What is the name of grandfather of Prophet?
At the age of six, Muhammad lost his biological mother, Amina, to illness and was raised by his paternal grandfather, Abd al-Muttalib, until he died when Muhammad was eight. He then came under the care of his uncle Abu Talib, the new leader of Banu Hashim.
Who is Muhammad’s grandparents?
Upon his grandfather’s death in 578, Muhammad, aged about eight, passed into the care of a paternal uncle, Abu Talib. Muhammad grew up in the older man’s home and remained under Abu Talib’s protection for many years.
What were the names of Prophet Muhammad’s sons?
According to both traditions, Muhammad said that ʿAlī was his inheritor and brother and that whoever accepted the Prophet as his mawlā (“master” or “trusted friend” but also, contradictorily, “client” or “protegé”) also should accept ʿAlī as his mawlā.
How many daughters does the Holy Prophet have?
The children of Muhammad include the 3 sons and 4 daughters, born to the Islamic prophet Muhammad. All were born to Muhammad’s first wife Khadija bint Khuwaylid except one son, who was born to Maria al-Qibtiyya.
Who rediscovered the well of Zamzam?
The Archangel Gabriel unearthed the water of Zamzam such that the life of Ismaa’eel, the great grandfather of Prophet Muhammad, maybe saved. Hagar, the wife of Ibraaheem the patriarch, restricted its flow and caused it to become a well. It is located next to the holiest of all holy places: the Ka’bah.
Who is the father of Hashim ibn Abd Manaf?
His father was ‘Abd Manaf ibn Qusai who according to Islamic tradition is a descendant of Ibrahim (Abraham) through his son Ismail (Ishmael). His mother was ʻĀtikah bint Murrah ibn Hilāl ibn Fālij ibn Dhakwān.
When and where was Hazrat Ali born?
Sources indicate that the Syed [Sayyed, Sayyid, Saiyid, Saiyed, Saiyid, Sayad, Sayd, Sayyad]  are a Muslim group in Pakistan that claims to be the descendants of the Prophet Muhammad (Gil June 2012, 65; Belle, et al. Sept. 2010, 217; Joshua Project n.d.a) through his daughter Fatima (Belle, et al.