At a glance, the education system of Muslims during the Abbasid rule

The Abbasid caliphs were knowledgeable.  Their attitude was also spread among the common people.  As a result, education was widespread.  At the same time, the emir and the generals also took various initiatives.  Education was readily available.  At that time, money was not compulsory for education.  Scholars used to teach without pay.  Later, when the salary was fixed, it was also borne by the state.  As a result, the students were dependent.  Even the madrasa pays monthly allowances to the students.  As a result, many talented scholars would come out from poor families.  Poet Abul Atahiya was a Kumar by profession.  Abu Tamam used to carry water with a musk on his shoulder in the mosque of Amr Ibn al-As in Egypt.  Kazi Abu Yusuf worked as an employee in a shop in his childhood.  It can be said very strongly that in the old days it was not possible to follow the syllabus in certain corners.

Quran copy in Al-Qadiriya library 

 For this reason, it is seen that one subject is taught in one institution.  Books or syllabi were not specific.  Even after the establishment of the madrasa, it was seen that the scholars used to give dars in the mosque.  He used to do halaqah on various subjects.  Open question and answer sessions were held in these halls.  The audience asked any question.  The scholars would answer.  Teachers were independent in teaching.  The state does not care about them.  However, if allegations of atheism were raised against Kara, it would have been investigated.  Now it was not widely used when tests were taken at different levels.  However, the matter would have been celebrated in various ways.  To various teachers.

 He used to sit in a corner of the mosque if he was confident after finishing his studies.  He used to give dars.  He used to discuss and debate with the scholars on various issues.  As a result, others could easily know about his qualifications.  As a result, no fool could make himself wise if he wanted to.

 Everyone caught his manipulation.  When the scholars saw which student was eligible, they would tell everyone about their confidence in him.  Sometimes he used to wear tilasan.  It was the closing gown of the time.  While it is not possible to say for sure what the purpose of education was, it is easy to say that most of the purpose was to please God.  No worldly interests were involved.  The matter becomes clear only by looking at the vast work of the scholars and their lives.

 It is seen that many scholars and researchers did not get married for the sake of knowledge.  At the same time he lived the life of Juhd.

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