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  1. 1. Shaadi: Life Time Investment
  2. 2. OutlineMarriage : A Crisis?Marriage in IslamBenefits of MarriageEssentials of Muslim MarriageSpouse SelectionEssential Tips
  3. 3. Marriage: A Crisis?
  4. 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. 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. 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. 7. Marriage In Islam A Life time Investment
  8. 8. NIKAAHA form of Ibadah in Islam
  9. 9. NIKAAHRasulullah(saw) hasreferred to it as “half of Deen”.Staus of Marriage In Islam
  10. 10. Social Obligation Islam considers marriage a social obligation, an act which is greatly admired by Allah.Status of Marriage In Islam
  11. 11. Natural Relationship Nikaah - is the (only) natural relationship between man and woman.Status of Marriage In Islam
  12. 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. 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. 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. 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. 16. Foundationof Marriage in Islam
  17. 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. 18. Garments For Each other They are clothing for you and you are clothing for them. Al-Baqarah: 187Foundation of Marriage in Islam
  19. 19. AdvantagesOf Marriage
  20. 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. 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. 22. EnjoyingLove Al-Baqarah: 187 MercySecurityAdvantages of Marriage
  23. 23. Benefits of Marriage for society
  24. 24. Preservation of Human RaceBenefits of Marriage for society
  25. 25. Preservation of Kinship TiesBenefits of Marriage for society
  26. 26. Safeguarding Society from Moral DegradationBenefits of Marriage for society
  27. 27. Establishing Family EnvironmentBenefits of Marriage for society
  28. 28. Increasing number of MUSLIMSBenefits of Marriage for society
  29. 29. EssentialsFor Muslim Marriage
  30. 30. CommitmentEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  31. 31. ContentmentEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  32. 32. CompromiseEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  33. 33. Mutual CaringEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  34. 34. PracticeCommunication SkillsEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  35. 35. Excellent MannersEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  36. 36. Learning to EmpathizeEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  37. 37. Being SINCEREEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  38. 38. LOVEEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  39. 39. ForgivenessEssentials for Muslim Marriage
  40. 40. Spouse Selection
  41. 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. 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. 43. And how do you select?WhereSpouse Selection
  44. 44. Pre-WeddingIslamic Principles
  45. 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. 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. 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. 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. 49. CompulsoryComponents Of Nikah • Presence of Wali • Ejab O Qabool • Khutba Nikaah • MehrSteps to Islamic Principles
  50. 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. 51. Rituals In Marriage• Which month?• How to announce?• How to enjoy?
  52. 52. Poisonous Elements GREEDAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  53. 53. Poisonous Elements Show OffAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  54. 54. Poisonous Elements Excessive SpendingAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  55. 55. Poisonous Elements • Adopting Haraam customsAvoiding Poisonous Elements
  56. 56. Some Tips
  57. 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. 58. Save Yourself • Practice simplicity • Provide support for Halal to bride and groom • Avoid extravaganc e • Cut out Haraam ritualsSome Tips
  59. 59. Make DuaSome Tips
  60. 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 