السراج الوهاج في خدمة الأزواج
The shining lamp on serving the spouses
This Arabic treatise explores the issue of the wife serving her husband and his family and vice versa. The foreword to the treatise has been written by our respected teacher Shaykh al-Ḥadīth Mufti Aḥmad Khānpūrī (b. 1365/1946) and Shaykh Mufti ʿAtīq Aḥmad Qāsmī (b. 1373/1954) of Lucknow, India.
The treatise is divided into three sections:
- The practice of the Muslim females in the Prophetic era in relation to serving their husbands and families and undertaking household chores. Forty ḥadīths are outlined to highlight this, supplemented with a further twelve general ḥadīths on being obedient to the husband.
- The jurisprudential ruling on serving the husband and undertaking household chores based on the views of the four schools of thought.
- The practice of the Muslim husbands in the Prophetic era in relation to supporting their wives and families and undertaking household chores. This is supplemented with some ḥadīths regarding the rights of a wife.
To read or download, click on the following link: Al-Siraj al-Wahhaj fi Khidmat al-Azwaj (Arabic)
Note: This treatise has been revised and updated, and published by Ismaeel Books. Click on this link to purchase a copy.