One of the most important works on various legal and moral rights of human beings is the ‘Treatise on Rights’– Risalatul Huquq by Imam Ali Zaynul Abideen (pbuh). Transmitted by Tha`bit b. Abi Saffiya, better known as Abu Hamza al-Thuma`li, it is the most comprehensive charter of rights. Imam introduces the rights saying.
This short treatise titled ‘Adab al-Muta’alimeen’ (Etiquettes of the Students) was written by Shaykh Nasir al-Deen al-Tusi, in 7 AH giving insight to the methods, mannerisms, attitudes and behaviours for students of religious knowledge and that which was expected from them by their teachers.
The angel Jibrail once visited the Prophet (pbuh) and narrated to him the inscriptions on the 8 doors of Janna and the 7 doors of Jahannam. They serve as a reminder of the ethics we need to incalcate in our lives. The hadith has been narrated by Abdullah ibn Masud and found in Biharul Anwar.