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  • 1. Shaadi: Life Time Investment
  • 2. OutlineMarriage : A Crisis?Marriage in IslamBenefits of MarriageEssentials of Muslim MarriageSpouse SelectionEssential Tips
  • 3. Marriage: A Crisis?
  • 4. FamilyinCrisis Western Society• Married couple with children= 37.4%• Married couple without children = 33.1%• Family break down = 50%(Canadian census 2001)Marriage : A Crisis?
  • 5. Divorcethe USA InRate• Every two marriages, there is one divorce• 2.04 million males are single parents.• 9.68 million females are single parents.• 28% parents live with one parent. (Divorce Magazine)Marriage : A Crisis?
  • 6. Impact on Muslim Societies • Divorce rate on rise: California: 37% Georgia: 29% Turkey + Egypt: 10% • Lack of reference points for second generation and (Dr . Illyas Ba-Yunus, Professor younger families. Sociology, State University of New york)Marriage : A Crisis ?
  • 7. Marriage In Islam A Life time Investment
  • 8. NIKAAHA form of Ibadah in Islam
  • 9. NIKAAHRasulullah(saw) hasreferred to it as “half of Deen”.Staus of Marriage In Islam
  • 10. Social Obligation Islam considers marriage a social obligation, an act which is greatly admired by Allah.Status of Marriage In Islam
  • 11. Natural Relationship Nikaah - is the (only) natural relationship between man and woman.Status of Marriage In Islam
  • 12. In the Light of Qur‟an: O mankind, fear your Lord, who created you from one soul and created from it its mate and dispersed from both of them many men and women. And fear Allah , through whom you ask one another, and the wombs. Indeed Allah is ever, over you, an Observer. [An-Nisa: 1]Status of Marriage In Islam
  • 13. In the Light of Qur‟an: And We have already sent messengers before you and assigned to them wives and descendants. And it was not for a messenger to come with a sign except by permission of Allah . For every term is a decree. [Ar-Raad, 13:38]Status of Marriage In Islam
  • 14. In the Light of Qur‟an: Who will inherit me and inherit from the family of Jacob. And make him, my Lord, pleasing [to You].” Verse 6: Surah maryamStatus of Marriage In Islam
  • 15. Pre-Islamic Arabia • Family status • No age barrier • Variations in Nikaah: – Badal: Exchanging wives – Before birth – Shighar: Exchanging sisters and daughters in marriage so no dowry or mehr – Maqaat: Marrying stepMarriage in Islam mother
  • 16. Foundationof Marriage in Islam
  • 17. Signs For People who give thought And of His signs is that He created for you from yourselves mates that you may find tranquillity in them; and He placedbetween you affection and mercy. Indeed in that are signs for a people who give thought. Al-Rum: 21Foundation of Marriage in Islam
  • 18. Garments For Each other They are clothing for you and you are clothing for them. Al-Baqarah: 187Foundation of Marriage in Islam
  • 19. AdvantagesOf Marriage
  • 20. Preservation of Faith„‟When Allah grants one a righteous wife, He has helped him (by that) to preserve half of his religion. Let him then fear and revere Allah in regard to the other half.” (At- Tabarani)Advantages of Marriage
  • 21. Preservation of Chastity Abdullah bin Masud (RA) reported that Allahs Messenger (SAW) said to us: 0 young men, those among you who cansupport a wife should marry, for it restrains eyes (from casting evil glances) andpreserves one from immorality; but he whocannot afford It should observe fast for it is a means of controlling the sexual desire. (Muslim)Advantages of Marriage
  • 22. EnjoyingLove Al-Baqarah: 187 MercySecurityAdvantages of Marriage
  • 23. Benefits of Marriage for society
  • 24. Preservation of Human RaceBenefits of Marriage for society
  • 25. Preservation of Kinship TiesBenefits of Marriage for society
  • 26. Safeguarding Society from Moral DegradationBenefits of Marriage for society
  • 27. Establishing Family EnvironmentBenefits of Marriage for society
  • 28. Increasing number of MUSLIMSBenefits of Marriage for society
  • 29. EssentialsFor Muslim Marriage
  • 30. CommitmentEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 31. ContentmentEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 32. CompromiseEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 33. Mutual CaringEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 34. PracticeCommunication SkillsEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 35. Excellent MannersEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 36. Learning to EmpathizeEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 37. Being SINCEREEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 38. LOVEEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 39. ForgivenessEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  • 40. Spouse Selection
  • 41. “ Women are married for four qualities, some are married for wealth, some for the family(lineage) status, some for beauty and some for the Deen (piety). Marry a woman for her Deen and you shall be happy/successful.” (Bukhari/ Muslim)Spouse selection
  • 42. “If a man comes to you seeking marriage, and you are satisfied with his din and character, marry him- lest a fitnah and great destruction become rampant on the earth.” (Tirmadhi)Spouse selection
  • 43. And how do you select?WhereSpouse Selection
  • 44. Pre-WeddingIslamic Principles
  • 45. To Do‟s 1. Let family check out for you and priority is piety. 2. Do Istikhara. 3. See each other before marriage Steps to Islamic PrinciplesPre-Wedding Islamic Principles
  • 46. To Do‟s4. Significance of Kuff5. To take members of one`s family to propose6. To keep making dua to Allah to guide one and to give one the correct partner7. The proposal should be submitted to the Steps to Islamic PrinciplesPre-Wedding Islamic Principles Wali (guardian) of
  • 47. Woman‟s Wali • „A Marriage Contract is not valid without a Wali.‟ (Abu Dawood) • Father, grandfather, son, brother, Uncle etc. „For, indeed, it is an adulteress who gives herself in marriage (without her wali‟s consent).‟ (Ibn Majah)Steps to Islamic Principles
  • 48. What one is NOT ALLOWED• To date and court the woman before Nikaah.• To phone each other.• To send a proposal to a divorcee/widow during her iddat.• To submit a proposal when someone else has already proposed to the same woman. Rasulullah (saw) has stopped us from doing this.Steps to Islamic Principles
  • 49. CompulsoryComponents Of Nikah • Presence of Wali • Ejab O Qabool • Khutba Nikaah • MehrSteps to Islamic Principles
  • 50. The Prophet‟sModel• Hazrat Khadija and • Hazrat Aaisha and Prophet Mohammad Prophet Mohammad SAW SAW – She was 40, he was – Got married at a young age 25 – Examples of love and – First Muslim to accept affection Islam – Source of pleasure, joy and – Devoted and loving comfort to her husband wife – Vast treasure of Islamic – Always stood by the knowledge and a teacherExamples of Some Marriages Prophet in moments of of scholars and experts
  • 51. Rituals In Marriage• Which month?• How to announce?• How to enjoy?
  • 52. Poisonous Elements GREEDAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  • 53. Poisonous Elements Show OffAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  • 54. Poisonous Elements Excessive SpendingAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  • 55. Poisonous Elements • Adopting Haraam customsAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  • 56. Some Tips
  • 57. Tackleown Wedding On your Smart • How to Simplify? • How to avoid extravagance • How to handle photo shoot session? • How to handle unexpected free mixing at wedding? • How to minimize extravagance?Some Tips
  • 58. Save Yourself • Practice simplicity • Provide support for Halal to bride and groom • Avoid extravaganc e • Cut out Haraam ritualsSome Tips
  • 59. Make DuaSome Tips
  • 60. Get Married, Not for yourself, butfor the future of your children, they are getting late for school and the fee is increasing day by day Think Economically 