Women Empowerment in The Context of Teachings of Islam


  • Miss Asma S.S.J Campus Almora Uttarakhand, 263601, India


Muslim Personal Law, Hadith, Teachings, Muslim Women And Empowerment


Concerning the position of women, Annie Besant described it as it is lone in the last twenty years that Europe has recognized the right of women to property, at the same time Islam has sanctioned this right from all times. It is malign to say that Islam advocates that women have no souls (Beasant, 1932). Women's empowerment is a boiling concern that is debated on every platform of the world. Despite these international and national initiatives, the position of women at the grassroots women is considered a burden in the family in various countries of the world. In the context of women's empowerment, the teachings of Islam are evident and clear and these teachings of Islam have paid much focus on the subject of women empowerment. In Islam, much emphasis has been given to the rights and duties of women. In this context, Allah has revealed the entire Sura known as Sura-Al- Nisha Surah number 4. This Sura significantly focuses on the subject of women and their share in the property that their parents leave. In addition to this, there are various verses in the other Suras of the Noble Quran which focus on the rights of women. There are also some authentic narrations of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) mentioned in the various books of Hadith which directly or indirectly emphasize women's empowerment. The present study aims to highlight the notion of women's empowerment in the context of Islamic teachings.

Author Biography

Miss Asma, S.S.J Campus Almora Uttarakhand, 263601, India

S.R.F. Scholar Department of Education Kumaun University Nainital




How to Cite

Asma, M. (2022). Women Empowerment in The Context of Teachings of Islam. IRASD Journal of Educational Research, 3(1), 01–08. Retrieved from https://journals.internationalrasd.org/index.php/jer/article/view/1116