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Marriage

by Muhammed Ashfaq on March 01, 2012

Marriage

Islam

 

Islamic marital jurisprudence

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A Muslim bride of Pakistan origin signing the nikkah nama or marriage certificate.
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18 Comments

Nice Information...about marriage

25 months ago

@ Mgs. Thanks and welcome.

25 months ago

@Shahzada Usman thanks for sharing.

25 months ago

nice sharing.....

25 months ago

very nice ...dear

25 months ago

@ Nok Ra.ngub-pai
@ Faraz Khan, thanks guys.

25 months ago

Very nice post

25 months ago

Thank you.

25 months ago

The definition of marriage varies according to different cultures, but is usually an institution in which interpersonal relationships, usually intimate and sexual, are acknowledged. Such a union, often formalized via a wedding ceremony, may also be called matrimony. Many cultures limit marriage to two persons of the opposite sex, but some allow forms of polygamous marriage, and some recognize same-sex marriage. In some conservative cultures, marriage is recommended or compulsory before pursuing any sexual activity.

25 months ago

I appreciate your nice comments. Thank you.

25 months ago

Marriage is under the doctrine of common law, natural given rights.

24 months ago

I am not a Muslim, but I really do like this post. I believe the post to be educational and informative. The blog is bright and for me this is a good enough reason to comment again, sharing on my wall, for the start of a new working week.

21 months ago

very nice post

17 months ago

Thanks to all friends for reading and appreciating my post.

17 months ago

nice post

16 months ago

nice post thanks for sharing

16 months ago