Entrepreneurship: A Culture Embedded in The Religion of Islam

Taskina Binta Mahmud, Sayema Hoque


Islam as a complete way of life has always given emphasis on business entrepreneurship. Islam encourages earning through permissible means. The strong foundation on which Islamic way of life is built up ensures social balance in all spheres of life. Business in Islam has the highest status as a method of earning livelihood. . The early Muslim generation has proved that a Muslim can be a very successful entrepreneur if he/she practices Islam in its entirety.  This study analyses the importance of entrepreneurship in Islam based on Quran and sunnah and by looking back to the past practice of renowned Muslims. The research nullifies the misconception that Islam is backdated and discourages innovation.

Keywords: Entreprenureship, Islam, Business.

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