Hosting guests is an important part of the Islamic tradition and is something that is highly encouraged. According to the sunnah, offering hospitality to guests is a great act of kindness and generosity that can be rewarded both in this life and the hereafter. It also serves as an opportunity to help those who are less fortunate, as it gives them a chance to experience the comfort of being hosted in someone’s home.

Hosting guests has many benefits, both for the host and for those who are welcomed into their home. It helps build relationships with others, while also providing a chance for people to practice kindness and generosity. It is among the appreciated Islamic characteristics of the Believers.

Hospitality Displays Your Faith in Allah and the Last Day
Abu Shuraih Al-Adawi said, “My ears heard and my eyes saw the Prophet (ﷺ) when he spoke, ‘Anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day, should serve his neighbor generously, and anybody who believes in Allah and the Last Day...

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Nisaar Nadiadwala

Previously a visiting university faculty member in both Malaysia and Tanzania, Nisaar Nadiadwala is presently based in the UAE as a trainer in Public Speaking and Communication Skills. As a consultant and a coach in the field of Public Speaking, panel discussions, news debates, and in anchoring Radio-TV-Podcast shows, he has helped people to build their careers through polishing their skills in making presentations. Besides being an award-winning speech maker, he has received the honorable title of Top Writer on Quora in 2018 and continues to retain that position: https://www.quora.com/search?q=Nisaar+Nadiadwala In regard to his socio-religious contributions, Nisaar focuses on family issues from an Islamic perspective, trying to cover every segment of the family. His special attention remains the tarbiyah of teenagers, for which he is invited to many Islamic Schools as a consultant and as a speaker on the teenage period of life. He relates his work to the grooming of adolescents, motivating them to adopt the Islamic way of life through his TV series, articles and workshops in community schools. His latest release is an E-book Teen's Deen - a collection of short stories for teenagers - published by www.themuslimfamily.net He has hosted his Pre-Marriage Preparatory Workshop in many cities of India and abroad. His book, I want to marry, but …, is the talk of the community in the desi crowd. Mr. Nadiadwala trains both online and in person through his course packages. He can be contacted at: Nisaar Nadiadwala [mnisaar@gmail.com].