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Adab al-Nikah : Proper Conduct of Marriage
Adab al-Nikah : Proper Conduct of Marriage
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Details:  Adab al-Nikah: The Proper Conduct of Marriage in Islam,
[A5] Paperback - 185 pages,
by Abu Hamid al-Ghazali.
Book XII of the Ihya Ulum al-Din: 'Revival of the Religious Sciences,'
Translated from the Arabic by Muhtar Holland.





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This is Book XII of Ihyā Ulum al-Dīn (Revival of the Religious Sciences), translated by the eloquent Muhtar Holland. Topics in this book include: benefits of marriage, challenges of marriage, selecting a spouse, rules of married life, relations between husband and wife, having children, preferred actions at childbirth, obligations of spouses to each other, and avoiding divorce.


In the words of Hujjat al-Islam; Imam al-Ghazālī, may Allah be pleased with him, “Marriage comes to religion’s aid, striking devils with dismay”. How appropriate that one should study its occasions, preserve its sacred traditions and its etiquette, explain its aims and purposes, and detail the paragraphs and chapters of the subject.


The subject of Marriage, discussed is surely of particular interest and importance to Muslims and non-Muslims alike.







Table of Contents :


---Acknowledgements,
---Translators Introduction,
---Concerning the Author,
---Introduction.


Chapter [I]
---Merits and Disadvantages of Marriage,
---The Benefits of Marriage,
------[a]. The Begetting of Children,
------Conclusion,
------[b]. Immunity from Satan ;
------Relief from craving,
------Protection against the Perils of Lust,
------[c]. Relaxation and Recreation for the Soul,
------[d]. Freedom from concern running the Household, (and all the chores of cooking, making beds, cleaning dishes and preparing meals),
------[e]. Self discipline and training through custodianship and guardianship,
---The Disadvantages of Marriage,
---Conclusions.


Chapter [II]
---Concerning the Marriage Contract,
---The Bride,
------Conditions of Legality,
------Conditions of Happiness,
--------1. Religion,
--------2. Good Character,
--------3. Beauty,
--------4. Moderate Dower,
--------5. Fertility,
--------6. Virginity,
--------7. Good lineage,
--------8. Absence of close Kinship.
---Qualities desirable in the Husband.


Chaper [III]
---Conjugal Life : Duties of the Husband,
------1. The Wedding Feast, Is the first good custom to observe,
------2. Good Treatment (of wives),
------3. Dalliance,
------4. Authority,
------5. Observing Moderation in Jealousy,
------6. Moderation in Maintenance,
------7. Education,
------8. Equal Treatment,
------9. Disobedience,
------10. Sexual Etiquette,
------11. Having Children,
------12. Divorce.
---Rights of the Husband,


---About the Translator,
---Index.











Includes Footnotes.








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