Islamic dating customs
Before starting separate rituals in the bridge and the groom’s house, the Maulvi or the religious head seeks permission from the Almighty to perform the wedding. Ishtikara is usually held in the mosque, in presence of the respective fathers of the bride and the groom and other senior members of the family.
After reciting, the verses from holy Quran and seeking the permission from Almighty, the Maulvi and the father of the bride and the father of the groom have a consensus on the marriage date.
The patterns were found on woven bands as well as items of clothing in two separate grave sites, prompting the suggestion that Viking funeral customs had been influenced by Islam.
reported on the finding, but now a leading expert in mediaeval Islamic art and archaeology has disputed the claim and said the inscription contains "no Arabic at all." Stephennie Mulder, a professor from the University of Texas in Austin, said the error stems from a "serious problem of dating".
Asia on architecture after 15th century," she wrote on Twitter. "Let’s assume there are 10th century Central Asian textiles with square Kufic.
Dear Entire World: #Viking ‘Allah’ textile actually doesn't have Allah on it. Even so, it turns out Larsson’s drawing doesn’t say ‘Allah'," she wrote.
Muslim weddings are celebrated with pomp and grandeur. Most of the weddings are arranged and the boy and the girl have the final decision in selecting their prospective bride or the groom.The traditional Islamic marriage is really simple and is without extravagance.There is no Mehndi carnival or singing or dancing in a real Islamic wedding. Most of the Muslims spend a lot of money on the wedding decorations, food, dresses and gifts and the wedding itself."Instead the drawing says للله ‘lllah’, which basically makes no sense in Arabic."Arabic phrases like الحَمْد لله al-hamdulillah incorporate 'l-lah' but don’t stand alone, and it’s spelled لله with two uprights, not three." Finally, Prof Mulder claims the evidence of Islamic influence presented by Ms Larsson is based on "conjecture" and "supposition" rather than "proof".