Anas ibn Malik narrated that once, a tailor invited Allah’s Messenger to a meal which he had prepared. Anas said: “I went along with Allah’s Messenger ﷺ to that meal. The tailor served barley bread, and soup ﷺ containing pumpkin, and dried sliced meat. I saw Allah’s Messenger going after the pumpkin, in and around the dish. So, I have always liked pumpkins since that day.

– [Sunan Abi Dawud, Kitab Al-At’imah]


NOTE: Due to the situation surrounding COVID-19, this course will be conducted online through Google Meet.

The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ embodies the perfect lifestyle for the holistic well-being of mankind, through his exemplary principles and practices that highlight the epitome of excellent service to God, and to humanity. The Sunnah of The Prophet Muhammad ﷺ does not only restrict itself to providing guidance for intrinsically religious beliefs and practices, but rather, it sets the tone for the reformation of one’s lifestyle to ensure that the community consistently contributes to the growth of its civilization.

Spirituality does not only govern matters of the heart and the mind, but also relies upon the physical entity of oneself to lay the foundations for true God-consciousness to flourish within a soul. We are what we consume. One who eats well, and keeps his health in check, would be able to enhance his productivity in worship towards God and servitude towards humanity. This is the very core of Islam’s outlook on food and diet.

A study of The Prophet Muhammad’s ﷺ diet would serve as an insight into how the best of creation would consume food, not only by taking into account the sources of food, but also considering the ethical implications of the production of food, and the spiritual effects of consumption disciplines.

As Ramadhan draws closer, it’s time to review our consumption habits and dietary preferences, as we prepare for 30 days of material starvation that enhances our spiritual quotient.

Points Of Discussion Include

    • • You Are What You Eat: The Philosophy of Food in Islam
    • • Piety & Food: The Link Between Diet & Taqwa
    • • The Prophet’s Plate: Guidelines on Food & Consumption
    • • Halal & Tayyib: The Way Forward
    • • Ramadhan: The Practical Manifestation of Taqwa

This MasterClass, we want to discover how The Prophet ﷺ ate. Let’s look into the Prophetic diet to draw inspiration, as we aspire to experience a wholesome Ramadhan that elevates our faith beyond the depths of our physical entity.


Sunday, 19 Apr 2020
2pm – 5pm
*Due to the situation surrounding COVID-19, this course will be conducted online through Google Meet.

Course Instructor

Ustaz Taufiq bin Radja Nurul Bahri


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Concession: $15

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