Me Hindu Brahmin and he is Muslim
Nupur says: June 19, 2012 at 3:40 pm
plsss stop all this Hindu Muslim f8s… Literally m crying now… I am an officer in a bank and my lover is a manager in another bank. Me Hindu Brahmin and he is Muslim… for past 6 yrs we are in love with each other. Every one in his family knows about us and accept n love me lyk anythng.. We both believe in Sai Baba…
Only thng is that me afraid how to tell to my family… We both have decided that if my parents will not agree then we shall both commit suicide… eithr way we both shall be 2gethr… Love him lyk anythng…May God Help all true lovers and pls for God sake ….both Hindu and muslim have red blood…
Great that the guy’s Muslim family loves you. Now go tell them that you truly believe in what Gandhiji said…”Your religion is like your mother. Just because your mother is less attractive than your friend’s mother you can’t abandon your mother and adopt a new one.” Tell them that you are a Brahmin and will die as a Brahmin, I will never take the Shahadah oath because I am not a lier. Get back to us what you have learned.
Nupur says: June 19, 2012 at 3:45 pm
n for what u suggesting Nikaah n all… both religions are equally imp.. u marry in both style…
MUSLIM READERS, please clarify if this statement is wrong: “For Islamic Nikaah (or wedding), the Hindu intended spouse has to convert to Islam by Shahadah. Islamic wedding is NOT possible without the religious conversion. So, after Shahadah, it will not be a Hindu-Muslim marriage, but only a Muslim-Muslim marriage.”
So Nupur, yes you could have both ceremonies, if you wish.
Nupur says: June 19, 2012 at 4:15 pm
can you tell me the process of court marriage… plzz make it very clear…
Shahadah (conversion) for Nikaah is not a hollow ritual devoid of meaning. It will set a tone of your new life, it will change all (this) to [that]. If you intend to be a true Muslim, then only consider Shahadah/Nikaah. If not, have FIRST a civil wedding (Shamim just did that to marry Rahul). After the civil wedding, you could have any numbers of non-conversion (like Shahadah) religious weddings, if you wish.
If he is a fundamentalist Muslim, he CANNOT be a part of Brahmin wedding where multiple idols are being worshipped. Alternatively, if he is a secular Muslim, he should not insist on Shahadah. So you find out truth and decide what do you want to do.
Readers, probably Nupur’s Muslim lover has not told her about the Shahadah conversion. What would you tell him if he start talking about the conversion now?