on Laylat al-Qadar)

Details About Ramadan

The Month of Ramadan is generally of 29 Days or 30 Days. And as per Islam, it is Divided into 3 Parts.

  1. First Ten Days of Mercy: In This (1-10 Days) Muslims Have Should have to Seek Mercy From Allah.
  2. Second Ten Days of Forgiveness: In this (11-20 Days) Muslims Should seek Allah’s Forgiveness and Repent for sins in those days.
  3. And the last Ten Days for Protecting from Hellfire: In This(21-30 Days) Muslims Should Pray From Allah to Protect us from the Hellfire.


Acts to Be Avoided During Ramadan

Any Activity which leads to Sins or Which Are Unpleasant are Avoided at any time but It should be Especially Take care in the month of Ramadan, As The Rewards are Multiplied by 700 times in this Month Then Obviously Sins are also multiplied.

During Ramadan Muslims Especially Take Care of Backbiting,

Verbal Abuse and Use of Vulgar Language,

False Speech or Telling Lies,

Smoking and Drinking Intoxicants Like Alcoholic Beverages

Listening or Singing to Non-Islamic Music and Songs,

Reading Or Accessing Books-websites which doesn’t teach anything just the Waste of Time.

Wasting Resources like water, Purchasing Too Many Clothes, Wasting Money Uselessly

And have to take care of Food, No Wastage of Food. As Ramadan, Itself Teaches a Muslim how to respect food by Fasting and it Remind us as many of them don’t get one-time food in a day in many Countries.

Acts Which Are Highly Rewarded in Ramadan

Muslims Should Not Miss any Prayer- Have to perform Daily Five times Prayer with all Sunnah Prayers also.

Be Charitable- to the needy Person Give Lot’s Of Charity to the Poor And Needy People

Observing Itikaf (Itikaf: Means Staying in Mosque for a Certain Days For Devoting Oneself to Allah.)

Praying On Layout al-Qadar

Reciting Quran-Try to Read Each Chapter each Day 30 (Quran Have 30 Chapters)Chapter for 30 Fasting Days in Ramadan.

Providing Food to the Persons who are Fasting.

Pray all 5 Daily Salaah’s On Time

Study And Learn Islamic Knowledge

Try To Learn Quran

Do Lots of Dua(Pray)

Avoid Arguing and Fighting.

How Schedule is Fixed For Fasting

As Muslims Follows Islamic Calendar which is based on Moon’s Phases the New Moon or the Crescent moon Starts the Islamic Month.

Islamic Year is 12 Months, 354 Days. Which is 11 Days Shorter then Georgian Calendar.

Muslims Have to finish their Breakfast Before Fajar Prayer which is usally prayed before SunRises and they can have food just 10 Minutes Before Magrib Prayer which is Prayed Just After Sunset.

For More Details On Timing Of Prayers Refer This Link https://www.islam21c.com/seasonal-reminders/ramadan/3087-the-correct-time-to-start-your-fast/


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Khadija(RA) one of the 4 perfect women to have ever lived on the face of earth


Khadija(RA) is one of the 4 perfect women to have ever lived on the face of earth.
Lady Khadija (sa) was one of the greatest women of the world and her rank is as high as the great Mary/Maryam the mother of Prophet Jesus/Isa (pbuh). Prophet Muhammad (saw) says about her: “Four greatest women of the world are: Khadijah bint Khuwaylid, Fatimah bint Muhammad, Mary bint Emran and Asiya bint Muzahim, the wife of Pharaoh.”(Sahih)
Allah(swt) Himself sent Salams to Khadija(RA), while He did not do it for Ayesha(RA).
It is then no small wonder that one day, Jibril (as) came to the Prophet (saw) and said: “O Allah’s Messenger! This is Khadijah, coming to you with a dish having meat soup (or some food or drink). When she reaches you, greet her on behalf of her Lord (Allah) and on my behalf, and give her the glad tidings of having a palace made of Qasab in Paradise, wherein there will be neither any noise nor any toil, (fatigue, trouble, etc.).”(Sahih)
She was the first person to accept Islam. She was the first person who offered prayers to Allah (SWT) with her husband. Whenever prophet Muhammad (saw) went into the presence of Allah (SWT), she was his constant companion. She was the first Mother of Believers
 The Prophet cried for Khadija whenever he remembered her even after her death.
Once, years after Lady Khadija (sa) died, Prophet Muhammad (saw) came across a necklace that she once wore. When he saw it, he remembered her and began to cry and mourn. His love for her never died. Once Aisha (sa) asked the Prophet Muhammad (saw) if Khadijah (sa) had been the only woman worthy of his love. The Prophet Muhammad (saw) replied: “She believed in me when no one else did; she accepted Islam when people rejected me; and she helped and comforted me when there was no one else to lend me a helping hand.”(Sahih)
The Prophet agreed that he did not get any wife better than Khadija.
Prophet Muhammad (saw) always remembered Khadija tul Kubra (sa) and moaned, “Never did Allah (SWT) give me a better wife than Khadijah. She hailed my mission at a time when everybody shouted against it. She lent me the support of her conviction when there was hardly a believer. She enlivened my heart when I felt lonely and deserted. Khadijah’s love was given to me by Allah (SWT). How could I forget her?”(Sahih)


  • She turned down many marriage proposals.

  • She asked the Prophet to marry her.

  • She was 15 years older than Muhammad.

  • She was a successful and esteemed business woman.

  • She was an ideal wife; theirs was a true love story.

  • She was the first Muslim.

  • She spent her worldly riches on the poor.

Please mail/comment if there is any incorrect, to add more information, we are going to update that as soon as it is possible

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Sayyidah Aisha (RA) and Prophet Muhammad PBUH