Good Courtesy in the Light of Hikayat-e-Masnavi (A Research Review)

اخلاق حسنہ حکایت مثنوی کی روشنی میں:تحقیقی جائزہ


  • Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Idrees Al-Azhari Research Scholar
  • Muhammad Abu Bakar Muhammad Abu Bakar Research Scholar


KEYWORDS: Al-Riḍā, Fairūzābādī, Baṣā’ir, Sufis’ maxims, Inferences.


Islam is a natural religion based on high values and virtues. A complete system for the training of the individual, and the welfare of the society emerges from the study of the Qur'an and Sunnah. The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) gave an exemplary training to the Companions, by which they became a group with an exemplary character and behavior in the history of the world. Each of them has shone as a model of Islamic guidance. Moral teachings of Aftab-i-Resalat taught Arabs and non-Arabs the lofty morals that gave humanity the highest consciousness of a purposeful life. The Sufis played the most important role in the development of the moral teachings of the Crown Prince of the Universe. Maulana Rum is one of the imams of Sufism who have the status of sources of spirituality. He wrote a book called "Musnawi Manawi" full of important mysteries and symbols, which is still used by the world from East to West. The present study has reviewed the same to highlight the moral conduct and good courtesy.

Author Biographies

Dr. Hafiz Muhammad Idrees Al-Azhari, Research Scholar

Research Scholar, Al-Mahad Al-Islami Denmark

Muhammad Abu Bakar Muhammad Abu Bakar, Research Scholar

Librarian, Al-Mahad Al-Islami Denmark