Traditional Muslim Indian wedding
The blueprint is the same as the Middle-Eastern Nikah, a pattern seen in marriage ceremonies.
Traditional Muslim Indian wedding celebrations typically last for three days.
The Indian Islamic wedding ceremony is also preceded by a marriage procession known as the groom’s baraat.
Islam is one of the prominent religions in the world with over 1.6 billion followers of the religion.
Wedding is an integral part of Islamic culture and are mandated by the Holy Quran as one of the primary duties of a Muslim.
It enables a Muslim to preserve and multiply Islam through his family and future generations.
Muslim Wedding traditions vary greatly based on countries and regions, but at its heart, the ‘Nikah’ ceremony remains the same.
In India, more than 172 million people follow traditional Islamic wedding rituals which are a unique blend of traditional Islamic customs as well as
adapting the pre-existing rituals of the multi-cultural Indian sub-continent.