دور حاضر میں تربیت اولاد کا فقدان اوروالدین کی ذمہ داریاں (قرآن و حدیث کی روشنی میں تجزیاتی مطالعہ)
Lack of Child Training and responsibilities of Parents in Modern Times (Analytical Study in the Light of Quran & Hadith) DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.8309650
Keywords:Lacke of Training, Children, Responsibility of Parents, Modern Time, Analytical Study
Taleem O Tarbiyat (Improvements) is an integral part of human society. Without it, a peaceful and peaceful society is impossible. Because it is due to training that the moral aspects of every human being are refined. Every day in social life one meets such a variety of human beings that a civilized and dignified person immediately knows where his opponent stands morally and educationally. It is inherent in human nature that he likes beauty and modesty, but for this it is necessary that the person is sound and educated because there are many people in society who are morally inferior. Victims are also due to lack of training. Generally, Tarbiyat starts from the mother's lap. When the child is in the mother's lap, the child needs a lot of training so that it can follow the right path from the beginning. The example of a child is like a white paper on which you can write and do any kind of work, and whatever is written on it is like a line on a stone. And trained and minded with the condition, it becomes firmly imprinted in their mind like a line in stone. If the parents pay attention to the proper training of the children at an early age, then those children do not miss the training aspect throughout their life. But one of the reasons for the lack of education nowadays is the negligence of parents in the taleem o tarbiyat of their children, so it is necessary to explain the responsibilities of parents in the light of Quran and Hadith in this research paper.
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