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Wedding traditions between KSA (Saudi Arabia) and India
Islamic law or Sharia law is broadly practiced in many Islamic countries. The traditional “sharia law” has been embraced both in Saudi Arabia and India and forms the tenets of Islamic faith. Despite the adoption of the sharia law in both countries there are significant differences. This essay explores the wedding customs in both India and Saudi Arabia examining the Islamic law and the major differences in the interpretation of the traditional “sharia law”.
Diversity of interpretation when it comes to Islamic law explains the differences in India and Saudi Arabia religious practices. There are diverse Islamic interpretations that involves marriage. In most functioning Islamic law jurisprudence women are expected to be subservient to their husband (Abdulla & Keshavjee, 2018). It is imperative for men to protect women without necessarily resorting to violence. The Quran states that“Men are the protectors of women” (Ch. IV, V.34). Both Saudi Arabia and India traditions base their marriages on family law.
There is adherence to traditional marriages between both countries. Bridal costume is one unique element that defines the ceremony. In Saudi culture, the Saudi Arabia bridal costume commonly known as the Hijazi is handmade. This costumes has deep historical roots to the region (Kumar & Walia, 2016). A similar trend is common in India where the bridal attire called a lehenga is used in wedding ceremony. is important to reinstate that bridal costumes has a significant role for both cultures.
The wedding ceremony serve as a rite of passage where religious customs are manifested. Henna tattoos are usually used by the bride in both Indian and Saudi Arabian cultures. The applications however, come in different designs and shapes (Basha, 2020). A common practiced witnessed in both cultures is that the groom’s names or initials tend to hidden within tattoos. Henna forms an integral part in both cultures because it acts as a unifying factor for both cultures.
The cultures of Indian and Saudi Arabian bare a close resemblance in many ways but also exhibit significant differences. Family law is one of the most vital areas that still embrace the traditional sharia law. Others include the adherence to traditional bridal costume and the Henna tattoos by the bride.
Abdulla, R. S., & Keshavjee, M. M. (2018). Understanding Sharia: Islamic Law in a Globalised World. Bloomsbury Publishing.
Basha, H. (2020). Archetypes Rooted in Saudi Arabian and Islamic Cultural Traditions (Doctoral dissertation, University of Central Oklahoma).
Kumar, M.,& Walia, A.(2016).ELUCIDATION OF THE INDIAN SALWAR KAMEEZ. International E-Journal of Advances in Social Sciences, 2(6), 753-761.
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