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Brought and upbringing:
A midwife, Bibi Syedah Haleema Saadia (r. a) from the tribe of Banu Saad, took Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.W) to her home to feed him. While he remained at Bibi Syedah Haleemmah’s (r. a) home, numerous remarkable incidents continued there. When Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.W) was just six years old, Syedah Aamnah (r. a) also departed to paradise. After his mother’s death, his grandfather raised him, who also passed away when Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.W) was just eight years old. After his grandfather’s death, his paternal uncle, Hazrat Abu Talib, brought him up and used to love him more than his children.
Business and marriage
When Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.W) was 25 years old, he took the trade goods of Hazrat Syedah khadijah (r. a), who was a widow, to Syria. Hazrat Syedah Khadijh (r. a) got very impressed by Hazrat Muhammad’s (S.A.W.W) honesty and truthfulness. So she sent a marriage (Nikah) proposal to Hazrat Muhammad’s (S.AW.W), which he accepted. Hazrat Muhammad (S.A.W.W) was 25 years old at the wedding, while Hazrat Syedah Khadijah (r. a) was 40 years old.
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