Life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) >> Physical Features

Muhammad (pbuh) was a handsome man of medium build - neither very tall nor short. He had a large head, thick black hair, a wide forehead, heavy eye-brows and large dark eyes with long eye-lashes. He had a fine nose, well placed teeth a thick beard, a long hansom neck and a wide chest and shoulders. His skin was light colored and he had thick palms and feet. He walked steadily with firm step. His appearance had the mark of deep thought and contemplation. His eyes gave the feeling of the authority of a commander.


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Dec-30-2015
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Category: Life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)
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