Naushahro Firoze, Pakistan
Marriage is a very important decision in one's life. Getting a good life partner is everyone's dream.
Most Matrimonial services charge hefty amount of money, but pakistanrishta is for people who are truly interested in marriage and are serious to get married.
Wedding (also called Shaadi or shadi in Pakistan and India) is a social and religious bond between two individuals and also between two families, and is a life long committment.
The Prophet Muhammad (S) said, “The best people of my nation (Ummat) are those who get married and have chosen their wives, and the worst people of my nation are those who have kept away from marriage and are passing their lives as bachelors.”
Many distressed parents seek help of professional Marriage bureaus for match making. It is generally run by the people who are reasonably experienced and skilled in match making,but there are some thugs also, who fleece people (so be careful). There are some online marriage bureaus such as www.pakistanrishta.com that are free of cost. For online marriage bureaus you have to register online to make your profile. In the pakistanrishta website you can view different proposals online according to your requirement. You have the option to correspond directly with the other party. We also provide personalized service, but then you have to pay for our time.
Many marriage bureaus are located in different cities of Pakistan i.e. Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Peshawar, Multan etc who are busy in match making and have adopted this profession. Pakistan Rishta Marriage bureaus is locted in Lahore, and have proposals not only for singles but also proposals for widowed or divorced clients.
In Islam full consent of the boy and girl is a must. Shaadi is an important decision of one's life so the consent of parents is also important for a happy married life.
The key to success in Islamic marriage is seen as the moral quality of the partner. The ideal Muslim bridegroom therefore goes into marriage with the responsible attitude of a person establishing a family on the best possible foundation of love and mutual compassion, and not of beauty, wealth or social position.
The Prophet (S) said, “Two rak‘ats (cycles) prayed by a married person are better than the night-vigil and the fast of a single person.”