:: Volume 4, Issue 10 (Spring 2013) ::
تاریخ فرهنگ و تمدن اسلامی 2013, 4(10): 77-94 Back to browse issues page
The Custom of Marriage Portion among Some Muslims during Both First and Second Centuries AH
Seyyed Alireza Vase’i 1, Zakiehsadat Amiri2
1- Associate professor from the Research Institute of Islamic Sciences and Culture. , vaseiali@yahoo.com
2- MA in Islam History.
Abstract:   (687 Views)
As one of the components of marriage, “marriage portion” is an ancient tradition among Muslims which follows particular customs and methods. Although this custom is from those sanctified by Islamic Shari’ah, it underwent some changes. Some changes such as the amount of marriage portion and its being the right of woman herself taken as a substitution for the previous customs. This custom was subject to changes rooted in the Muslims’ livelihood during various Islamic periods and underwent evolutions. With all the Islamic emphasizes and formation of Mahrulsonnah within the Islamic society and insistence on its moral nature, a clear pattern was never followed by the Muslims. Based on various reasons, this category was passed through a path full of ups and downs and some evolutions happened for it in the Islamic society. It has been attempted to indicate an image of this custom during the first two Islamic centuries which is, to some extent, Islamic tradition realization.
Keywords: Marriage portion, customs and traditions, Sidaq, Islamic society, gift, religious tradition.
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Received: 2012/12/28 | Accepted: 2013/05/27 | Published: 2019/11/28


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