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The rituals that originated as a paradox among the ancient people are transformed into an act of coercion of the religion embodied in the scriptures. The nature of the rituals is multifaceted. Their characteristics vary depending on factors such as the time, place, need, and purpose for which they are performed. When comparing the rituals that take place between cultures even though the rituals of each community have their own characteristics. It is possible to know the commonalities between these. So the purpose of the ritual is to focus on being in all communities may be set. People perform various rituals from birth to death for their prosperity and well-being. These can be called biological rituals. How do Muslims perform the wedding ceremony, one of such life rituals? This article addresses the issue of novels.
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