Sunday, 30 October 2011

کچھ یہاں وہاں سے



لڑکے کی ماں: "مسز فرحت! ہم دیکھ آئے لڑکی، لڑکی تو پسند آئی پر فیملی عجیب تھی

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-نہیں بھئی، لڑکی کا رنگ ذرا دبا ہوا ہے


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جی جی آپ منع کر دیں ان کو، اور کوئی اچھی سی لڑکی ہو تو بتائیے گا-

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یہ والی لڑکی نہیں ، اس کا باپ اسکول ماسٹر ہے۔

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اونہھ لڑکی کو عینک لگی ہوئی ہے۔

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  • یہ لڑکی بھی نہیں، خاندان بڑا ہے۔

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  • لڑکی زیادہ پڑھی لکھی نہ ہو-

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 لڑکی ذرا کم عمر ہو۔

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لڑکی کی  ناک موٹی اور دانت ٹیڑھے ہیں۔

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27 comments:

  1. hahahah :P and if you say this stuff on their faces they'll call you ill Mannered. when they themselves don't have the manners.

    It was funny :P

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  2. @Daniyal Arain: I don't care if they call me ill mannered... :D

    Hmmm it is not funny I tried to show stupid behavior and criticizing comments of people when it comes to search a bride... :/

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  3. No - It's funny that how people judge others - How everyone wants the best -whether they're finding a bride, a Groom. It's not only with finding Brides.

    It's funny.

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  4. i agree with daniyal, bt then again, someone has to say it...

    the stupidity of our people is humorous, u cant hide that...

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  5. Asmma its true,you put a wise idea,you show the reality.thanks for sharing this,keep visiting my blog

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  6. @Daniyal Arain: It seems to me cheap & disgusting not funny, because funny words never insult anyone in any way... :|

    @quartertoinsane: This kind of stupidity hurts who are being targeted and doesn't create any humor... :/

    @sunny: Welcome... :)
    Insha Allah I do visit your blog... :)

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  7. Bitter truth of our society.....and the irony is ladies are more into it, just wonder how could they forget their days...??

    PS: sory for the delayed visit, never intended...just happened and thanks for the visit.

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  8. @IRFANUDDIN: It's OK, no need of sorry... :)
    Welcome... :)

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  9. @normal.is.overrated.: OK I am explaining it to you... :)

    Indeed I tried to show the cheap mentality of few sick people of Pakistan, those criticize girls while they are looking bride for their son... :)
    In this process they find faults in girls in her family, like girl has dark color complexion, why has a big nose or unbalanced teeth, demand for young girl not highly educated and also asked stupid questions about her family background, father of girl should be rich so he may fulfill their greed of dowry. They go door to door with pride, eat a lot when they are served at girls place. Poor parents of girls flatter them so they choose their girl as a bride.

    In post I give rude but suitable replay of their harsh comments... :)

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  10. While finding a bride, people tend to be attracted by the beauty and the JAHAZE coming with her in addition to good reputation of the girl and the family.
    When it comes to accepting a groom, his income and personal character is taken into consideration.
    Both parties should be more focussed on the good repute of each side. Beauty or jahaze should not be a determinig factor. Wishing for jahaise/dowery is a greed which is a curse.

    SOORAT NA DAIKHO, SEERAT DHAKHO is my message to both parties.

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  11. @Tariq Mian: Rightly said.... :)

    @mahlaqah: :D

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  12. People have distorted the meaning of Jahaze these. It was just a option for the bride to take a few things that she will need when she she has moved to the other house. and nowadays people have made the meaning of Jahaze to "Suck out the Blood of the Bride's Family".

    I've read how simple the Marriage of our Last Prophet - Muhammad(Peace Be Upon Him).

    If he did it that simply then who are we to change it. or put our own versions in it?

    haha :P
    "SOORAT NA DAIKHO, SEERAT DHAKHO"
    this phrase comes into my mind every time someone talks like that :P
    -.-

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  13. @Daniyal Arain: OK tell me when your turn will come, will you not demand for jahaiz? What will your demands? :)

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  14. OK I think I cheated here I bit 'cos I actually searched for it. I was quite sure that dowry in Islam is Accepted but only if the Bride's side WANT to give it. As a Gift.

    Something that I read which I think really summarizes it.

    A Muslim father does not have to bother for dowry, as there is nothing called ‘Dowry’ in Islam. On the contrary, Islam enjoins the groom to give a ‘Bridal-Gift’ or ‘Dower’ as a token of love and assurance to his would be wife at the time of marriage. In fact without payment of this sum, the marriage cannot get solemnized. The Holy Qur’an instructs the believers

    "And give the women (whom you marry) their dower (obligatory bridal gift) happily" (4:4)


    This makes me think that how much misinformed I am or any other person is. So at another Place I read this.

    There is no TAKING in it. It was just considered as a Gift from any of the side though the Groom has to give it - Must.

    I don't know if I'm right there or not. It is just based on my Information - So correct me.


    And about the question that you asked me - No. I will not demand for it.


    I think you already knew most of this whole comment but hey I am just commenting it for my own knowledge - Just tell me where I'm wrong ;).

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  15. Hmmm you didn't cheated in your opinion... :)
    Here we are discussing dowry on demand that consists on expansive things.
    The bridal gift or dower is other thing, it is right of bride and financial right of woman according ti Islam. Never consider it a price of bride.
    You are right in your approach... :)

    Insha Allah you will never demand for unjust jahiaz... :)

    Stay Blessed

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  16. ASMA, you forgot to visit my post

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  17. @Tariq Mian: I visited, but didn't leave comment there... :)

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  18. isn't dowry forbidden or at least not looked upon favorably in religion?

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  19. @quartertoinsane: According to Islam bride may takes few things with her when she leaves fathers house after Nikkah... :)

    But today we see a strange thing the woman is required to furnish a dowry or provide the furniture and all other expensive things for their future house.
    Dowry on demand or other words blackmailing parents of bride for dowry has no place in Islam... :)

    Insha Allah I will publish an article on Dowry... :)

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  20. hello Asma..this is my third time to see your post..I would love to comment but I can't understand huhuhu..you have no translator gadget on oh..but it's ok sis..

    on my answers to the interview of Marie it has a link on my latest post..it was just posted last night sis..thank you for always visiting me ;)

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  21. @Sie: Hello! Ohhh bad... :/
    Please read my rplay to "normal.is.overrated.:" I explained above post to her... :)
    I read your interview there and left comment and message for you... :)

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  22. oh ok sis Asma I am reading it now..so sad because they can't choose their own partner in life..and the parents where focusing on one's physical characteristics and wealth oh no ;(

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  23. @Sie: Indeed choosing partner is not sad part... :)
    When we people became greedy and demand this and that things from bride side is not sad and unreasonable, also Islam dislike and forbid these type of black mailing... :)

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  24. hahahaha!
    So dam true!
    Sighs. This is how feeble norms of our society are :(

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