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Translate nikah in to urdu

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Kaal Group: Members  Joined: 13th Jan, 2011  Topic: 3  Post: 9  Age:  30  
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 6:15am
 

Translate nikah in to urdu

Assalamo Alaikum to all friends

Mai ye janna chahta hoon ki Nikah ka urdu me kya tarzuma hai. Mere puchne ka matlab ye hai nikah ke pure maayne ko urdu me translate karen. Iska pura tarjuma kya hai. Aap logon se guzarish hai ki jo member jante hai wo jarur jawab de pls.

H/dr_Qasim Group: Members  Joined: 10th Sep, 2010  Topic: 185  Post: 6551  Age:  36  
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 7:29am
 

Nikah

esko Aq-qad- iqraar , Wahdah, agreement bhe keh sukty hen, Nikah meah Murd or orat ek dosry ko Shuri tor pur Huq maher tay kur kay ek dosry ko as husband wife Qubool kurty hen, esy marriage agreement bhe kehty hen, yeh ek turah ka wahdah hay iqraar hay , agreement hay jis ko arbi meah Aq-qud bhe kehty hen yani agreement baqi explanation myrizvi brother kur dangy ,
Kaal Group: Members  Joined: 13th Jan, 2011  Topic: 3  Post: 9  Age:  30  
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 9:52am
 

Nikah

Thnk you. Mai ye bhi janna chahta tha ki . Arbi me jo pura nikah padha jata hai. Agar usi ko mehfil me urdu me pura padha jai to to kya kya bola jaiga.

H/dr_Qasim Group: Members  Joined: 10th Sep, 2010  Topic: 185  Post: 6551  Age:  36  
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 9:56am
 

Myrizvi

myrizvi brother khotba-a-Nikah ki urdu translation or arbi dono yaha share kur dain, thanks
M Amin Group:   Joined: 01st Jan, 1970  Topic: 11  Post: 175  Age:   
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 10:23am
 

To myrizvi and Dr Qasim

AoA sir mjhy aik sawal pochna hy plz ans me jab k yeh sawal above question sy bilkuk alag hy sawal yeh hy k Ager koi orat apny Hasband sy Taalaq lena chai to islam me is k bary me kiya darss hy Jab k orat Haqq per ho or Hasban sirf tang karny per usy Taalaq na de raha ho Orat k 3 bachy bhi hain un ka kiya hoga.
myrizvi Group: Members  Joined: 20th Apr, 2008  Topic: 130  Post: 7760  Age:  55  
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 10:50am
 

M. Amin

1. agar husband biwi ko talaq nah day rahaa ho (aur kissi bhi wajah say) aurat talaaq lena chaahay to woh adaalat /qazi say raabitah karay... adaalat husband ko talab karegi... agar husband adaalat nah pahonchay to adaalat iss nikaah ko cancel kardegi... aur agar husband adaalat pahonch jaa.ay to dounouN ka mauqof sun kar, jo haq par hoga, oskay haq maiN faislah degi......... adaalat say biwi k iss tarah talaaq lenay ko kholaah kahtay haiN.

2. at the time of nikaah... nikaah agreement maiN aurat yeh shiq bhi shaamil karaa sakti hai k woh bhi husband ki tarah yaktarfah taur par talaaq day sakti hai...agar husband agreed ho aur nikaah maiN yeh shaamil kar di gayee ho...tab husband ki tarah biwi bhi az khud husband ko talaaq day sakti hai

khutbah e nikaah:

nikaah maiN khutbah paRhna masnoon hai, farz /wajib nahi...khutbah.e.nikaah k beghair bhi nikaah hojata hai... i'll try to post khutbah e nikaah with translation
myrizvi Group: Members  Joined: 20th Apr, 2008  Topic: 130  Post: 7760  Age:  55  
Posted on:14th Jan 2011, 11:06pm
 

Khutbah e Nikaah

The Prophet's (peace and blessings be upon him) Marriage Sermon

Prophet Muhammad taught the following Khutba (sermon) for Nikah (the marriage ceremony). Allah's peace and blessings be upon him. (Ibn Masood narrated it as reported in Tirmithi, may Allah be pleased with him)

Innal Hamda lillahi, nastaeenuhu wa nastaghfirhu, wa naoozu billahi min shorrori anfusina. Man yahdihi Allahu fala mudhilla lahu wa mayn yudhlil fa la hadia lah. Wa ash hadu al la ilaha il lal lah wa ash hadu an na Muhammadan abduhu wa rasooluhu.

All praises are for Allah. We seek Guidance and forgiveness from Him. We also seek refuge in Him from the evils of our ownselves. Whoever Allah guides, noone can misguide him. Whoever He lets go astray noone can put him back on track. We testify that there is no god but Allah and we testify that Muhammad is Allah's servant and His messenger.

After this initial statement, the Prophet would recite the following verses from the Quran:

Believers! Fear Allah as He should be feared, and see that you do not die save in the state of submission to Allah. (Quran 3:102)

O men! Fear your Lord Who created you from a single being and out of it created its mate; and out of the two spread many men and women. Fear Allah in Whose name you plead for rights, and heed the ties of kinship. Surely, Allah is ever watchful over you. (Quran 4:1)

O believers, fear Allah and say the right thing. Allah will make your conduct (affairs) whole and sound and will overlook your errors. Whoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, has indeed attained to a great success. (Quran 33:70-71)

Explanation: There are several principles, which these verses present:

By asking for Taqwa four times in these verses, Allah is clearly setting the principles on which a sound and stable family life can be established. The Prophet felt it was important to exhort the marrying believers to fear God and to avoid courting His displeasure whenever he gave a marriage sermon. Allah's mercy and blessings be upon him.

Taqwa is an important Arabic term with no clear equivalent in English. It is translated as piety, Allah consciousness, fear of Allah, Mindfulness of Allah, Living a life which follows Allah's guidance.

Marrying individuals who are mindful of Allah (who have Taqwa), are more conscious of their Creator, stay away from what He has prohibited, and enjoin what He has recommended are more likely to be good to each other and successful in marriage.

Taqwa (piety) is not just reflected in worship and Halal (permissible) types of marriage. It also requires clear communication between the spouses. This is the reason that immediately after asking believers for Taqwa, Allah is asking them to adopt proper speech by saying only the right thing.
Proper communication is rewarding in this world in that Allah will make your affairs right.

Proper communication will also be rewarded by Allah on the Day of Judgment, when He will also forgive our shortcomings in the hereafter because of it.
By reminding us that He has created us, Allah is telling us that He knows what is in our best interests.

It is also recognized that all human beings have sprung from the same root and that all of them are, therefore, of one another's flesh and blood.
By mentioning the process of creation, Allah is bringing in focus the purpose of marriage, and indicating that by marrying each other, we are becoming part of the sacred process of creation that Allah has set up.
Quran does not recognize any marriage that is not between a man and a woman.

Verse [4:1] is not just for Muslims only because Allah is addressing all of humanity. While Muslims are one brotherhood, this is part of a larger brotherhood of humanity. However, it is the duty of Muslims to serve Allah as a model servants of humanity.

At the time of marriage through these verses, the Prophet also asked marrying Muslims and the attending audience to attend to their relatives. This is the reason there are rights and duties of Muslims towards their relatives even if they are non-Muslims.

However, the only criterion of preference, Taqwa, is not measurable by human beings. Indeed Allah is the One Who knows and is aware of everything so we should leave even this criterion to Allah to decide instead of human beings judging each other.

Dua:

Let's think of our best moments with our Creator and our loving moments with His creation as we all pray for these newly married servants of Allah.

May Allah bless your marriage with the beauty of the marriage of Ayesha and her husband, may Allah be pleased with her.
May Allah guide you both on the steps of Taqwa and may He provide the two of you with good communication in your relationship.
May Allah bless the earth with your progeny who we pray will be better than us toward their Creator and His Creation.
May Allah help us all reaffirm our commitments to each other.
May Allah give Barakah (blessings) to the families of the bride and groom. May Allah bring them closer. May Allah make you a model family that will invite humanity to follow the guidance of its Creator.


Allahumma taqabbal minna innaka antas Sameeul Aleem. Wa tub alaina innaka antat tawwabur Raheem.
Allahumma Salle Ala Syyedena Muhammad wa ala alihi wa sallam.

M Amin Group:   Joined: 01st Jan, 1970  Topic: 11  Post: 175  Age:   
Posted on:15th Jan 2011, 5:11pm
 

Thanks

Sir I am thank full to you very very much Allah ap ko laaaaaambi umar dy jis me Dukhon ki PARCHAI tak na ho ameeeeeen
Abu . Lolo Group: Members  Joined: 16th Jan, 2011  Topic: 0  Post: 20  Age:  41  
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Posted on:16th Jan 2011, 4:24pm
 

yar nikah kay tarjumey ka..

kiya karna hay nikah parh lo seedhi tarah.
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