Likewise for a male, his mother, daughter, granddaughter, sister, both paternal and maternal aunties and nieces.When a woman is amongst her mahrams, the scholars of Islam agree that a woman does not have to observe strict rules of covering but rather that she is able to uncover her hair, face, arms, hands, legs from below the knee, and feet.We begin with the conditions of hijab for a woman in public and amongst non-mahram men.As long as these conditions are fulfilled a woman may wear whatever she pleases. It should not be a garment worn because of vanity or to gain popularity or fame.If however the child is a male and comes to an age where he understands the meaning of awrah and the difference between men and women then the women’s awrah is the same as it is for other male mahrams.All Muslims, male or female, should maintain a sense of [Saheeh Al-Bukhari] The Awrah Whilst Praying In the first two lessons we learned a lot of new terms and tried to assimilate a lot of new information.
When a woman is deciding on what level of covering to observe in front of non Muslim women she must remember that non-Muslim women may be unaware that she should not describe a Muslim woman’s beauty to any man.
The only exception to this is a man in the presence of his wife.
Finally, it is recommended for men not to wear garments that fall below the ankles.
This is not the case in Islam, where modesty is seen as a sign of respect for oneself and others.
The that every human being is born with is seen as something to be treasured.
That will be better, that they should be known (as free respectable women) so as not to be annoyed.”(Quran ) Say to the believing women that they should lower their gaze and protect their private parts (from sins); and they should not display their beauty and ornaments except what appear thereof...(Quran ).