Muslim wedding ceremony
Muslim wedding ceremony is celebrated with grandeur. Muslim wedding, known as Nikaah in Urdu, can take place at any convenient time, because there is nothing like muhurat (the auspicious time) for the Muslims. Traditionally, the Muslim wedding is held at either the bride or the groom’s home.
Muslim wedding is divided into pre-wedding, wedding and post-wedding rituals.
The Muslim marriage is the most important ceremony for the Islam. It is a much awaited occasion, wherein the union of two souls is celebrated in an elegant and charming way.
The ceremonious occasion is organized and celebrated in myriad ways.
The post-wedding rituals followed by Muslims are divided into four phases, wherein the bride is bid goodbye by her family and is welcomed to her “new home,” by the groom’s family.