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What is permissible Post-Nikkah Pre-Consummation (Rukhsati/Marriage) I just had my nikkah done with my husband and we are having our rukhsati done soon (in the next few months).
Sincerely, Getting married in my 20s [This question has a second part, which will be answered at a later date, insha Allah] [divider] From a technical Fiqhi perspective, when a man and woman have their nikkah, kitab or marriage contract (different terms for the same practice) done Islamically they are considered a husband and wife.
It is permissible to delay the consummation of marriage (rukhsati or wedding) for a later and more convenient date with no specific time limit as long as they both mutually agree on it until the circumstances are right for them.
Allah Al-Mighty says: “O You who have believed, when you marry believing women and then divorce them before you have touched them, then there is not for you any waiting period to count concerning them.
So provide for them and give them a gracious release.” [al-Ahzab ] In his tafsir, Imam at-Tabari rahimahullah said in regards to this ayah: “before you have touched them” means before having intercourse with them.
This happens because my husband is always travelling and we only see one another every four months.However, if they do choose to be intimate with each other then the full rights of the wife become due upon the husband such as the full dowry and her right for housing and sustenance. For the past 5 months my husband is not near me, as he got a job abroad and had to go. Praise be to Allaah, I adhere to the Sunnah as much as possible and I offer prayers regularly in the mosque, praise be to Allaah.This is the first time that I have left my family behind, because of the children's schooling.