I pray this reaches you all in the best of health and Imaan.
You asked for it; and now it’s back!
Only this time; Even better!
AcquiringKnowledge has set out to make the new academic year of 2015-2016 even more exciting!
Introducing the brand new design and layout for The Ultimate Planner For A Muslim Student!
As a student myself, I know it can be difficult to balance both out deen and dunya life. With assignments and courseworks and multiple deadlines to meet, we often forget our daily Qur’an recitation, or have panic attacks during exam time because we forgot our study duas.
This is where our student planner comes in! Not only can you record your homework/deadlines from your secular studies; but also your Alimiyyah/Madrassa studies!
Let’s take a closer look insha’Allah:
This is our brand new design for the front cover. We will have two front cover designs to choose from insha’Allah for the hardcopy. Alternatively, you could visit our etsy shop and buy a digital copy with an option to get your own personalised cover! (Don’t worry muslim brothers; you don’t have to opt for the feminine cover)
And our contents page!
Next, we have our ‘Note from AcquiringkKnowledge’ and the ‘Personal Data’ section. This is brand new for this year and in the event you lose your planner; Insha’Allah it will find it’s way back to you.
Turn over and we have our ‘Duas for Studying.’ This has been placed at the beginning of the planner for easy navigation but also to remind ourselves, we can only succeed with the help of Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala. Insaan in forgetful; and this planner is designed to remind.
This is our brand new weekly layout page. Our decision to incorporate scenery and some of the Wonders of the World: “Indeed in that are signs for a people who give thought.” (Quran, 13:3)
The weekly layout page is spread over two double pages. This is to ensure you have plenty of room to record all your homework from both secular and deen studies on the right hand side whilst having enough space for reminders, Due today and events today.
Zooming in a little further and we have our signature ‘Duas of the Week’ section. These duas have been taken from the 40 Rabbanas and are included for reflection, action and memorisation!
Once we complete the 40 Rabbanas, we begin the ‘Hadith of the Week’ - a compilation of short hadiths also for memorisation taken from the famous Zaad ut Talibeen (Provisions for the seekers)
Each day also has a Daily Qur’aan Memorisation and Recitation tracker to remind us to take out a couple of minutes to give time to Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala and His Book.
I once read somewhere; Give time to Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala and Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala will give you time!
We have also added a ‘Notes’ section and ‘Exams of the week’ section to record all upcoming tests and exams.
And our ‘Drops of Knowledge’ section at the beginning of every month for reflection.
A monthly view has also been added for forward planning and reminders.
Our brand new ‘Books to Read’ section. This is pretty self-explanatory; I mean, who doesn’t love reading? And the fact that Allah subhanahu wa ta’ala revealed the first word of ‘Iqra’ (read) to Nabi
ﷺ shows us the importance of seeking knowledge.
And for all us University/College students: Our ‘Assignment/Coursework and Assigned Reading’ tracker!
This is just some of the features included!
Others include: Dua List, Notes section, To Do section (long term), Contact pages and much more!
Alhamdulillah, this planner is now available for Pre-Order! Contact details will be given below.
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More details will be posted soon so watch this space!
Stock is limited so hurry and pre-order yours now before they’re all sold out!
Please remember us, our families and the whole ummah in your duas.
This whole world, and everything in it. Is not even worth as much as ONE verse from the Qor’Aan. You are missing out on a very great thing.
I’ve read a few verses and… they seemed great, but too great for me. I do intend to continue trying to read it, in bits and pieces as I have time, but in the mean time I will continue to chase after any sign of inner peace that I see in other religions. Who knows, maybe the Qor'Aan will prove to bring me the most anyway! I have to be sure, though: since I gave the Qor'Aan that chance, I should give that chance to other texts as well.