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The Crown of a Believer

A detailed treatise on the status of Islamic headgear in the light of the Ahadith and the lives of the sahaba. The author has taken great pains to establish the headgear in the light of the sunnah and other reliable sources. He has described the sunnah headgear in a most scholarly and commendable manner. In […]

  • Shaykh Husain Kadodia
  • Zam Zam Publishers
  • 2003
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The Crown of a Believer
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    A detailed treatise on the status of Islamic headgear in the light of the Ahadith and the lives of the sahaba.

    The author has taken great pains to establish the headgear in the light of the sunnah and other reliable sources. He has described the sunnah headgear in a most scholarly and commendable manner. In an era when one sees more hair than headgears, outside and even in the Mosque, a book of this nature is most welcome. Indeed, wearing the headgear is not ritualistic at all and it should form part of our overall efforts of reviving the sunnah and the spirit of islam.The way we conduct ourselves speaks much of the values we hold. Likewise, the way we dress reflects our cultural heritage, religious values and speaks a language of its own. A religiously dressed person portrays piety and a definite set of values. ‘The Crown of a Believer’ is a book written by Mufti Husain Kadodia (may Allah protect him), in which he has detailed the status of the Islamic headgear (the hat/topi) in the light of Hadith, the lives of Sahabah (radiyallahu ‘anhum) and those that followed.

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    • Shaykh Husain Kadodia
    • Zam Zam Publishers
    • 2003
    • Second
    • Karachi - Pakistan
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