DRAMA AISE JALE JIYA EPISODE 12

Magic- or Kaala Jadu! Surely they can just as easily wear a sari with a full-blouse? I saw a scene in Zindagi Tere Bina and was disgusted. Rituals at the time of death- lately most of our dramas seem to show everyone wearing white on funerals. Close Window Loading, Please Wait! Again, there is no requirement to wear white to depict sorrow. This just goes to show how weak our Imaan is that we would go off running for solutions through any means.

This just goes to show how weak our Imaan is that we would go off running for solutions through any means. Islam empowers women and holds them in the highest regard. In Mera Naseeb , the mother-in-law threatens to abort her grandchild upon finding out the gender of the baby! S The purpose of this article is not to stir a religious debate, rather to highlight how our dramas have taken on other customs as norms. Seems like Star Plus is inspiring us a little more than we imagined! Treatment of widows is again a hot topic.

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Treatment of widows is again a hot topic. On the contrary, white represents purity and should be worn for Jumah prayers and weddings. Where did this concept come from? This is utterly shameful. More articles by admin. Surely they can just as easily wear a sari with a full-blouse?

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This may take a second or two. Daughters are considered a blessing but sadly some cultures still continue to practice female genocide and abort the girl child. But sadly, this is becoming very commonplace.

S The purpose of this article is not to stir a religious debate, rather to highlight how our dramas have taken on other customs as norms. Breaking of bangles for widows and taking away their jewelery- this one is just a bit much! Seems like Star Plus is inspiring us a little more than we imagined! Again, there is no requirement to wear white to depict sorrow.

Pakistan was a country that was created in as an independent nation for Muslims from the regions in the east and west of Subcontinent where there was a Muslim majority. This has been the cause of many disputes episods acts of violence- The drama Aise Jale Jiya dealt with this in much detail.

How many times do we see this come up in our dramas? Close Window Loading, Please Wait! Revealing clothing seems to be the distinguishing factor between the elite and the middle class.

Whatever happened to our Pak Sar Zameen?

Are we really that blind that we have taken on customs that are deeply-rooted in the religious beliefs of those other than Islam? In Mera Naseebthe mother-in-law threatens to abort her grandchild upon finding out the gender of the baby!

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Rituals at the time of death- lately most of our dramas seem to show dama wearing white on funerals. This just goes to show how weak our Imaan is that we would go off running for solutions through any means. Shirk- any association with Allah is the greatest sin.

The issue with daughters being born. Magic- or Kaala Jadu! Why then do we see women wearing 21 with their midriff showing? Same goes for divorcees.

Whatever happened to our Pak Sar Zameen? People going to esteemed peers for amals.

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Whilst a widow would naturally resort to simplicity, there is absolutely no mention of taking it to such dramw. I saw a scene in Zindagi Tere Bina and was disgusted. While there is no defined dress code, Islam stresses on modesty. There should be no discrimination against widows yet in some of our dramas we see widows treated like servants!

Islam empowers women and holds them in the highest regard.