What are the names of daughters of hazrat Abdul muttalib?

Abdulmuttalib had six daughters. Five were by his Makhzumite wife, Fatima bint Amr, but the youngest, Safiya, was the daughter of Hala bint Wahb al-Zuhriya.

1. Umm Hakim was the twin of Muhammad's father Abdullah. She was the only fair-skinned daughter so she was known as Al-Bayada ("the White"). She married Qurayz ibn Rabia al-Abdshamsi, and their children were Amir, Arwa (mother of the future Caliph Uthman), Talha and Umm Talha. Umm Hakim died before Islam.

2. Barra married Abdalasad ibn Hilal al-Makhzumi, the father of her son Abdullah (aka Abu Salama). On being widowed, she married Abu Ruhm ibn Abduluzza from the Amir ibn Luayy clan. Their son was Abu Sabra, who was killed at the Battle of Badr. Although both her sons were early converts to Islam, neither Barra nor her second husband ever became Muslims.

3. Umama married Jahsh ibn Riyab, a Bedouin ally from the Asad tribe, and bore him six children (Abdullah, Ubaydullah, Zaynab, Abu Ahmed, Habiba and Hamna). All her children became Muslims, although Ubaydallah later apostated, and it is said that her husband was a Muslim too. Umama never converted, although she was still alive when her daughter Zaynab married Muhammad himself.

4. Arwa's first husband was Umayr ibn Wahb, father of her son Tulayb. Her second husband was Arta ibn Sharahbil, father of her daughter Fatima. Tulayb became a Muslim in Mecca, and Arwa converted in response to his example. She later emigrated to Medina.

5. Atika married the wealthy and generous merchant, Abu Umayya ibn Al-Mughira al-Makhzumi, and bore him Abdullah, Zuhayr and Qurayba. It is said that she dreamed about the Quraysh defeat at Badr several days before it happened. Atika later became a Muslim and she emigrated to Medina.

6. Safiya was only about ten years old when her father died. To her first husband, Al-Harith ibn Harb ibn Umayya, she bore a son named Safi. To her second husband, Al-Awwam ibn Khuwaylid, she bore Al-Zubayr, Al-Sa'ib and Abdulkaaba. She lived next door to Khadija (her sister-in-law) and may have helped facilitate Khadija's employment of and later marriage to Muhammad. Left a young widow, Safiya was a stern mother who beat her children "to make them tough." Her relationship with Muhammad (two years younger than herself) was like that of brother and sister, and she was an early convert to Islam. After emigrating to Medina, she faced the homecoming army of Uhud with a spear and killed a supposed spy with her own hands.