The holy Qur'an - “They believe in Allah and the Last Day, and enjoin what is good and forbid evil, and hasten, vying with one another, in good works. And these are among the righteous.” (3:115)
Prayer for Tarbiyat - O Allah, I beg You for Your love and the one who loves You. I beg You for the ability to do such actions which make me achieve Your love. O Allah, pour such love into my heart, which is stronger than my love for myself, my wealth, my family and cool refreshing water. (Tirmidhi, Kitabud Da’awat
Love of Allah through devotion to His Jamaat
To increase our devotion to Allah Ta'ala in every aspect of our lives; to perform His Worship with greater understanding and attention; be ever conscious of His Favors to us and intensify our efforts to achieve His Pleasure through self- reformation and service to Jamaat.
To take pride in being an Ahmadi Muslim woman and to celebrate the roles of Muslim women in society.
To establish, improve and embrace our purdah with pride.
To guard our children from the dangers of society from a very early age.
Our Personal Tarbiyat Objectives:
Perform Salat five times daily on time, in congregation if possible.
Recite Holy Qur'an daily with translation.
Listen to Hadhrat Khalifatul Masih’s sermons regularly.
Offer 2 nawafil daily for all Ahmadis facing persecution.
Observe purdah and maintain hayaa on all occasions.
Reflect on and comply with conditions of Bai’at in daily life.
Strive towards doing Wasiyat to become a Moosia.
Increase our attendance at Lajna meetings.
What's New In Tarbiyat
SALAT THROUGH THE AGES
Helping Children to Establish Salat – A Guide for Mothers.
Salat is the second pillar of Islam. It is mentioned many times in the Holy Qur'an and is the means by which a believer establishes his relationship with his Creator. Salat is also a way to praise Allah. In hardship as well as in prosperity, it is the duty of the believer to call upon Allah...[Read more]
Address to Ladies at Jalsa Salana UK 2013 by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (aba)
Address to Ladies at Jalsa Salana Germany 2013 by Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (Khalifa of Islam)
Dallsa Texas - Lajna Tarbiyat Activites
Tarbiyat Camp: On December 22nd 2012 Lajna Ima’Illah Dallas Chapter held a Tarbiyat Camp at Bait-ul-Ikram Mosque. There were a total of 45, more then 40%, Lajna members present. The day started with the recitation of the Holy Quran, followed by a presentation on the “Correct pronunciation of the Holy Quran.” Basic rules and correct pronunciation of the Holy Quran were discussed and practiced by members...[Read more]
Tarbiyat Camp - special session for Lajna (Ages 15-25): On December 22, 2012, Lajna Ima’illah, Dallas chapter, held a tarbiyyat camp at Baitul Ikraam Mosque. During the camp, a special session for Lajna, ages 15-25, was held, and a total of 9 Lajna attended. Muavina Sadr Lajna 15 – 25 organized all activities specifically for this age group in advance with the approval of and guidance from Sadr Lajna Dallas. The program started with an introduction and an ice-breaking activity to give the Lajna a chance to get to know each other. Next, a group discussion occurred, and the main focus was “Finding Time for Jama’at Work.” ... [Read more]
Based on the Article by IMAM ATAUL MUJEEB RASHED, Published in THE REVIEW OF RELIGIONS, APRIL 2010
Please note: This presentation is three parts and may be viewed in three separate general/halqa meetings.
Jihad Against Immodesty - Khalifatul Masih IV (rh)
Historic Address (on the topic of Purdah and Obedience to Khilafat) to Lajna Ima'illah at Jalsa Salana (Annual Convention) Pakistan 1982 of Ahmadiyya Muslim Community by Hadhrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul Masih IV(rh) - on 27th December 1982.
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By Krista Bremer | June 9, 2010
(OPRAH.com) -- Nine years ago, I danced my newborn daughter around my North Carolina living room to the music of "Free to Be...You and Me", the '70s children's classic whose every lyric about tolerance and gender equality I had memorized as a girl growing up in California. Read more
Our Responsibilities Care of the Aged
The responsibility for care of the aged is gradually shifting to the state. Care of the aged represents a heavy burden on the national economy. However much a state is ready to spend, it can never buy them peace and contentment. [Read more]