Monday, October 17, 2011

Muslim Girls in India and Pakistan

There are millions of Muslims all over India and Pakistan spoke different languages ​​and customs. But most Muslim women have a common culture dating back to several centuries. The main sects are the Sunnis and Shiites. The majority of the population belongs to the Sunni sect. You can visually tell who is Sunni vs. Shiite who is. The Sunnis are fairer in skin color and Shiites are brownish in nature.
Sunni vs. Shia has always been a problem in any country and especially in the sub continent. Many religious leaders who oppose any intermarriage between Sunni and Shia communities. Both communities closely guard their brides getting married and grooms. Tragically you can still see honor killings in some parts of Pakistan.
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In India, Muslim women are not educated as much as their Hindu counterparts. In Pakistan even worse. In addition to the major cities of Pakistan, women are rarely found in the workplace or in professional jobs. Many Muslim girls in India to go to college are doing a lot of professional and professional jobs such as engineers and doctors.
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When we come to the wedding Muslim girls are still following in the footsteps of their parents in the form of arranged marriage. Unlike Hindus, Muslims do not have the dowry problem. Unlike Hindus, Muslim boys take care of all wedding expenses. Many Muslim girls prefer boys who both settled in Gulf countries like Dubai, Saudi Arabia, England etc. Muslim boys and girls who have settled abroad like USA, UK, France etc, more choose to find their spouses in their home countries for a better life. It has a huge impact on local residents with the girls chose to settle the children also from foreign countries.http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_iWmwFx3gc4Y/S88KlV_Za2I/AAAAAAAABX0/tFGtPllHyTw/s1600/med_1256538013-1.jpg

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