This is the right place for those looking to learn Islam and concept of Marriage in Islam. Here, we will look into this matter in detail. In today’s modern age the concept of Marriage has become a fun like activity. Husband and wife use to meet upon trivial matters whenever they like and they spend most of the time with others. This is not only against the religious scriptures but also against different definitions and explanations of Western dictionaries and encyclopedias.
For instance according to the Collins Paperback dictionary the marriage is a contract between two individuals to live permanently as wife and husband. However, nowadays most of the people particularly in the western world do not consider marriage important , even if they marry they do not fulfill the requirements of marriage that in turn give rise to many social evils.
Now, those looking to learn Islam would be curious to learn the concept of Marriage in Islam. Marriage places an essential position in Islam. Keeping in view the immense importance of Marriage Islam declares Marriage as a one-half faith. Islam teaches their follower to get married as soon as you reach the age of marriage. According to Islam both the Husband and Wife are required to lead their lives in accordance with the rules and principles set by the Holy Quran as well as the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be upon Him). The saying of the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) is very famous that a person who is able to get married and even then avoid marriage is not amongst believers. Similarly, another famous saying of the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) it is mentioned that do not late three things, and one thing mentioned in that narration is Marriage.
Similarly, the creator of Mankind and entire Universe also states in the Chapter 24 and Verse 32 of the Holy Quran that the singles should marry. Keeping in view all these teachings of the Holy Quran and the Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), it is obvious that the marriage is an Important Obligation in Islam, all the scholars agree that when the God orders in such words and there are so many sayings of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him), these are adequate evidence to make a marriage compulsory obligation in Islam. Now those looking to learn Islam would also be interested in knowing why Marriage is so important in Islam?
There are numerous reasons that make marriage so important for couples and society as well. The Marriage in Islam makes the couple more responsible. There are numerous social evils that may be eradicated with marriage. The marriage makes sure the restricted sexual relationships that in turn reduces the chances of various diseases like HIV resulting from multiple sexual relationships. In addition to these prominent reasons there are also many other reasons that crystallize the significance of Marriage. This is because Islam pays too much stress on this important obligation.
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