Being more delicate to the strict requirements of the ladies of the Muslim people group is a fundamental advance forward in empowering the ladies of this local area into the universe of sports, say the authors.
Subhrajit Chanda, Assistant Lecturer, Jindal Global Law School, O.P. Jindal Global University, Sonipat, Haryana; PhD Candidate, GD Goenka Law School, GD Goenka University, Sohna, Gurugram, Haryana, India.
Nishant Sheokand, Assistant Director, IFIM Law School, Bangaluru, India.
The aim of the paper is to discuss the issues welcomed on by the Islamic laws on the games world. The author likewise examines the explanations for the inequality between the commitment of the two genders of the Muslim community in sports or some other type of physical activity.
The strategy for analysis of the secondary research papers that were utilized as evidence as well as used for reaching the conclusion of the essay. Finally, the discoveries of these paper are assessed and the writer of this article talks about the outcomes to uncover their suggestions on the Muslim women community.
The authors conclude that being more delicate to the strict requirements of the ladies of the Muslim people group and advancing the significance of active work or game among them is a fundamental advance forward in empowering the ladies of this local area into the universe of sports.
This would build the quantity of Muslim ladies’ delegates in the games world and will thusly support an ever increasing number of young ladies from this local area to participate in sport or some other type of physical activity.
Published in: International Journal of Research and Analytical Reviews.
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