Hyderabadi Muslims are widely known and called as Hyderabadis. The Hyderabadis are the communities of Deccani people who are the large group of ethnic population who are mainly Urdu-speaking. The native language of Hyderabadi Muslims is Hyderabadi-Urdu which is the direct dialect of the Daccani Language.
Hyderabad is vastly known as the city of Muslim Royal Heritage. Hyderabad is also known as the ‘City of Kings’ or ‘Nawabon Ka Sheher’. Over the years many traditions have been updated but the kingly grandeur has not been compromised at all.
Unlike it’s culture the Muslim Marriages in Hyderabad are full of unique and versatile customs. The atmosphere becomes more vibrant and colourful during any marriage ceremony,
The Hyderabad Muslim brides dress up with the traditional Khada Dupatta which is a 6-meter long and it’s paired with a kurta or tunic. Sometimes the Kurta is sleeveless and it’s worn with a choli. The Hyderabad Muslim brides traditionally love to wear a lot of jewelry and each piece is very unique and one of its kind. They are the Tikas (a large uncut diamond released by a single string of pearls), Jhoomars (a fan shaped piece of ornament worn on one side of the head), Naath (big nose ring), Chintaak, Kaan phool (big stone and pearl studded earring), Satlada (neck ornament of seven strands of pearls with diamond, rabies or emeralds), Rani Haar (neck ornament of pearls with a big pendant). Jugni (neck ornaments with several strands of pearls with a center pendant), Gote, Payal (ankle bracelets), Gintiyan (toe ring) and many more and many kinds.
Just like other Muslim weddings, the Hyderabad Muslim weddings arrange a wedding feast for the wedding guests. The brides and grooms recite the Qalimas and say ‘Kabul’ to accept each other as the lawful wedded husband and wife.
Noble Marriage is a bridge to match the perfect life partners of Hyderabad. Noble Marriage preserves all the cultural beliefs and all the other aspects of each Muslim bride and groom and helps them find the absolute match.