• Abdul Hai Madni Associate Professor, NED University of Engineering and Technology Karachi Pakistan. https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1140-1569
  • Bashir Rehman Hanif Assistant Professor, Hadith and its sciences, Faculty Usool Din IIUI. Islamabad, Pakistan
  • Muhammad Anas Muhammad Shoaib Ph.D Scholar, Department of Hadith, Faculty of Usuluddin IIUI. Pakistan.


Among the many blessings of the teachings of the Holy Prophet, is one that enlightened mankind of his superiority over other beings. Having been declared as the Creator’s favorite, all the miracles of this universe have been designed for man’s benefit. He is the one endowed with intelligence, and the one granted the honor of worshipping Allah. Thus, due to this position of high esteem, it does not appear fit for him to beg in front of his fellow beings. The time that it all began is difficult to decide, but beggary is a known shame for mankind, which the Prophet (P.B.U.H.) sought to eradicate. His teachings in this regard are summarized as follows.