Our Nikah Khawan services in Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore and Karachi for online/offline Nikah at home with Urdu and English Nikah Nama. Our Nikah Khawan in Islamabad are available to solemnize your Nikah anywhere in Islamabad and Rawalpindi. On payment of an additional fee, we can arrange for a Nikah Khawan to accompany you if you need to perform a Nikah in another neighboring area. You must stay at his side during the entire day if you take the Nikah Khawan somewhere else.
Pakistan Legal Forum currently has three Nikah Khawans in Karachi, one Nikah Khawan in Islamabad, and one Nikah Khawan in Rawalpindi. In addition to Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi, we also provide service to the surrounding suburbs. Simply call us to book a qualified Nikah Khawan/Qazi who will arrive at your location at the appropriate time to perform your Nikah ceremony for as low as Rs.10,000-15,000 (For Nikah at home, where Wali is available).
Everybody knows and realizes that Pakistanis spend a lot of money on weddings and parties. Marriage is also celebrated as a festival and a number of cultural and customary functions are organized. In Islamabad, Karachi, and Rawalpindi, we charge a fixed fee for Nikah Khawans (Qazi). You will be charged Rs. 10,000 only, for a Nikah at home, if the Wali of the bride is available there and the witnesses of Nikah will be close relatives or neibourers. Nikah Nama registration will be our responsibility. You can collect the registered Nikah Nama from our office on the next day of marriage. Our fee is the lowest in Pakistan, but our services are of the highest quality.
Our authorized Nikah Khawans/Nikah Registrars can also register your Nikah in Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi.
The online ordering system for Nikah services has been available for Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi since 2012, and our Nikah Khawan (Qazis) are always ready to attend Nikah ceremonies either at your home or at your wedding hall.
Additionally, you can contact us over the phone or send an SMS to book our Nikah Khawan (Qazi), or you can order via WhatsApp. We also have offices in Karachi and Islamabad, where you can book our Nikah Khawan (Qazi).
Moreover, our office helps couples to arrange for NIKAH SIMPLICITY. They simply schedule a time in our chamber for the NIKAH, and then send the bride and groom to our office when it is convenient for them. In addition to performing the Ijab-o-Qabool, the Khutba-e-Nikah, signing and obtaining thumb impressions of the bride, groom, attorneys, and witnesses, our Nikah Khawan (Qazi) conducts the Nikah within 30 minutes of the bride and groom.
The Nikah Ceremony can be extended by taking pictures, recording videos, or distributing sweets.
We offer discounted rates for our Nikah Khawan (Qazi) when organizing the Majlis of Nikah at our office when we organize our own wedding or if we organize it at our office, we charge a discount rate of Rs. It costs only Rs. 8,000 for the services of our Nikah Khawan (Qazi). Such SIMPLE NIKAH saves the bride and groom from the cost of the marriage hall and banquette, from the cost of lunch or dinner to the cost of the decorations, from the cost of clothing and jewelry for the bride and groom to the cost of travel for their guests. This way would be straightforward and simple as walking to our office, completing the Shara’i Nikah in about 15-30 minutes, and then leaving. If you need any additional information, please feel free to contact us by e-mail, WhatsApp, SMS, the online web form on our website, or by phone. We also welcome visitors to our Karachi and Islamabad offices.
Many Nikah Khawan (Qazi) in Pakistan are amateurs, who haven’t studied in any Madressa, and who aren’t registered, who perform the Nikah service in accordance with Islamic Sharia. Our panel of Nikah Khawans (Qazis) has been performing religious functions for several years in Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi. They are all qualified from Islami Madrassas and are all certified. We generally have imams of mosques as our Nikah khawans (Qazis).
Muslim men are allowed to marry a Muslim woman as well as a non-Muslim Ahle-Kitab (Christian or Jew) woman, but non-Muslim women cannot do so. Muslim Nikah Khawans (Qazis) who are qualified from a Madressa solemnize the Islamic Nikah in Pakistan. When recognized by a religious authority, Nikah Khawans (Qazis) may formalize their obligations as Nikah Khawans (Qazi). Additionally, a copy of the Nikah Khawan’s (Qazi) license must be attached to the registration form. Nikahs cannot be enrolled if they are performed by unapproved Nikah Khawans (Qazis).
Nikah or Nikkah is an Arabic word, it mean a marriage or a marriage contract as per Islamic law, Wehr-Cowan Dictionary of Modern Written Arabic defines nikah as “marriage; marriage contract; matrimony, wedlock.”
Nikkah/Nikah/marriage ceremonies involve Muslim men and Muslim/Christian/Jewish women exchanging vows in an attempt to unite their lives. According to Islamic Shari’a, a Muslim man can marry a Christian or a Jew without the woman having to convert to Islam. Muslim women and girls may not, however, solemnize their Nikah with non-Muslims. Nikah is not only a sacred contract, but also a social contract.
“Marriage is the way to complete half of a person’s deen (way of life),” according to the Qur’an and Sunnah. As a result, He (Allah) has created spouses from among you for you to take wellbeing in, and He has placed love and mercy between you.” [Al Qur’an: Surah 30, Verse 21] The Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said: “I believe marriage is my way (Sunnah).” “Those who are not one of us.” – [Sahih-Al-Bukhari].
You may contact us via email, WhatsApp, SMS, online web form on our website, or by telephone with any further inquiries regarding Nikah (Nikkah), Qazi (Nikah Khawan), or Nikah Registrar. We also have offices in Karachi and Islamabad that are open from 10am to 7pm.
The Government appoints Nikah Registrars to register Nikahs in different parts of the cities. In addition to offering Nikah Khawan in Islamabad, Rawalpindi and Lahore, Right Law Associates also registers your Nikahnama (Official Document of Nikah). Nikah Registration Fees are received by the Nikah Registrar, who seals the Nikahnama once it is registered. Only the Nikah Registrar is authorized to register the Nikah, who is duly authorized to do so. Pakistan’s Islamic Republic of Islam requires it.
Nikah (Nikkah) has the following sections:
A Muslim marriage begins with this step. Usually, family elders find suitable mates for their children by contacting friends, family, or marriage counselors. Marriage proposals are usually sent to the bride or groom’s parents. Additionally, a young man can ask for the hand of the woman’s father or guardian if he wishes to marry her. The four reasons why a woman gets married are based on her wealth, her family status, her beauty, and her love for religion, and blessed are those who marry her as a result of her respect.” (Sahih-al-Bukhari & Sahih-al-Muslim) Note: In order to avoid mixing two “Non-Mahrams” or “dating” before Nikah (Nikkah), it is not permissible. Before Nikah (Nikkah), the bride and groom are allowed to meet and speak in a controlled environment under the supervision of a Mahram (father/brother/guardian).
The proposal can only be accepted once the man or woman who is to marry has given consent. It is necessary to have permission before proceeding again, as progress cannot be made without it. All conditions of the marriage must be agreed upon before proceeding again (e.g., emigration after marriage).
After the Nikah (Nikkah), the real wedding ceremony takes place. The performance of the Nikah (Nikkah) depends on a few factors.
Mahr: The groom gives the bride a “mahr” or wedding gift, which is the wedding gift. Gifts can range from money, jewelry, to simple acts. Mahar has no defined meaning or value, because it varies from person to person and culture. Mahr can be paid in full in advance, partially in advance and partially deferred, or deferred but payable later.
A wali or a vakil will accept a proposal on behalf of the bride, typically expressing his or her determination to marry and acceptance of the Qubool (acceptance) offer. (Sahih-ul-Bukhari)
Ijab-o-Qubool: Then comes the “Ijab” which expresses determination to marry and acceptance of the Qubool (acceptance) offer. A written document (Nikah Nama) must be signed by both parties and two witnesses.
Khutbah: The Nikah Khawan/Imam will preach to the bride and groom as well as the people in Nikah gathering about good lessons and goodness of weddings and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
A wedding feast called “Walima or Valima” is performed after the Nikah (Nikkah) is over by the groom’s side. Its main purpose is to inform the public that marriage exists between two people, since secret marriages are discouraged and marriage is considered valid only if both parties are informed. In addition to a great opportunity to celebrate with friends, family, and loved ones, Waleema is an ideal time to invite the poor to join the party as well. A ceremony like this should be as simple and straightforward as it can be. The Prophet (P.B.U.H) said: “The most sacred Nikah is the one that is the lowest cost.” Hazrat Muhammad (P.B.U.H) also said: “There is no such thing as worse nourishment than a marriage ceremony (Walima) where the rich are invited, while the poor are not. “Whoever rejects the invitation of the Walima (feast) does not obey Allah and His Messenger (P.B.U.H).”(Sahih-al-Bukhari) Anas explained this passage as follows: “When the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) married Zainab, he did not prepare a better wedding feast (Walima) than when he married her, and there was only one sheep in that feast.” (Saheeh-al-Bukhari)