SHAIMA SADIAH'S LULLABIES FOR THE HOLY PROPHET (PBUH)

Authors

  • Dr. Hafiz Mohammad Sarwar
  • Dr. Ghulam Ahmad
  • Dr. Ume Habiba
  • Muhammad Kalid

Abstract

Since ancient times, every nation has been providing peace and happiness to their children with melodious lullabies and the lullabies have been a part of the culture of that nation. In the same way, the Arab civilization has also been very familiar with the lullabies from the Jahili period to the modern era. The descriptive research design of this article describes the Holy Prophet (PBUH)'s childhood spent with Halima Sadiah. Especially those sweet moments spent with Halima's elder daughter Shaima Sadiah, who sang sweetly to sleep and comfort the Holy Prophet (PBUH). According to the main findings the themes of Shaima Sadiah's lullabies are gorgeous and encourage the researchers to explore.

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Published

2021-07-13

How to Cite

Dr. Hafiz Mohammad Sarwar, Dr. Ghulam Ahmad, Dr. Ume Habiba, & Muhammad Kalid. (2021). SHAIMA SADIAH’S LULLABIES FOR THE HOLY PROPHET (PBUH). PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 18(17), 864-875. Retrieved from https://www.archives.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/11572

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