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It is legally hers to manage, control, and to dispose it off as and when she wants.

She is also eligible to receive gifts from those she would inherit from. This is contradictory because she can inherit only one-third of the man's share but can get gifts without any hassle.

Property rights of a wife in Islam In the famous Shah Bano case, the Supreme Court had held that in case of a divorce, it is the responsibility of the husband to make reasonable and fair provision to maintain his former wife even after separation under Section 3 1Ha of the Muslim Women Protection of Rights on Divorce Act, If there is more than one wife, the share may come down to one-sixteenth.

Property rights of a mother in Islam A Muslim mother is entitled to inherit from her children, if they are independent. She is eligible to inherit one-sixth of her dead child's property if her son is a father as well. What more? Thereafter, he received revelations over a period of 23 years. According to hadith and Muslim history, after Muhammad immigrated to Medina and formed an independent Muslim community, he ordered many of his companions to recite the Quran and to learn and teach the laws, which were revealed daily.

It is related that some of the Quraysh who were taken prisoners at the Battle of Badr regained their freedom after they had taught some of the Muslims the simple writing of the time. Thus a group of Muslims gradually became literate. As it was initially spoken, the Quran was recorded on tablets, bones, and the wide, flat ends of date palm fronds.

Most suras were in use amongst early Muslims since they are mentioned in numerous sayings by both Sunni and Shia sources, relating Muhammad's use of the Quran as a call to Islam, the making of prayer and the manner of recitation.

However, the Quran did not exist in book form at the time of Muhammad's death in The agent of revelation is mentioned as the "one mighty in power", [36] the one who "grew clear to view when he was on the uppermost horizon.

Then he drew nigh and came down till he was distant two bows' length or even nearer. According to Welch, these seizures would have been seen by those around him as convincing evidence for the superhuman origin of Muhammad's inspirations. However, Muhammad's critics accused him of being a possessed man, a soothsayer or a magician since his experiences were similar to those claimed by such figures well known in ancient Arabia. Welch additionally states that it remains uncertain whether these experiences occurred before or after Muhammad's initial claim of prophethood.

The Quran describes Muhammad as "ummi", [39] which is traditionally interpreted as "illiterate", but the meaning is rather more complex. Medieval commentators such as Al-Tabari maintained that the term induced two meanings: first, the inability to read or write in general; second, the inexperience or ignorance of the previous books or scriptures but they gave priority to the first meaning. Muhammad's illiteracy was taken as a sign of the genuineness of his prophethood.

For example, according to Fakhr al-Din al-Razi , if Muhammad had mastered writing and reading he possibly would have been suspected of having studied the books of the ancestors. Some scholars such as Watt prefer the second meaning of "ummi"—they take it to indicate unfamiliarity with earlier sacred texts.

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The maraikkayar all belong to the Shafi'I madhab school of Quranic law , Shafi'I affiliation tends to reflect connections with Arabia, The maraikkayar take this Shafi'I affiliation as proof of their separate superior status and identity. They maintain these divisions by marrying with their fellow Shafi'Is from the Malabar coast and south east Asia in preference to Tamil speaking Hanafi's.

Settlements of Maraikkayar The cultivated Muslim life style, which became the hallmark of these Coastal centres derived from the success of the Maraikkayars' commercial Operations and also from their links to south India's pre-colonial Courts 'Hindu' courts as they would now be termed.

With the profits of their wide-ranging trade ventures these Maraikkayar were able to turn their towns into miniature showcases of Islamic piety. By the beginning of The eighteenth century towns such as Nagore ,Kayalpatanam ,Kilakkarai And Adirampatanam had become celebrated throughout the Indian Ocean Trading region for the wealth and profusion of their religious institutions. Kayalpatanam contains a series of fine Early masjids including the periyapalli 'great mosque' , which was built in AD,and Kilakkarai has come to be equally well known for its great array of imposing mosques and Dargahs.

This maraikkayar notable came from along line of Kilakkarai ship owners and commercial men. A family history dating from the early eighteenth century claims that the Sitakkati's ancestors were the main suppliers of horses to the fourteenth century Pandya kings of Tamilnad, and that one of their number actually married a Pandya princess. He is also said to have laid the foundations of the great jama masjid Friday mosque at Kilakkarai. Sufi Tradition in Coromandel Coast Virtually all the coastal Muslim centers have produced celebrated lines of Sufi scholar - mystics, most of them based around the region's many Qadiri and Shattari teaching foundations.

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Among the best known of these is the lineage of the seventeenth — century Qadiri Sufi, Shaikh Sadaqatullah of Kayalpatanam This scholar - mystic and his successors were attached to famous Khanaqah teaching hospice which was founded in the early seventeenth century and which still attracts pupils and Sufi literary men From all over south India ,and from SriLanka, Malaysia and Indonesia as well.

Genealogy of the main line of Kayalpatanam Qadiri Sufis: Saikh Sulaiman Shaikh Sadaqatullah 22 Shaikh Muhammad Shaikh Abdal — Qadir Shaikh Umar 23 Shaikh Abdal — Qadir Shaikh Sadaqatullah's father was Shaikh Sulaiman founder of this Kayalpatanam teaching foundation; its adjacent shrine complex contains the tombs of the family's leading members.

Another important Khanaqah was founded by the Qadiriyya master Shaikh Umar of Kayalpatanam Like many other maraikkayar Sufis, his son Shaikh Abdul Qadir had strong ties to the Malabar Qadiriyyas who emigrated from the Hadhramaut in the eighteenth - century. The houses are grouped together in elaborate Mohullas family — based neighbour hoods and this mohulla system distinguishes the richest Maraikkayar towns from all other Muslim centers in south India.

The Labbais The Labbais of Arab origin. The Arab merchants who settled in the ports of Tamil country had brought along with them some Arabs as helpers. Hence these Muslims and their offspring came to be known as Labbais.

The Arab refugees who came along with the Arab traders and their children through their Indian wives were also known as Labbais.

The word Labbai was also applicable to the Hindu converts to Islam. The Labbais were mainly traders. Some of them were also engaged in agriculture and mat making. In the erstwhile North Arcot and present Vellore District, the Labbais mostly own the tanning industry , there by breaking the monopoly of the Chakilies.

A section of the Labbais speaks Tamil and Urdu is the mother tongue of the others. He asserts all Labbais is Sunnis, included coastal fishermen And pearl- divers as well as large numbers of hinterland cultivators, Weavers and other artisans, and petty traders including people engaged in Trades such as fish-selling and leather-making The Census Report of , says that "the Labbais are known as Coromandel Moplas, with a slight admixture of Arab blood and native converts, they are thrifty, industrious and enterprising, plucky mariners and expert traders and they are distinct from Marakkayars"25 "Labbai" is considered to be a class name for the purpose of educational and job concessions in Tamil Nadu at present.

As the Muslims of 7 Tamil Nadu were either engaged in horse-trading or employed as horse trainers or cavalrymen, they were called Rowthers. The Rowthers were frugal traders who were engaged in both wholesale and retail trade. They were also engaged in agriculture and mat making. In addition to the low ranking Tamil Labbais and the Maraikkayar with their claims of Arab descent, the region also became the home of a group of Muslims who see themselves as quite distinct from all these Tamil-speaking groups.

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These people are only a small minority in the Muslim society of Tamil Nadu. Their importance derives partly from their claims to be superior to other Muslims in the region: in recent years, this has injected an element of tension into questions of linguistic and corporate identity form any Muslims in Tamil Nadu.

This is the southern variant of Urdu, which emerged as the court language of the mediaeval sultanates of the Deccan. As might be expected, many of the Muslims of Tamilnad who describe themselves as Dakhnis claim to be descended from soldiers, officials and literary men in service to the Muslim ruling houses of the Deccan. When Bijapur and the other Deccani kingdoms were over run by the Mughals at the end of the seventeenth century, large numbers of these Muslims migrated to other parts of India, including the south.

Some of the Shia trading families of Madras city are Deccanis who first established themselves in the Tamil country after the fall of the Bijapur sultans. Many Navaiyats rose to prominence as merchants and state officials under the Adil Shahi sultans of Bijapur. Some scholars asserts The Navayats are people who claim to descend from the rulers of Senji.

Beating cotton by using a rod or machine. They are engaged in the profession of cleaning cotton and weaving coarse fabrics. The elderly ladies of this community wear saris in a typical way of how the native ladies of Andhra Pradesh wear, by passing the sari in between the legs. The Nawabs endowed for the construction of Mosques to these people in seven villages and these mosques were small and built with lime and sand mortar which resembled alike in their architectural style.

Accu katti— Indian Country surgeon or one who passes the thread through the loom are the meanings suggested by the Tamil Lexicon. This community is densely populated in and around Salem, Namakkal Trichy and Thanjavur districts, the textile areas of Tamil Nadu.

Rasipuram of Namakkal district is the most densely populated town of this community. This is a single area which goes by their name as Accu katti where nearly eight hundred of them line together and actively engaged in textile industry.

This community speak a different language which not have script form, but only sound. The main reason is the inferiority complex due their low economic status. The Mughals are of Mongol origin. They penetrated into Tamil country along with the Mughal army. With this military presence came a growing population of Urdu-and Dakhni-speaking Muslim settlers and also many Pathan military men. These Pathan fighters came from north India, from the Pathan-ruled nawabis of Cuddapah and Kurnool, and from Nellore, another important south Indian military centre.Rodrigo Cornejo.

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Precautionary Measures against Heart Diseases Category: The names of these sub divisions are rather occupational titles. The native Hindu rulers of south India like Rashtrakutas6, Kakathyas7, Hoysalas8, Pandyas9 and Zamorines10 encouraged the settlements of the Muslim traders in their dominions offering special concessions and inducements because of the profitable foreign trade.

It is behaviorally difficult to distinguish the sub divisions on the basis of occupational distinctions.