Ideal Marital Life Principles in Islamic Law

  • Shabana Noreen; Dr. Seema SBBWU, Peshawar.
Keywords: Ideal, Marital Life, Islamic law, Islamic Society


All living things in this world are made in pairs. Marriage is a natural human desire and is necessary for the survival of mankind. Marriage is not only a relationship between two people, it is also the foundation for future generations. A good marriage relationship creates a peaceful environment for the development and development of the family and society as a whole. The wife, one of the partners, is relatively vulnerable in this relationship. Therefore, she needs additional social protection and material support. Of course, there are no twists and turns in marital relationships. Overcoming and coping with the difficulties and obstacles that arise in marriage are the skills that ultimately lead to a life of abundance, joy, and satisfaction. The 21st century is a symbol of advances in science, technology and communication, which has elevated marital relationships to a higher level. Today, social and demographic statistics around the world are not as sound as they were decades ago. In this changing scenario, some views and discourses argue that the structure of Islamic social structures is losing some traditional, cultural and religious contexts. The teachings of the Quran and the marriage of the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) are role models for every husband and wife. This article addresses and explores contemporary family issues and issues that arise in an Islamic society. By linking all these issues and adopting a qualitative research methodology, the conclusions and suggestions drawn from the Islamic teachings will be be concluded in the end of the study.

How to Cite
Dr. Seema, S. N. (2021). Ideal Marital Life Principles in Islamic Law. AL-QAWĀRĪR, 2(04), 73-85. Retrieved from