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Marriage is undoubtedly a blessing of Allah the Almighty. The benefit it holds for the physical and spiritual upliftment of a person cannot be expressed in words. Two strangers, who till yesterday did not even know each other, they start loving and caring for each other in a such a way that it is almost impossible to separate them.
I am a Scholar of Islamic studies, Alhamdulillah. But in reality, I consider myself still a student of Islamic studies. The more I learn, the more I come to know that I have to learn more about Islam and its beautiful subtleties. Tasawwuf or Sufism is one field of Islam that motivates and inspires me a lot, especially to be a better person from inside than just the appearance. Alhamdulillah, I have a detailed study on this subject and have benefited quite a lot.
For the record, I am not a Salafi/Wahabi/Deobandi or a Shia/Shiite. I classify myself as a Sunni Sufi Muslim.
I was born and brought up in Saudi Arabia. My whole childhood and late teen years were spent outside of India, so one can say, I am equally accustomed to the Arabian culture as I am to the Indian culture. I can speak and understand English, Urdu, Hindi and have a level of fluency in classical Arabic and Persian.
Alhamdulillah, I have kept myself safe from all sorts of intimate physical interactions with women. I also have never smoked cigarette or hookah. I have never used drugs.
I am a deep thinker and usually, I remain away from loose talk. I believe remaining silent is far better than to just keep on talking for no reason. In a spousal relationship, it is very important to be an understanding and a listening partner. If one just keeps on talking and refuses to listen to the other, this relationship is bound to fail.
I am a self-taught home chef too but as of now, I don't cook everyday (That's my mother's forte and zone, Masha-Allah). I like to try my hand on various cuisines of the world and Alhamdulillah, have achieved success in replicating many dishes. Insha-Allah, hope to open an eatery soon in order to supplement my income.
Islam must play a pivotal role in who you are. If you value Allah the Almighty and His Beloved Prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him) over everyone and everything, then Masha-Allah, you are one of the greatest women of our times and it would be an honor to marry you so that I could learn and be inspired by you.
Although many might think that marrying a Scholar will be quite tough and will come with many limitations, it is in fact freedom and independence from fulfilling other people's wishes because an Islamic Scholar will only guide and advise to follow the will of Allah the Almighty. So, instead of getting tied up to the wishes of hundreds of people, it is better to humble oneself to Allah the Almighty and who better to help anyone walk this path than a Scholar (It seems marrying me will have some benefits after all, lol).
I always value a beautiful heart over a beautiful face. Usually, everyone says this but as I have aged and matured, Alhamdulillah, I say this, not just in words but from the depth of my heart. I dont want to marry just on the basis of looks. Looks can and will fade but a beautiful heart is forever. Although I don't think this applies to me but if anyone thinks I am attractive, please don't marry me just on the basis of looks. Kindly see my heart first and then decide whether I am good enough to be your spouse or not. Does this mean that a beautiful face has no value? Wrong, it does have a value and physical attraction too plays an important role in deciding who to marry but it is not the only deciding factor.
I do not mind marrying a divorcee or a widow or a revert.
I will not move to any other country.
I'm registering to find myself a partner