The beauty and acceptance of a student of Deen is based on the level of adab and etiquette he displays. Every student must display adab in everything he says or does. Rasulullah () stressed the lesson of adab upon the Sahaba (radiya Allahu anhum) for every possible occasion.
In the environment of a Darul Uloom, a student has to portray a very high level of Adab and respect in everything he does. This little booklet highlights broad guidelines of how a student should behave in the Madrasah and the respect that he should have for the Masjuid, the Kitaabs, the Asaathizah, his fellow students, etc. Many times acceptance from Allah Ta’ala comes due to the adab a student shows. He may not be the most intelligent or the most outstanding in class, but if he has adab in him he will score exceptionally in the Dunya and Akhirah. On the other hand, if he has only knowledge with no adab, this may become a means of pride and arrogance developing in him.
This booklet discusses the following aspects:
- Staying away from that which is impermissible
- The Classroom
- The Boarding
- The Masjid
- The Dining Hall
- The Toilet
- The Bathroom
- Wudhu and the Wudhu Khana
- The Qur’aan Shareef