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FASHION IN HIJAB

Women's dress in Islamic culture is based on a principle of female modesty. Customs of the time, place, and social class of the woman influence what she might wear. Some options include hijab or modest, loose clothing and a scarf over the head and under the chin and burqa or burka, a more complete covering of the head, face and body.





























Hijab
is the Arabic term most commonly translated as “veil” in English -the traditional head, face or body covering of women in the Middle East and the Islamic world. Hijab, however, does not necessarily mean “veil” in the English sense of a head scarf, and has no exact translation in English.






























The
Quran refers to the hijab repeatedly, but never as an article of women’s clothing. Rather, it refers to the hijab as “seclusion”, and does so particularly in reference to the Prophet Muhammad’s wives, who were to be secluded—as a sign of their social exclusivity.

























Islam
has set minimum standards for personal modesty, which are reflected in the various styles of clothing worn among Muslims. While such standards may seem out-dated or conservative to some people, Muslims view these values of public decency as timeless.















In
Islam, all individuals become responsible and accountable for their behavior at the age of puberty. The Islamic teachings about modest dress apply to any person, male or female, at that time.
Islamic teachings on this subject are based on the Qur'an, and on the specific sayings/traditions of the Prophet Muhammad(PBUH), known as the hadith. In one often-cited tradition, it is reported that a young woman visited Muhammad's wife Aisha (RA) while she was wearing see-through clothing. Muhammad(PBUH) averted his eyes and told her, "After a young woman reaches the age of puberty, nothing should be seen of her except this and this," motioning to his face and hands. Therefore, it is expected at this age for Muslim girls to adapt more modest styles of dress that do not expose too much.

2 comments:

Rajesh said...

Hi Sir,

Can you please send me the contact details of the person or company dealing with the shiji fashion dresses? Thanks

My email id is rajesh.boodhoo@gmail.com

Warm Regards,
Rajesh

Rabiya said...

Hi,
I would also like to know where/who I can buy these hijabs from. My email is rabiyam23@gmail.com.
Thanks

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