The teaching of Holy Prophet regarding women's right are based on truth that none other women right activist can teach like this. The whole life of the Prophet is sample for humanity and his behavior towards women was kind and respectful. The life of the wives of the Holy Prophet was also a complete sample for muslim women. Life of Hazrat Ayesha is a role model for all situation and times of women which depict the ture life of muslim women. With the knowledge, good moral and self purification try to reformed Holy Prophet give training to Hazrat Ayesh. He loves a lot and have very close affection and keep special attention towards her training. This is due to that education and training she included young girls and boys in her training circle. Those having thrust of knowledge comes from far flung areas and she treated them as mother. This article tries to cover the different aspect of Hazrat Ayesha's life through which the stutus of women can be fenced.
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