Madrasah Taiyebiyah
  "The Best Learning is that Leads to Paradise": Madrasah Students at Daar us Salaam Educational Trip
25 Rajab 1445/4 Feb 2024

Stepping out from the confines of classrooms and getting nearer to the natural atmosphere of a great variety of plants at the residence of our Aqaa Maulaa Saiyedna saheb TUS was truly enthralling for 50 Talebat (students) of Madrasah Taiyebiyah, Badri Mohalla, Vadodara. On 4th Feb 2024, Sunday when it was the Urs Mubaarak of 37th Da'i Saiyedna Shaikhali Shamsuddin saheb AQ, this green trip began with the bayt e muneer of our 29th Da'i Saiyedna Ali Shamsuddin saheb AQ and then Talebat were beamed with an array of questions about plant-keeping, its care and how to balance life between Concrete (grey) and Nature (green).

Mukaasir Maulaa said, "O Talebat! Every Nabi loved plants and did farming. Our last Nabi Mohammad al-Mustafaa SAWS had a deep relation with Nakheel-date palms as he himself planted many in Madinah. In Madinah, Cairo, Yemen, Ahmedabad and Vadodara, the places where our Mawaali e Taahereen AS stayed, no building was complete but with the green space around it. Our Du'aat e Kiraam RA used to maintain large beautiful gardens where Mumineen can feel the jannati breeze and imagine jannati ne'maat. 42nd Da'i e Mutlaq Saiyedna Fidaali Badruddin saheb AQ was the last Da'i who himself managed the garden besides our Qabarastaan, Pratapnagar."

Mukaasir Maulaa asked, "From amongst you which type of plants you have in pots?". The Sizeable number of Talebat said, "Due to the unavailability of space, we have limited potted plants such as, periwinkle, aloevera, mint, green tea, tulsi, rose, mogra, snake-plant etc. But visiting Daar us Salaam and exploring many new things we can increase pots at our house and as per your guidance we can take proper care of it."

In an hour long session practically going tree by tree, Mukaasir Maulaa educated young minds about the miracles and unparallel benefits of home composting and organic manure, the hazardous effects of plastic waste on the porous nature of soil and degraded eating habits by devouring fast-food and leaving traditional home-made food. Gardening, organic food, physical exercise, green spaces, maintaining ecosystems, sustainable lifestyle, climate impact etc points to a single thought. And that is, "What You Get From Others, You Should Give To Others."

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