For a Muslim couple marriage is beyond the union of two people who merely share the same interests, in fact It is amongst the signs of Allah’s greatness and builds a foundation of the household system for the Muslim society if it’s built with love, sincerity, and faith.
But sadly, the stats show otherwise. In recent years, the divorce rate has increased exponentially, and it indicates that it is time to revisit the divine revelations.
To anchor our understanding of marriage in Islam and to take us back to the true essence of marriage, Azaan Institute presents a PowerTalk “The Art of Happy Marriage”, by one of the most learned instructors of our nation, Qari Sohaib Meer Muhammadi which aims to teach us how to make marriage work in the light of Quran and Sunnah.
Qari Sohaib Meer Muhammadi
Qari Sohaib Ahmed Mir Mohammadi is a Pakistani national, a world-renowned Qari and Islamic Scholar. He studied in the College of the Holy Qur’an and Islamic Studies at the Islamic University of Madinah Al-Munawarah and has specialized in the ten readings of the Qur’an, Tajweed and Islamic Studies & Sciences. He studied from famous scholars such as Shiekh Hudhaifi for three years, further his capabilities were enhanced by supervision of Sheikh Hudhaifi and Dr. Ahmad Al Muqri for 2 years in recording of Qur’an at Radio Qur’an – Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. He frequently delivered lectures at Hajj and Umrah season in Urdu on behalf of Madinah University at Masjid An-Nabawai Al-Madinah Al-Munawarah. He had been Imam at main Mosques of Islamic University – Al-Madinah Al-Munawarah, Mosque Al-Farooq Al-Riyadh and Mosque ibn Baaz –Makkah Al-Mukaramah Saudi Arabia. He has also written several books on Islamic Values & Code. He frequently visits Middle Eastern countries and across Pakistan for Islamic Lectures, Leading Taraweeh and Qur’an Conferences. He is the founder of Qur’aan College and Islamic Training Institute in Phool Nagar where he teaches Qur’an and Hadeeth Sciences, Tafseer, Qiraat, Arabic Language and also supervise courses being held at girls’ campus.