Males to whom a woman cannot be married, such as her father, brother, or uncle, who are allowed to be a woman's escort when traveling. Must be a close relative.
a man whom a woman may never marry because of the degree of closeness of the blood-relationship, i.e. father, brother, son, uncle, etc. A woman is not required to observe hijab in front of her mahram.
The husband, or a male companion of a female pilgrim to whom her marriage is expressly prohibited by the shariah (e.g., father, brother, uncle, nephew, etc.) A woman must be accompanied by a Mahram for Umra and Hajj.
Close female relatives of a man with whom marriage becomes unlawful in shari'at .
Someone with whom there can never be marriage because of consanguinity or affinity. For example, a father is a mahram relative for a woman
a close male relative who may see a woman without her being covered, such as her father, husband, brother or son
a male member of the family whom she is NOT allowed to marry according to Islaamic Law
a man that a woman can never marry
a man with whom marriage is forbidden and, therefore, women are not required to observe Hijab in front of them
a person with whom marriage is not permissible
is a person with whom marriage is forbidden
close male relative such as a father, brother or husband.
A male immediate family member (a husband, father, brother, or son)
A close male relative (husband, brother, father, or son) who is allowed to see a woman without full hijab.
Males of her immediate family to whom a woman cannot be married, such as a father, brother, or a married uncle, who are allowed to be a womanâ€™s escort when travelling.
someone ineligible to marry a woman under any circumstances andwho may legitimately accompany her, e.g. a father, brother etc.
one who falls within the prohibited degree for marriage.
In Islamic sharia legal terminology, a mahram (Arabic Ù…ØØ±Ù…, also transcribed mahrim or maharem) is an unmarriageable kin with whom sexual intercourse would be considered incestuous, a punishable taboo. Current usage of the term covers a wider range of people and mostly deals with the practice of hijab.