A study of the relationship between marital adjustment and social psychological dimensions among working couples. Navshad Ahmad

A study of the relationship between marital adjustment and social psychological dimensions among working couples.

Author: Navshad Ahmad
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Book Title
A study of the relationship between marital adjustment and social psychological dimensions among working couples.
Author
Navshad Ahmad
ISBN
9781805455394
Marriage as a practice has existed since times immemorial. The first marriage on earth as noted in religious scriptures is the marriage between Adam and Eve at the time when humans were created; almost all the major religions on the earth hold the belief. It is noted in early Judeo- Christian perspective Genesis 2: 18-24, when God said, "It was not good for man to be alone" so He made a "helper suitable for him...woman" (Thompson, 1990). Islam made marriage as an obligatory practice; The Holly Quran says; "marry the unmarried among you and the righteous of your male and female slaves. If they should be poor, Allah will enrich them with His Favours. Allah is Bountiful and Knowing"; An-Nur 24:32. The Hinduism considers marriage a religious sacrament under which a man and a woman not only finds a permanent relationship but considers it as a source of spiritual endowment. According to K.M. Kapadia, "Hindu marriage is a socially approved union of man and a woman aiming at dharma, procreation, sexual pleasure and observance of certain social obligations". It also lays emphasis on marriage by mentioning it as an essential sanskar (obligatory rituals as per Hindu scriptures) among a total of obligatory sixteen sanskars. A marriage can therefore be purely a religious affair, which is a ceremony at a religious place- a church, temple, mosque, gurdawara etc. or a civil marriage which takes place at civil registry office or a venue otherwise approved, without religious rituals. However, a marriage in south Asian countries is largely religious, which signify a relationship which means a lifelong companionship. Binding Type: PaperbackAuthor: Navshad AhmadPublisher: NaumanqureshiPublished: 01/15/2023ISBN: 9781805455394Pages: 176Weight: 0.54lbsSize: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.38d

Marriage as a practice has existed since times immemorial. The first marriage on earth as noted in religious scriptures is the marriage between Adam and Eve at the time when humans were created; almost all the major religions on the earth hold the belief. It is noted in early Judeo- Christian perspective Genesis 2: 18-24, when God said, "It was not good for man to be alone" so He made a "helper suitable for him...woman" (Thompson, 1990). Islam made marriage as an obligatory practice; The Holly Quran says; "marry the unmarried among you and the righteous of your male and female slaves. If they should be poor, Allah will enrich them with His Favours. Allah is Bountiful and Knowing"; An-Nur 24:32. The Hinduism considers marriage a religious sacrament under which a man and a woman not only finds a permanent relationship but considers it as a source of spiritual endowment. According to K.M. Kapadia, "Hindu marriage is a socially approved union of man and a woman aiming at dharma, procreation, sexual pleasure and observance of certain social obligations". It also lays emphasis on marriage by mentioning it as an essential sanskar (obligatory rituals as per Hindu scriptures) among a total of obligatory sixteen sanskars. A marriage can therefore be purely a religious affair, which is a ceremony at a religious place- a church, temple, mosque, gurdawara etc. or a civil marriage which takes place at civil registry office or a venue otherwise approved, without religious rituals. However, a marriage in south Asian countries is largely religious, which signify a relationship which means a lifelong companionship.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Navshad Ahmad
Publisher: Naumanqureshi
Published: 01/15/2023
ISBN: 9781805455394
Pages: 176
Weight: 0.54lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.38d

Marriage as a practice has existed since times immemorial. The first marriage on earth as noted in religious scriptures is the marriage between Adam and Eve at the time when humans were created; almost all the major religions on the earth hold the belief. It is noted in early Judeo- Christian perspective Genesis 2: 18-24, when God said, "It was not good for man to be alone" so He made a "helper suitable for him...woman" (Thompson, 1990). Islam made marriage as an obligatory practice; The Holly Quran says; "marry the unmarried among you and the righteous of your male and female slaves. If they should be poor, Allah will enrich them with His Favours. Allah is Bountiful and Knowing"; An-Nur 24:32. The Hinduism considers marriage a religious sacrament under which a man and a woman not only finds a permanent relationship but considers it as a source of spiritual endowment. According to K.M. Kapadia, "Hindu marriage is a socially approved union of man and a woman aiming at dharma, procreation, sexual pleasure and observance of certain social obligations". It also lays emphasis on marriage by mentioning it as an essential sanskar (obligatory rituals as per Hindu scriptures) among a total of obligatory sixteen sanskars. A marriage can therefore be purely a religious affair, which is a ceremony at a religious place- a church, temple, mosque, gurdawara etc. or a civil marriage which takes place at civil registry office or a venue otherwise approved, without religious rituals. However, a marriage in south Asian countries is largely religious, which signify a relationship which means a lifelong companionship.



Binding Type: Paperback
Author: Navshad Ahmad
Publisher: Naumanqureshi
Published: 01/15/2023
ISBN: 9781805455394
Pages: 176
Weight: 0.54lbs
Size: 9.00h x 6.00w x 0.38d