Q: What was the age of the Holy Prophet – may Allah send peace and blessings upon him – when Hazrat Haleema – may Allah be pleased with her – returned him to his mother Hazrat Amina – may Allah be pleased with her?
A: Approximately 4 years.
Q: What was his age at the time when his mother passed away?
A: 6 years.
Q: Where was he with his mother when she passed away?
A: At the place called Abwa.
Q: Who took care of him after his mother passed away?
A: His grandfather Hazrat Abdul Muttalib – may Allah be pleased with him.
Q: What was his age when his grandfather Hazrat Abdul Muttalib – may Alllah be pleased with him – passed away?
A: 8 Years.
Q: Who took the responsibility of upbringing him after his demise?
A: His uncle Abu Taalib.
Q: To where did he travel for the first time?
A: To Shaam (Syria).
Q: What was his age at the time of journey?
A: 12 years.
Q: What kind of journey was it?
A: It was a business trip.
Q: What made him the most significant of all during the journey?
A: His blessed face shone from a distance.
Q: Which monk expressed the desire to see him during the journey?
A: Bahira the monk.
Q: What did he say to his uncle after seeing him?
A: He has all the signs of becoming the final Prophet; take him back and save him from the mischief of the jews.
Q: Did his uncle adhere to his advice?
A: Yes. He sent him back to Makkah Mukarramah.
Q: How did he stay in his uncle’s house?
A: Very peacefully, without harming anyone.
Q: How did he appear when he got up every morning during his childhood?
A: It appeared as if his face was already washed.
Q: How would he spend his childhood days?
A: He sat in the Haram Shareef most of the time.
Q: When he walked in the sun what provided shade for him?
A: The clouds used to provide shade for him when he walked in the sun.
Q: Did he trouble for anything during his childhood like other children do?
Q: What are some important events that took place during his childhood?
A: His chest was opened, he travelled to Shaam, the Christian monk informed about him being the final Prophet.
Q: Who was his close childhood friend?
A: Hazrat Abu Bakr Siddeeq – may Allah be pleased with him.
Q: How would he feel when he saw people involved in idol-worshipping during his childhood?
A: He disliked it.
(Islami Ma’loomaat Ka Encyclopedia)