Women's education is also important in current times because it is dependent on the education and training of the next generation. A man's education is for his own sake, while a woman's education is for the benefit of future generations. The Holy Prophet (saw) made knowledge acquisition a requirement for both men and women. Women were not deemed less intelligent or inferior in this circumstance. "It is the obligation of every Muslim to gain knowledge," declared the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him). The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) instructed the bondwoman that she should be free and educated before they married. This demonstrates the significance placed on education. Many of these incentives were implemented during the Prophet's time in order for women to take a significant role in education. Those who bestowed educational ornaments on their spouses were free from paying the dowry. Effective measures for women's education dating back to the Prophet (PBUH) prove that providing education and training for women is critical for social stability. This necessitates particular training for parents so that they are not discriminated against in the education of their daughters from childhood. Because Hadith and Seerah provide us with this advice. In order to maintain social stability, special centers in rural Pakistan must be established where women can be trained. In addition, educational institutions for women and girls, as well as training programs for the formation of good attitudes, should be established.
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