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The early period of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)

The early period of Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH)

The series of Prophethood began with Hazrat Adam (peace be upon him), and now the time for its completion came with the arrival and blessed wanderings of the crown prince of the caravan of Prophets. When it came near, he came to fulfill the need for a great and last leader to guide mankind, and historians divide the Makkah and Madani periods of his blessed life. In Makkah about 53 years, and Madani is difficult at about 10 years.

Life in Makkah

Birth Of Holy Prophet PBUH

There is a difference of opinion among historians about the date of birth of Hazrat Muhammad. May Allah bless him and grant him peace. According to some, it is August 20, 570 AD. 9 Rabi al-Awwal is the first year after Aam al-Fail, according to most people, on April 22, 571 CE, because the day of 9 Rabi al-Awwal corresponds to the same date, two Saturdays and Mondays.

Shah al-Zahri also wrote in his book Zia al-Nabi that the date of birth of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was 12 Rabi al-Awwal, and this tradition is also mentioned in Sirat Ibn Hisham. My mother’s name is Hazrat Amna. His grandfather named him Muhammad, and his father named him Ahmad in Majda. Many miracles were witnessed at the time of his birth; for example, the palace of Shirwan was broken into 14 pieces. All the rivers dried up, and water was released in Wadi Sama.

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Bringing Up By Haleema

According to the traditions, Abu Lahab, the maidservant Thawayba, was the first to breastfeed. Six months after the birth, according to the Arab constitution, Khatam-ul-Nabieen Hazrat Muhammad (peace be upon him) was entrusted to Hazrat Mai Halima Sayyida. Waslam stayed there for about four years. During this time, many miracles took place, such as the incident of a Shaq Sadr, the increase in the number of goats, etc.

Death Of Mother (Age 6 year)

After four years, Khatam-ul-Nabieen Hazrat Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) visited his mother, Sahiba. Hazrat Muhammad (peace be upon him) was six years old, his mother Sahiba took him to her husband’s grave. Take Madinah along for pilgrimage. During the return, Mother Majda died at Abwa’s place and was buried there. Hazrat Umm Ayman, who was your servant, Grandfather, who took you to Makkah, fulfilled the duty of sponsoring.

Death Of grand Father (Age 8 year)

Hazrat Abdul Muttalib passed away when he was only eight years old. Khatam-ul-Nabieen Hazrat Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was entrusted with the duty of raising and caring for his kind uncle Abu Talib. Do not spare any effort in raising your orphaned nephew.

Journey  to syria with Uncle (Age 12 year)

What was the business of Prophet Muhammad’s uncle? When you were 12 years old, you went on a pilgrimage to Syria. At the place of Basra, a monk named Bahria prophesied that he would be the last prophet and also said that he should not be taken further, lest the Jews recognize him and cause him any harm.

Harb-ul-fijar fijar (Age 15 year)

He reached the age of 15 years, a war broke out between the tribes of Quraysh, Kinana, and Qais. This life is known as Harb-ul-Fijar because it was fought by Ms. He (PBUH) participated in this war to such an extent that Khatam-ul-Nabieen Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) would only pick up the arrows of the enemies and give them to his uncles.


At the end of Harb al-Fajr, each agreement was reached. In which Bani Hashim, Bani Tamim, and Bani Asad participated in the agreement, the word “Fazl” was common in the names of the three chiefs involved. That is why the treaty was named Halaf-ul-Fazul. Hazrat Muhammad’s uncle, Zubair bin Abdul Muttalib, played an important role in this treaty.

Marriage With Hazrat Khadeeja RA (Age 25 year)

Hazrat Muhammad (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) adopted trade money as a source of livelihood. Hazrat Khadijah heard the reputation of the Prophet Muhammad’s honesty and trustworthiness and sent a message to take his goods and trade to Syria.

He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) accepted and traveled to Syria with a trading caravan and gained a lot of profit. Hazrat Khadija’s slave, “Misra,” described the qualities of Prophet Muhammad SAW. He, upon the advice of Abu Talib, accepted it. He recited the marriage sermon from Abu Talib and fixed five golden dirhams as the right dowry.

Construction of Kaaba (Age 35)

Until now, the walls of the Kaaba were rough; due to rain and floods, the walls fell down and were rebuilt. When the opportunity to inherit the Black Stone came, every tribe wanted to get this blessing. No solution came out it was decided that the first person who entered the Kaaba in the morning would install it. He (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) was the first to enter. He reached there, the Prophet (PBUH) again raised it with his blessed hand and installed it there. Everyone was very happy with this decision.

Cave of Hira (About 40 years old)

They often used to go to the Cave of Hara for religious worship and austerity. The Cave of Hara is two miles away from Makkah. The events of the entire month of Ramadan Sharif take place with them, and they spend the whole month there.


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