Bahishti Zewar (Urdu: بہشتی زیور) is a volume of Islamic beliefs and practices written by Mawlānā Ashraf Ali Thanvi. Bahishti Zewar (translated as Heavenly Ornaments) is a comprehensive handbook of fiqh (jurisprudence), especially for the education of girls and women. The volume describes the Five Pillars of Islam and also highlights more obscure principles. For years it has remained a favorite with the people of the South Asia as well as the Indian Muslim diaspora all over the world. It was originally written in the Urdu language but has been translated into a host of other languages including English.
This book is divided into 8 sections.
Beliefs and Laws of Tahârah (Cleanliness)
3.Incorrect Beliefs and Actions
2.Salat and its Virtues
3.Fasting, Zakat, Qurbâni, Hajj, Vows, Apostasy, Halâl and Harâm, etc.
4.Marriage, Divorce, 'Iddah, Maintenance, Custody, the Rights of Living and Reciting the Qurân
5.Principles of Business and Pursuit of Wealth
6.Etiquette, Manners Reformation of the Heart Deeds and their Retribution, and the Signs of Qiyâmah
7.The Lives of Pious Women
8.Health Matters and Etiquette
(Corresponding to Volumes 9 and 10 of Original Urdu Text)
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