This piece of research deals with the theory of lived religious culture with a focus on customary norms and behaviors regarding women’s rights and status. The study has been elaborated from the empirical evidences of a tribal region ‘North West Frontier Province [NWFP] of Pakistan’. The women are considered as subordinate of male family members and they are impoverished from those human rights which are assigned by Islamic and constitutional laws. Woman is used as settlement gift of dispute or as a source of income in from of a custom named bride-price. A number of customs in lived religious culture of Pashtun tribal society have been discussed here and it has been indicated that the irresistible authoritative power of customary practices enforced by ‘Jirga’(informal council consist of eldest male members of tribe to settle down the disputes) is more influential than state judicial powers.The subject what is to be known as Islamic ‘enlightenment’ and its impact on Muslim women is also raised during the debate. The conclusion has highlighted the notion of customary practices that have more influential power under a justification of religion in the region of NWFP. Finally it has been discussed the emerging implementation of Islam as lived religious culture and ultimate authority as customary practice to specify the human rights of women through the variety of factors.
|Título traduzido da contribuição||ТРАДИЦИОННЫЕ ПРАКТИКИ, УЩЕМЛЯЮЩИЕ ПРАВА ЖЕНЩИН В ИСЛАМСКОЙ КУЛЬТУРЕ ПАКИСТАНА|
|Número de páginas||6|
|Número de emissão||3|
|Estado da publicação||Published - 2020|
- 04.00.00 SOCIOLOGY
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