Nikah Khuwan / Imam / Qazi Services in Karachi, Islamabad / Rawalpindi, Lahore, Pakistan


As everybody knows and realizes, Pakistanis spend huge money on our marriage ceremonies and parties. They also celebrate marriages as a festival and organize several cultural and customary functions. Through our Nikah Khawans (Qazi), you will be charged Rs. 10,000 only, including all legal documentation and registration. Although Nikah Khawan (Qazi) fees vary from city to city, we charge a fixed fee in Islamabad, Karachi, and Rawalpindi. No doubt, our fee is the lowest in Pakistan, but our services are of a high standard.

Affordable Nikah Khuwan Fees

At, we understand the importance of affordability during such significant life events. That’s why we offer our exceptional Nikah Khuwan services at a reasonable fee of just 20,000 PKR, making your Nikah ceremony both affordable and u nforgettable.

Nikah Khuwan Services In Pakistan

If you are planning on getting married in Pakistan, there are a few things you need to know about Nikah Khuwan’s services. What kind of services provide by Nikah Khuwan/Imam/Qazi, how they work, and how you can contact us in cities like Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, and Peshawar for Nikah Khuwan/Imam/Qazi Services.


Many Nikah Khuwan (Qazi) in Pakistan are amateurs, who haven’t studied in any Madressa, and who aren’t registered, who perform the Nikah service in accordance with Islamic Sharia. Our panel of Nikah Khuwans (Qazis) has been performing religious functions for several years in Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi. They are all qualified from Islami Madrassas and are all certified. We generally have imams of mosques as our Nikah Khuwans (Qazis).

Muslim men are allowed to marry a Muslim woman as well as a non-Muslim Ahle-Kitab (Christian or Jew) woman, but non-Muslim women cannot do so. Muslim Nikah Khuwans (Qazis) who are qualified from a Madressa solemnize the Islamic Nikah in Pakistan. When recognized by a religious authority, Nikah Khuwans (Qazis) may formalize their obligations as Nikah Khuwans (Qazi). Additionally, a copy of the Nikah Khuwan’s (Qazi) license must be attached to the registration form. Nikahs cannot be enrolled if they are performed by unapproved Nikah Khuwans (Qazis).

Nikah Khuwan Service Fee

Everybody knows and realizes that Pakistanis spend a lot of money on weddings and parties. Marriage is also celebrated as a festival and a number of cultural and customary functions are organized. In Islamabad, Karachi, and Rawalpindi, we charge a fixed fee for Nikah Khuwans (Qazi). You will be charged Rs. 10,000 only, for a Nikah at home, if the Wali of the bride is available there and the witnesses of Nikah will be close relatives or neighbors. Nikah Nama  registration will be our responsibility. You can collect the registered Nikah Nama from our office on the next day of marriage. Our fee is the lowest in Pakistan, but our services are of the highest quality.

Nikah Khuwan Services: Cultural Sensitivity

Nikah Khuwans are often attuned to the cultural nuances of the communities they serve. This sensitivity is crucial in conducting ceremonies that respect and honor the diverse backgrounds of the couple and their families.

Nikah Khuwan Services: Conducting the Ceremony

The Nikah ceremony itself is a sacred event, where the Nikah Khuwan leads the proceedings. They recite the relevant verses from the Quran, facilitate the exchange of vows, and ensure that the marriage contract (Nikahnama) is correctly filled and signed.

Nikah Khuwan Services: Post-Ceremony Support

Nikah Khuwans may offer guidance and support to the newlyweds as they embark on their marital journey. This can range from advice on maintaining a healthy relationship to referrals to other resources if needed.

Nikah Khuwan Services: How Nikah is perform in Islam

Nikah (Nikkah)

Nikah (Nikkah) is the following ceremony, which is the actual marriage ceremony. Several factors affect Nikah (Nikkah). 

Mahr (Dower):

The groom gives the bride a marriage gift called a Mahr, or dower. The gift could be money, jewelry, or another valuable, or it could be a simple act of kindness.

According to the cultures and people of the world, the meaning of Mahar varies. Payment for Mahr can be made fully in advance, partially in advance and partially deferred, or deferred but payable on demand. – [Sahih-ul-Bukhari] 


The third part of the song is “Ijab”, which expresses the desire for marriage and acceptance of the Qubool (acceptance) offer. 

In traditional weddings, the wali or vakil is usually the one to accept the bride’s proposal. In addition to the written document (Nikah Nama) signed by both the bride and groom, there are also two witnesses known to both parties. 


An Imam or Nikah Khuwan will address the people gathered at the wedding ceremony with the bride and groom about Muslim weddings and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).

What are the Benefits of using Nikah Khuwan/Imam/Qazi Services?

There are many benefits of using Nikah Khuwan/Imam/Qazi services, some of which are mentioned below: Nikah Khuwan/Imam/Qazi Services help Couples to Marry in a Religious Way Nikah Khuwan/Imam/Qazi Services provide a platform for couples to get married in a religious and cultural way that is acceptable to both families. It is a service that can be used by couples who want to get married in a mosque or a private ceremony. The service provides a religious officiant, who will conduct the Nikah ceremony, and a wedding planner, who will help with the logistics of the wedding.

Our Offline & Online Nikah Khuwan Services in Karachi, Islamabad, and Rawalpindi

We have offices in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad, so we can provide you with quick and efficient Nikah Khuwan (Qazi) services in Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad/Rawalpindi  and at all places in Pakistan (like Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Lahore, Multan, Hyderabad, and so on). Nikah can, however, be conducted in other/distant areas of Pakistan after paying a fee for the Nikah Khuwan (Qazi) to travel with you there. The Nikah Khuwan (Qazi) must be on duty with you for the entire day.

The Evolution of Nikah Khuwan Services

Nikah Khuwan Services: Traditional vs. Modern Approaches

In earlier times, Nikah Khuwans were typically community elders or religious scholars from within the community. However, as societies urbanize and professionalize, specialized Nikah Khuwan services have emerged. These services often provide a more structured and streamlined approach to conducting the ceremony.

Nikah Khuwan: Professionalization of Services

Today, many Nikah Khuwan services are run as businesses, employing individuals with specialized training in Islamic law and marriage rituals. This professionalization has brought about a higher level of efficiency and reliability in conducting Nikah ceremonies.

Nikah Khuwan: Adaptation to Diverse Settings

Nikah Khuwan services have also adapted to cater to a globalized Muslim population. They are available in various languages and are well-versed in the legal requirements of different countries, making it easier for couples with diverse backgrounds to have a tra

Nikah Khuwan Services: Preservation of Religious Values

Nikah Khuwan services play a vital role in preserving the religious sanctity of marriage. They ensure that the union is conducted in accordance with Islamic principles, providing couples with a strong foundation for their life together.

Nikah Khuwan Services: Community Integration

By officiating at marriage ceremonies, Nikah Khuwans help strengthen the bonds within the community. They act as a bridge, bringing families together and fostering a sense of unity and belonging.

Nikah Khuwan Services: Legal Protection

Nikah Khuwan services help couples navigate the legal requirements associated with marriage, ensuring that their union is recognized by the state. This offers the couple legal protection and access to various benefits.

Steps to Getting Married in Islam

The sections of the Nikah (Nikkah) Islamic festival are as follows:

1. Submission & Consideration

This is the first step in a Muslim Marriage. Usually, family elders seek out a suitable mate for their children through friends, family members, or marriage counselors. The marriage proposal is sent to the bride or to the groom’s parents. Alternatively, the young man can approach the father or guardian of the woman he wishes to marry and ask for his hand. “A woman can get married for 4 reasons: by her wealth, her family status, her beauty and her love of religion, blessed are those who marry her because of her respect.” – [Sahih-al-Bukhari & Sahih-al-Muslim] Note: Mixing of two “Non-Mahram” or “dating” is not allowed before Nikah (Nikkah). The bride and groom are allowed to meet and speak, before Nikah (Nikkah), in a controlled environment in the presence of a Mahram (f ather/brother/guardian).

2. Consent or Permission For Nikah (Online/Offline)

Once a party has obtained the consent of the man or woman who is to marry, the proposal will be accepted. Permission is a crucial step, since progress can’t be made without it. Prior to proceeding again, all conditions/conditions of the marriage must be agreed upon (e.g., emigration after marriage).

3. Nikah (Nikkah) Online/Offline

Afterward, there is the Nikah (Nikkah), which is a real wedding ceremony. The performance of Nikah (Nikkah) depends on a few things. A “mahr”, or wedding gift or dower, is given by the groom to the bride. Money, jewelry, or other valuables could be given as a gift, or a simple act could do it. Mahar has no defined value or meaning, as it varies according to people and cultures. Mahr can be paid in full in advance, partially in advance and partially deferred, or deferred but payable on demand. – [Sahih-ul-Bukhari] – Ijab-o-Qubool: Then comes “Ijab” expressing the determination of marriage and acceptance of the Qubool (acceptance) offer. A wali or a vakil is typically the one who accepts a proposal on behalf of the bride. It consists of a written document (Nikah Nama) signed by both the bride and groom, as well as two well-known witnesses. Khutbah: The Nikah Khawan/Imam will give a sermon about Muslim weddings and the Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to the people gathered at the wedding ceremony with the bride and groom.

4. Walima After Online/Offline Nikah

After the Nikah (Nikkah) is over, the groom’s side performs a wedding feast called “Walima or Valima”. Among the main purposes of Walima is to inform the public that marriage exists between two people. This is important since secret marriages are discouraged and marriage is only considered valid if both parties are informed. Waleema also serves as an occasion to celebrate with friends, family, and loved ones. In addition, it is essential to invite the poor into the party with everyone else. There should be no waste in this ceremony, as the Prophet (p.b.u.h.) said: “The most sacred Nikah is the one that is least expensive.” – [Al-Bayhaqi] Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) also said: “A marriage ceremony (Walima) where the rich people are invited but the poor are not is the worst nourishment. “Whoever rejects the invitation of Walima (feast) does not obey Allah and His Messenger (PBUH).”- [Sahih-al-Bukhari] Explained by Anas: “The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) did not prepare a better wedding feast (Walima) than he did when he married Zainab, and that feast had one sheep.” – [Sahih-al-Bukhari]
Thinking about getting married? The Aight law associates can help you with Nikah (Nikkah).

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