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Marriage is a legal agreement between two people Its an important religious ceremony in every culture There are different customs to celebrate this event The oundations of marriage are built on trust but in every culture the way they celebrate their joy is different In the Muslim culture marriage celebrations are quite different from American celebrations In Muslim culture there is a high rate of arranged marriages Usually parents arrange the marriages for their children Parents play a big role in the marriage of their children Theres also a love marriage but not most of the time In America the highest rate of marriages are love marriages Every child has the liberty to marry whomever they want In the Muslim culture girls are supposed to marry early The earliest marrying age for girls is 16 but she must be to married before she reaches the age of 25 In America there is no such kind of age restriction In order to find a suitable spouse Americans date each other before marriage In Muslim culture youre not allowed to date before marriage People have to get the permission to meet in front of their elders but they are not allowed to be physically close with each other at any point before the marriage rituals are completed In fact in America at the marriage ceremony the couples kiss each other but Muslims would never do this Also the weddings attire is very different for the bride and groom in both cultures American brides wear white bride gowns whereas Muslim brides wear red or maroon dresses called Shararra Muslim Grooms wear an outfit called kameez pajama while American grooms wear a tuxedo or a three-piece suit In the marriage ceremony of Muslims the parents of the bride and the groom have to give gifts to each and every guest who attends the marriage ceremony In America people give gifts to the bride
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