Wedlock, Nikah

'And give the women their Mahr as a gift'


'And the children who have not yet attained the age'


'Beat them lightly.'


'Have a look at either of my wives'


'I will go round to all my wives tonight


'If the guardian himself is the suitor


'If the wife fears cruelty or desertion'


'If they are in poverty'


'If you divorce the women and they fulfill


'If you fear that you shall not be able to deal'


'Marry me to so-and-so'


'Men are protectors and maintainers of women'


'No suckling is to be carried on after'


'Prohibited to you for marriage are'


'Protect yourself and your family from a fire'


'The women should not display their beauty'


'Whoever is able to marry, should marry'


'Your step-daughtersare also prohibited'


A free lady as the wife of a slave


A man should not stay in seclusion with a woman


A man's attempt to prevent arousing daughter's jealousy


A meal of trotters


A private meeting between a man and a woman


A woman presenting herself for marriage


A woman presenting herself to a righteous man


A woman should not allow anyone to enter her house


A woman should not fast except with husband's consent


Accepting an invitation to any party


Admonishing one's daughter


Awakening the desire for marriage


Bad omen of a lady


Beating the tambourine during the Nikah


Being polite and kind to the women


Borrowing clothes for the bride


Canceling an engagement


Claiming that one has more and better things than one really has


Conditions not lawful in the marriage contract


Conditions stipulated in the marriage contract


Consummating marriage before going on campaign


Consummating marriage during the day


Consummating marriage on a journey


Consummating marriage with a girl of nine years


Describing a woman to her husband


Deserting her husband's bed


Effeminate men are forbidden to enter upon women


Emigration with intent to marry


Equality in wealth


Exchanging daughters or sisters without Mahr


Give a wedding banquet even with one sheep


Giving a banquet with less than one sheep


Giving a bigger banquet for one wife than for others


Giving a wedding banquet


Giving Mahr in the form of material things


Giving one's young children in marriage


Husband and wife should have the same religion


Invocation for the women who prepare the bride


Invoking good upon a person who got married


It is obligatory to accept invitation to a banquet


It is prohibited to have two sisters as wives


Looking at female foster suckling relations


Loving some wives more than others


Marriage without the lady's consent is invalid


Marrying a matron after having had a virgin


Marrying a virgin after having had a matron


Marrying and manumitting one's own slave girl


Marrying one's daughter to a ruler


Marrying several women


Men will decrease and women will increase


Nikah-al Mut'a


Not getting married


Not to enter one's house at night from a journey


Not to marry a man married to one's paternal aunt


Not to marry more than four wives at a time


Ordering the wife to do something sinful


Perfume for the bridegroom


Permission for women to go to the mosque


Presenting one's daughter or sister to a man


Refusing an invitation


Regarding the manumission of a slave girl as her Mahr


Seeking to beget children


Sexual relations with all wives in one day


Something disapproving in a party


Taking one bath only after having had sexual intercourse with all the wives


Taking the permission of all the wives


The advice of a father to his daughter


The attendance of women and children at a party


The bride herself serving the guests


The coitus interruptus


The consent of the lady


The curtains, bedding, etc, designed for women


The decision of the Prophet


The exhortation of taking care of women


The Ghira


The jealousy of women and their anger


The lady already engaged


The looking of women at other people


The marriage of a Muhrim


The marriage of a young lady to an elderly man


The marrying of a poor man who is a Muslim


The milk belongs to the husband


The Naqi' served at a wedding party


The ruler is regarded as a guardian


The speech at the time of marriage


The type of woman one should seek for marriage


The wedding banquet is obligatory


The wife giving up her turn to another wife


The wife has a right over the husband


The witness of a wet nurse


The woman is a guardian in her husband's house


The woman whose husband is absent


To be unthankful to the husband


To draw lots among wives


To look at a woman before marrying her


To marry a man for what he knows of the Qur'an


To marry matrons


To marry virgins


Treating one's family in a polite and kind manner


What a man should say on having sexual intercourse


Whoever cannot afford to marry should fast


Women going out for their needs


Women in the Hell Fire


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