Muslim Personal Laws
In contrast to the personal laws of different religions, Muslim personal law in India is, to a great extent, uncodified.
This fundamentally implies it did not depend on laws made by the lawmaking body.
Rather, it starts from a few different sources of conventional law going back quite a long while.
Since Prophet Mohammed had announced Muslim law to be the instruction of God, most Muslims stick to it carefully.
It directs a few profound, strict, social religious and even lawful exercises of numerous Muslims in India. This is likewise most likely why the governing body or legislature didn’t draft separate personal laws for adherents of Islam in India.
The personal laws of Muslims give direction in issues of marriage, divorce, succession, legacy or inheritance, and even adoption.
They are profoundly nuanced and, even in some cases, apply distinctively to various groups of Muslims.
For instance, the Islamic law of divorce is somewhat unique for Shias and Sunnis.
As we saw above, Islamic law depends on different conventional sources.
These sources might be either essential or optional.

मुस्लिम पर्सनल लॉ

मुस्लिम पर्सनल लॉ अक्सर विवाद की वजह से चर्चा में रहा हैं। भारत में मुस्लिम पर्सनल लॉ की शुरुआत साल 1937 में हुई थी। अगर आप इस लॉ के बारे में ज्यादा नहीं जानते है