The Role of Society in Child Rearing and Personality Development: In the context of Madni Society تربیت اطفال اور تعمیر شخصیت میں معاشرے کا کردار: مدنی معاشرے کے تناظر میں

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Mehmood Elahi
Muhammad Ajmal
Dr. Hafiz Mohsin Zia Qazi


In the complex history of human civilization, the role of society is key in shaping the character and personality of individuals. This effect is particularly evident in the context of a Madni society, where adherence to religious principles and moral values play a central role in the upbringing and development of individuals, especially children. The term "Madni" is often associated with the teachings of the Islamic faith, which emphasizes a harmonious and virtuous lifestyle. Child education and personality development in a Madni society extends beyond family boundaries to encompass the wider community beyond mere individual endeavors. The values and norms upheld by society act as a remote, guiding parents, educators and community leaders in instilling a sense of morality and spirituality in children. The interconnectedness of individuals within this social fabric creates an environment where the holistic development of the child is not only valued but also pursued as a collective responsibility. The essence of Madni society in which religious teachings are emphasized in the formation of morals from a young age. The Qur'an and Sunnah, as sources of guidance, provide a comprehensive framework for ethical behavior and righteous living. Parents and educators adopt the principles of Madni society to inculcate values such as honesty, compassion and integrity in children. Integrating religious teachings into daily life becomes the cornerstone for nurturing a strong moral foundation. The purpose of this study is to examine the effects of religious teachings, especially teachings derived from the Qur'an and Sunnah, on the education of children in Madani society and to explore the role of educational methods in imparting cultural values and moral principles to children. The study includes a nuanced understanding of the formation of children's education in Madni societies, religious teachings, communal support structures, and interrelated elements highlighting the effectiveness of educational practices. These insights can serve as a valuable resource for parents, educators, and community leaders who want to expand their role in promoting children's holistic development.


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