Seek out the Inspiration

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Seek inspiration all around…

Work your mind in all the places you go or  people you know,

In the stories you hear, strangers you meet,

And in every piece of paper you read…

Find your own inspiring quote about Islam through Forster’s novel, “A Passage to India.”

Share your own selected quote and let the world know something about Islam.

Regards,

Miss Zainab

6 Comments

  1. The Mosque; which reflects Muslim religion and culture. It’s symbol to place of safety and peace. The scene in the mosque is very important for the event of the novel. The first creates friendship between the British and Indian. Dr. Aziz when he stays in the mosque at the night Mrs. Moore suddenly inters. She appears in a kind behavior. She respects the other culture and religious. That is clearly when She removes her shoes before she inter the mosque.
    ( Nouf Fahad Alotibi ) ☺

  2. There are two distinct groups of Indians – Hindus and Muslims. Narrative makes it clear that these two groups have very different traditions. Dr. Aziz is proud of his heritage Muslims and Hindus believe that almost be curious. Hindus, “I do not have any idea of society,” says Ms. Moore, Adela, and Fielding. At the same time, although he was well aware of being an Indian, Aziz has a sentimental passion for Persia, and the earth that are spread in the Muslim culture origin to India.

    Atheer khaled alrkyan

  3. The Mosque; which reflects Muslim religion and culture. It’s symbol to place of safety and peace. The scene in the mosque is very important for the event of the novel. The first creates friendship between the British and Indian. Dr. Aziz when he stays in the mosque at the night Mrs. Moore suddenly inters. She appears in a kind behavior. She respects the other culture and religious. That is clearly when She removes her shoes before she inter the mosque.
    ( Nouf Fahad Alotibi ) ☺

    I have borrowed the novel from student Nora fahad forth level

  4. He leaves his business card and asks a servant to secure him a tonga, but the servant tells him they are all at the club, so Dr. Aziz decides to walk. On the way, he stops off at a mosque to rest and seek comfort in a house of worship of his own religion. As he sits there, he spies a woman who has been in the mosque, which makes him angry. He tells her that she has no right there, she should have taken off her shoes, that this is a holy place for Muslims. She replies that she has, in fact, removed her shoes and left them at the entrance. He apologizes for speaking so unkindly and tells her that women rarely come except to be seen by others. She replies, “That makes no difference. God is here.”

  5. He asks why he has been afforded the privilege because Muslim women are purdah−do not show their faces

    Falak alyahya

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