جہیز کی اہمیت قرآن و سنت کی روشنی میں
The importance of dowry in the light of Qur'an and Sunnah
In the era of the Holy Prophet (s.a.w.w) and His Companions, the problems of marriage were very simple. At the time of marriage, the groom would go to the bride's house with a few people and perform the marriage ceremony and bring her home.There was no custom of dowry nor of any other at that time. These were the divine teachings and requirements of the Prophet Muhammad (sa.w.w). But today it is quite the opposite. As the scope of Islam spread beyond Arabia and many non-Muslims became Muslims, the new Muslims brought with them all the rituals of ignorance, one of which is dowry. Due to which marriages of many girls have stoppe.
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