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Is imitation jewellery haraam.

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Answer All types of imitation jewellery for women is permissible. Only pure silver or pure silver plated equivalent to 4.5 Mashas (67.5 grains troy) rings are permissible for men. (Shaami vol.6 pg.359 HM Sa?eed; Dars-e-Tirmidhi vol.3) and Allah Ta’ala Knows Best Mufti Ebrahim Desai Original Source Link

On weddings people spend so much money on gold and everything.does the bride have to have this much gold.what does the husband and wife have to have.

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In terms of gold and buying each other stuff.do they have to actually by the gold or is this a tradition which people have made up them selfs after seeing Sikhs and hindu?s and Christians doing this sort of stuff.jazakallah Answer The purchase of gold jewellery, etc. at the time of marriage is permitted. However,… read more »

1)why can’t she show them to a mushrik female (who might not even discuss her features etc. with anyone else?). 2)Dowry is ‘jahaiz’ which is a custom in India/Pakistan

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1)I read somewhere that a Muslim female cannot show her hair to a non-muslim female. She has to cover every part of her body except for her face from a non-muslim female . And the reason was that the mushrik females discuss the muslim female’s figure with non-mehrams. But these days I’ve seen Muslim females… read more »