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In current communication and technology era people’s find easy to use internet to fulfill their requirements. Based on which we as darulkhaza come forward to provide online services to access their marriage records from anywhere and apply for the required certificates, by which applicant will save his time and get the work done in fastest way.

Marriage Certificate

Marriage Certificate upholds the sanctity and legality of a marriage. As a matter of rule, marriage registration is compulsory.People often wonder as to how to apply for marriage certificate or how to register their marriage.

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Divorce Certificate

Divorce Certificate is the legal document showing the dissolution of the marriage. Divorce Certificate cancelled the responsibilities and legal duties of the marriage. It dissolves the marriage contract between the couple.

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BC-E Certificate

A Caste Certificate is the proof of one's belonging to a particular caste, especially in case one belongs to any of the 'Scheduled Castes', as specified in the Indian Constitution. ... To be able to avail these privileges, a citizen belonging to a Scheduled Caste must be in possession of a valid Caste Certificate.

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Community Certificate

A Community Certificate is the proof of one’s belonging to a particular caste, especially in case one belongs to any of the ‘Scheduled Castes’, ‘Scheduled Tribe’ and other Backward Classes as specified in the Indian Constitution.

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Conversion Certificate

Conversion Certificate is a certificate issued to a citizen as a proof that he/she had converted from one religion/Caste to another. This certificate is needed to avail certain benefits provided to certain castes to which the citizen was converted.

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Declaration Certificate

As its name implies, the letter declares something. It also can be regarded as a statement of fact, an announcement or a clarification. ... State your purpose in writing the declaration letter.

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Marriage registration online (NIKAH FORM FILLING)

The marriage agreement involves some obligations and rights toward each other sanctified by Allah and His messenger, Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him). Fulfilling the terms of this contract is a religious obligation and duty rewarded in this world and hereafter. Violation of these agreed terms constitutes a sin.

Apart from a formal contractual obligation marriage is also a relationship between two human beings, that is ideally based on love, mercy and kindness. The partners are therefore expected to base their behaviour not just on legal rights and duties but on the spirit of goodwill, generosity, consideration and sympathy, taking into account each other's individual likes and dislikes. They are expected to conduct all family affairs through mutual consultation in the spirit of giving more than less (Q: 83 : 1-3).