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Muslim Matrimony

Muslim unions between men and women are known as nikahs. Islam views marriage as a transaction that must be seen by two people. The bride receives the contract's reward, or "Mehr."

1. Nikah :

or a lawful marriage, is performed in accordance with all conventions and procedures. All limitations and requirements have been met. Both the husband and the wife freely consent to the marriage. The majority of people get married in this marriage. Among Sunnis, this is the only marriage.

2. Mutah Marriage:

When a woman is bonded in a marital bond by the men's permission for a predetermined amount of time. After this time, the marriage immediately dissolves. Shia Muslims frequently engage in these short-term unions. The father's property belongs to the children born outside of marriage. The woman, however, has no claim to the husband's possessions. In India, it is not well-liked.

3. Fasid marriage:

This type of marriage is characterized by any deficiencies, irregularities, or problems that still exist in the union. The marriage can be made regular, correct, or valid by eliminating the irregularity. A fasid marriage is a fifth marriage by a person or a marriage to a non-Muslim woman, however if one of the wives gets divorced or the woman converts to Islam, the marriage is recognized as legal.

The amount of Mehr in a Muslim marriage is also determined at the time of Nikah. The bride's gift, or "mehr," is property or cash.

The usage of Mehr aims to end polygamy and the abuse of divorce.

1: Fixed Mehr or Satwar (paid before or at the time of marriage)

2- Delayed Mehr (fixed at the time of marriage and paid for divorce or otherwise)

3. Suitable Mehr (Not fixed at the time of marriage and is taken according to the financial condition of the husband at the time of divorce.)

Both parties sign a legal document at the time of the wedding. The agreement also specifies the quantity of Mehr.