The hadiths about marriage are the target of everyone who wants to get married, or for religious leaders who often become advisors when the consent is granted. So, I think it is not wrong to write some hadiths relating to marriage.
Hopefully the writings on the hadith of the Nikah are useful and can be memorized by those who need them. At least, we know that there are so many hadiths on marriage, and this indicates that marriage is an important matter, the sunnah of the Prophet SAW and is one form of action that can perfect one’s religion.
Meaning: Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud Radliyallaahu ‘anhu said: Rasulullah Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam said to us: “O young generation, whoever among you is able to have a family, he should marry, because he can lower his gaze and care for his genitals. Whoever is not able to, should fast, because this can control you. ” Muttafaq Alaihi.
From Anas Ibn Malik Radliyallaahu ‘anhu that the Prophet Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam, after praising Allah said: “But I pray, sleep, fast, break, and marry women. Whoever hates my sunnah, he is not included in my ummat.” Muttafaq Alaihi.
Another Hadiths About Marriage
Anas Ibn Malik Radliyallaahu ‘anhu said: Rasulullah Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam ordered us to have families and strongly forbade us to be single. He said: “Marry a fertile and loving woman, because with your large number, I will be proud in front of the Prophets on the Day of Resurrection.” Ahmad’s history. Sahih hadith according to Ibn Hibban.
Meaning: From Abu Hurairah Radliyallaahu ‘anhu that the Prophet Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam said: “The woman is married for four reasons, namely: property, descent, beauty, and religion. Get a woman who is devout in religion, you will be happy.” Muttafaq Alaihi ma’a Baqiatissab’ah.
From Abu Hurairah Radliyallaahu ‘anhu, that the Prophet Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam when praying for someone who is married, he said: “May Allah bless you and determine blessings on you, and gather you both in goodness.” Reported by Ahmad and Four imam. Sahih hadith according to Tirmidhi, Ibn Khuzaimah and Ibn Hibban.
Abdullah Ibn Mas’ud said: Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam taught us a sermon at a hajat: (meaning = Truly praise be to Allah, we praise Him, we ask Him for help and forgiveness, we take refuge in Allah from self-crime us. Whoever gets the guidance of Allah no one can lead him astray. Whoever Allah misled, no one has the power to give him guidance. I bear witness that there is no God but Allah and I bear witness that Muhammad is His servant and messenger) and read three verses. H. R. Ahmad and 4 hadith imams. Hasan hadith according to Tirmidhi and Hakim.
From Jabir that Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam said: “If one of you proposes to a woman, if he can see the part of his body that is attractive to marry, he should do it.” History of Ahmad and Abu Dawud with reliable narrators. Sahih hadith according to the Judge.
According to the Muslim narration from Abu Hurairah that the Prophet Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam once asked someone who was going to marry a woman: “Have you seen her?” He replied: Not yet. He said: “Go and look at her.”
From Ibn Umar Radliyallaahu ‘anhu, that Rasulullah Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam said: “Don’t someone among you to propose to someone who is being proposed by his brother, until the first applicant leaves or allows him.” Muttafaq Alaihi and lafadz according to Bukhari.
Hadiths About Marriage
Meaning: Sahal Ibn Sa’ad al-Sa’idy Radliyallaahu ‘anhu said: There was a woman who met Rasulullah Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam and said: O Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam, I have come to grant myself to the you. Then Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam looked at her attentively, then he nodded his head. When the woman understood that he didn’t want it at all, she sat down. and then, one of sahabat stand up and say: “O Messenger of Allah, if the Baginda does not want her, marry me to her. He said:” Do you have anything? “He replied: By Allah no, O Messenger of Allah. He said:” Go to your family, then see, do you have anything. “He went, then returned and said: By Allah, no, I do not have something. Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam said:” Seek, even if it is only a ring of iron. “He left, then came back again and said: By Allah there is no, O Messenger of Allah, even though it is only a ring of iron, but this is my cloth – But said: He has a half-shawl for her (the woman). Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam said: “What are you going to do? with your cloth? If you wear it, He does not get anything from the cloth and if she wears it, you will not get anything. “Then the man sat down. After sitting for a long time, he stood up. When Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam saw him turn, he ruled. to call him. After he came, he asked: “Do you have memorized the Qur’an?” He replied: I memorized this letter and that. He asked: “Do you memorize it by heart?” He replied: Yes. He said: “Go, I have given that woman to you with the memorization of the Qur’an that you have.” Muttafaq Alaihi and it is lafadz according to Muslims. In a narration: He said to her: “go, I have married her to you and teach her the Koran. . ” According to the narration of Bukhari: “I will hand it over to you with the al-Qur’an which you have memorized.”
Meaning: From Abu Burdah Ibn Abu Musa, from his father Radliyallaahu ‘anhu that Rasulullah Sallallaahu’ alaihi wa Sallam said: “It is not legal to marry except with a guardian.” History of Ahmad and Imam Four. Sahih hadith according to Ibn al-Madiny, Tirmidzi, and Ibn Hibban Some of them consider it mursal hadith.
One more Hadiths About Marriage
From ‘Aisyah Radliyallaahu’ anhu that Rasulullah Sallallaahu ‘alaihi wa Sallam said: “A woman who marries without her guardian’s permission, her marriage is vanity. If a man has slept with her, then he is obliged to pay a dowry for the honor that has been legalized from her, and if they quarrel so the judge can become a guardian for women who don’t have a guardian. ” Issued by Imam Empat except Nasa’i. Sahih hadith according to Ibn Uwanah, Ibn Hibban, and Hakim.
Those are some hadiths about marriage. In essence, one is that marriage is the sunnah of the Prophet SAW, the Prophet himself ordered us to marry and forbade celibacy. Of course, this is if we have the desire and ability to support our inner and outer life.
However, if someone is not able to provide a living, Rasulullah SAW tells us to fast because this can reduce lust. Because one of the goals of getting married apart from getting pious offspring, and pious is also to keep our views from haram women. So, by getting married, a man will be looked after, far from cheating on him, or doing immorality.