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Many people might wonder about these habits of other countries and what customs in various matters such as food, clothes, work, marriage and raising children. The customs and traditions vary in each country, and they carry different meanings. Marriage is important in every country and has different ceremony customs. Each country still retains customs in such matters. UAE and India’s Muslim people have a few similarities such as religion; however, they also have many differences too.
Let’s start with the similarities. Both UAE and India have the same religion and they follow the religion’s customs in weddings. They require a lawyer and two witnesses to complete the marriage contract (3). Also, both countries have a document in which the marriage contract is registered. It contains a set of terms and conditions that must be respected by both the parties. In addition, they give the bride the right to divorce her husband. For the contract to be legal it must be signed by the bridegroom, the bride, the Walis, and the Maulvi and that’s what is in the religion. In their religion they separate one hall for men another for women and mixing is not allowed because it is “Haram “
UAE and India both find their husband by help from a matchmaker. Matchmaker is a woman tries to find a good man for a girl who wants to get married (4). She can find him by asking people and as well she knows many young men before and they are in her list. When she finds a good man she asks him to come to her house. Then she tells him about the girl that who wants to get married. In both countries matchmaker begins to show the man the girls’ picture and tell him about her family’s level and her looks. If he likes the situation then matchmaker gives him the address of the girl’s family.
On the other hand UAE the man should pay money for his girls as a dowry to feel about her value in the life and in herself this gives the husband feel about the responsible that he has. The husband in the UAE must give his wife another money over the dowry that she can used to prepare herself and buy her own clothes and jewel whereas there is no dowry for India's wife's because they still have some traditional mixed with their Islamic religion, well the wife has to prepare for the wedding and her house. She must buy all the preparation from jewels, her clothes and for the home like a bed, fridge, oven dishes and all furniture that she can buy.
Another difference that in Indian "The bride wears a red and white sari called a bandbani, named after the tie-dyeing technique used to color it"( 2). Her head is covered with the end of her sari, and often her hair is full of flowers. The groom usually wears a white kurta and paijamas, embroidered with golden thread, as well as a head covering, often a turban (1). Variously in the UAE the bride wears a big white dress and white cloth from the crown until the land, she wear also a Bangles in her hands and necklace around her neck, The groom usually wears along clothes which we called ( kandoora ) and they wear something else above the kandoora which called ( didasha ) made from rough cloths.
The other different that UAE and Indian have are days of ceremony. Usually Indian completes his wedding in three days. One for the bride and her family, another for the groom to sees his wife. The third days for dinner, dancing, singing and playing games between the bride and the groom (3). On another side UAE has just one day for the wedding. It sometime begins at night and neither takes one day starts at sunrise.
Marriage in both countries has reasons, most often including one or more of the following: legal, social, emotional, economical, spiritual, and religious. I think in future India will be more stick to their religion, because it's hard to woman do everything for wedding and the man must feel responsible about it. On another side Marriage in UAE will be at a less because the amount of dowry that the families' bride require. Each country must government takes a rule to save the progeny and social.
Zawaj.com Muslim Matrimonials!, Three Days of a Traditional Indian Muslim Wedding, at URL http://www.zawaj.com/weddingways/three_days.html,
Muslim matchmaker, detail for next event, URL http://www.muslim-matchmaker.co.uk/index.html
Lyntoma Linda, The sari, 1995, Haary N.A brams, library RAKWC
Conor Kilogallon, India and Sirlanka, 2003, Mason Crest, library RAKWC
Zawaj.com Muslim Matrimonials!, Three Days of a Traditional Indian Muslim Wedding, at URL http://www.zawaj.com/weddingways/three_days.html
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