Morals, Etiquette, Personal Growth

Moral Training

The Department

The Tarbiyyat department here to make you spiritually fit.The Tarbiyyat department encourages Khuddam to increase their practice of Islamic etiquettes such as congregational salat, daily recitation of the Holy Qur’an, reading spiritually uplifting literature, and listening to Hazrat Khalifatul Masih V’s (aba) Friday Sermon. The Mohtamim works to circulate extracts of the Friday sermon and to implement lectures, study groups and other activities that promote moral training and spiritual growth.

  • 2020-2021 Goals

    • Establishing Personal Tarbiyyat Goals for all Khuddam, with special emphasis on Amila members (5 Daily Salaat, Congregational Salaat, Daily Qur’an Recitation, Attending Friday Prayers, Listening to Friday Sermon of Beloved Hazoor, Writing Letter to Beloved Hazoor(Connection with Khilafat), Taking care of financial obligations (Jama’at and Khuddam), Reading Al-Wasiyyat and striving to become a Moosi)
    • Live Q/A Sessions with Respected Missionaries to be held every other month
    • Letters to Hazoor – collect and send letters to Hazoor [Weekly] letters@mkausa.org
    • Social Media Platforms for Tarbiyyat – Create and manage social media platforms
    • No Khadim left Behind (Details available in the plan)
    • Tarbiyyat Survey Form to be filled out by all Khuddam based on the goals above. The form will require names for Amila members but the option to be anonymous for general Khuddam.
    • Conduct Ashra Tarbiyyat to collectively work towards these goals for 10 days and share feedback to inspire others

Ibrahim Chaudhry


Tarbiyyat resources





  • Following Hadith taken from “Gardens of the Righteous” : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: -Bokhari and Muslim The Holy Prophet (saws) was the most generous of men and he was at his most bountiful during Ramadan when Gabriel visited him every night and recited the Quran to him.  During this period the bounty of the Holy Prophet (saws) waxed faster than the rain-bearing breeze (Bokhari and Muslim)...

  • Following Hadith taken from “Gardens of the Righteous” : The Holy Prophet (saws) said: Take breakfast before the fast begins; there is blessing in breakfast. (Bokhari and Muslim) The Holy Prophet (saws) said: The difference between our observance of the fast and that of the people of the Book is the eating of breakfast. (Muslim)...