Muslim Nikah A Marriage Covenant To Unite Muslim Singles

Posted on 2018-03-27     

Muslim Nikah is a blissful ceremony celebrated with lots of fun-loving celebrations unites bride and groom in a sacred relationship. Muslim singles nowadays looking for a matrimonial search to tie a nuptial knot with a preferred girl or guy. Muslim marriage is also known as ‘Nikah’ connect two mutual matches in a lifetime bond. This is a contract based relationship by accepting terms and conditions are prescribed in the holy ‘Quran’. Muslims are the great follower of holy ‘Quran’ morals and teachings to spend the rest of life together in a marital bond. According to the Islamic views, it is considered as a religious obligation, a bond between the matchmaking couple and Allah (God). This is an only requirement for Muslim matrimony, signing a marriage contract in the presence of Walis and officiant. Most marriages are performed in the mosque to unite two different people in a marriage relationship. 

First Step: Wali Presence 

During ‘Nikah’ Wali presence is a mandatory father of the bride and groom, however at this time close relatives and all family members present there. In the presence of parents, all the religious and customs practices are performed here such as knowing the free will of the matchmaking couple who are going to marry. 


Mahr is a promised token or amount of money given to the bride during nikah by groom and his family. This is a legal commitment or promises to give a suitable amount of cash, jewelry or property share as a mahr to the bride. This is a big one gift given to a bride special for being an essential part of matrimony. 

Mutual Agreement of Bride and Groom

This is an actual ceremony to enter into a marital relationship by expressing a free desire and signing marriage contract after completing this process couples are considered legally husband and wife. It is a mutual agreement between Muslim bride and groom. 

Vows And Blessings

An additional religious ceremony generally the officiant recites the chapter of holy ‘Quran’ a very first Fatihah and Durud (blessings). They don’t generally recite holy hymns (mantra), the couple only hears, officiant describes real meaning of marriage for newlywed. 


After finishing overall ceremonies, Muslim bride and groom receive blessings from their elders and take a departure from the wedding venue. This is a step taken by them towards their marital life, beginning after grand feast (Walima) reception function.

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