Nikah Ki Shari Hasiat information in Urdu for marriage and how to live with wife/husband.
Allah has made man and lady as couples so they might successfully aid one another to lead their lives in a way that satisfies Allah.Tohfa e Dulha is best gift to groom about marriage life.
شادی شدہ مرد کو خانگی امور کی راہنمائی فراہم کرنے والی کتاب جو کہ ہرگھر کی ضرورت ہے
Tohfa Tun Nikah_Sex Education in Islam
Tuhfa-e-Dulha is very interesting about marriage topic. it have beautiful and knowledge information on this topic. This Book is beneficiary for Azdwaji Zindagi khushgwaar aur kamyaab banane k liye behtreen Kitaab.
Tohfa-e-Shadi is a good book for newly married people to spend their married life perfectly in the light of Islam.
Tuhfa-e-Shadi (Wedding Gift) is an Islamic Urdu book about the marriage life. This book also tell us the Islamic concept of wedding and aware us about the ways to spend life of marriage and advised about Jinsi Masail.
Tuhfa e shadi is an free application that contains a lot of information regarding a complete marriage life from engagement to marriage life. Not only this you will also learn how to make love with your wife in first night (Suhaag Raat). Also many other information, which will make your life happier and easy. Its not only for newly married couples but already married couples can also get benefit of this free application.
In Islamic law, marriage – or more specifically, the marriage contract – is called nikah, an Arabic word whose original literal meaning was "sexual intercourse", but which already in the Quran is used exclusively to refer to the contract of marriage, In the Wehr-Cowan Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic, nikah is defined as "marriage; marriage contract; matrimony, wedlock". (At least in some marriages in some Muslim cultures such as Pakistan, there may be a delay between the nikkah and the rukhsati — when the husband, having obtained a good job and home, has the wife move in with him.)
In Arabic-speaking countries, marriage is commonly called zawāj (Arabic: زواج, from the Quranic term zawj (Arabic: زَوْج), referring to a member of a pair), and this term has recently gained currency among Muslim speakers of other languages as well. The marriage contract is known by different names: Literary Arabic: عَقْد ٱلْقرَان ʿaqd al-qirān, "matrimony contract"; Urdu: نکاح نامہ / ALA-LC: Nikāḥ-nāmah; Bengali: আকদ, romanized: akd; Persian: ازدواج ezdevāj "marriage" and سند ازدواج or عقدنامه (sǎnǎde ezdevāj, aqd nāmeh) for the certificate. The marriage celebration may be called ʿurs (Arabic: عُرْس), ezdewaj/arusi (Persian), shaadi (Urdu), biye/biya (Bengali) or düğün (Turkish)
The Quran says that men are the protectors and maintainers of women and from the Hadith, a man in turn is "entitled" the "right to enjoy" the "(woman's) private parts" as a "stipulation of the marriage contract". This sexual dynamic is further expanded in other hadiths.
Elaine Stokey writing in Scars Across Humanity: Understanding And Overcoming Violence Against Women, says "both the Quran and Hadiths contain passages which present women as the sexual property of men". Nikki Keddie writing in Women in Middle Eastern History: Shifting Boundaries in Sex and Gender says, "In all schools marriage is a contract, not a sacrament, and the man must provide materially for the wife and perform sexually. The wife must have sex whenever the husband wishes, but she has no material obligations.
Nikah mut'ah Arabic: نكاح المتعة, romanized: nikāḥ al-mutʿah, literally "pleasure marriage";1045 or Sigheh (Persian: صیغه) is a private and verbal temporary marriage contract that is practiced in Twelver Shia Islam in which the duration of the marriage and the mahr must be specified and agreed upon in advance. It is a private contract made in a verbal or written format. A declaration of the intent to marry and an acceptance of the terms are required as in other forms of marriage in Islam.
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