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I would like some advice 

im engaged, we are both amirtdhari and we are getting married in a few weeks

the other day we ended up kissing each other now im wondering if i have to go pesh, we didnt do anything else just kissed but i dont know what to do now.

any advice would be helpful.

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Should not happened but peshi is reserved mostly for bujjer  khureit. God forbids but If you don’t end up marrying each other then I think it makes perfect sense to get peshed. 

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It's not a bajjar kurehit as per se, it is in the same semantic field of sexual actions but otherwise it is not a bajjar kurehit but you still shouldn't have done it.

Do an ardas and take a hukamnama perhaps since this is a tricky question.

I mean you're both amritdhari so it's not considered jhoot or anything. You are engaged so it should be fine.

 

I would probably speak to the panj pyare still if I was in that position, they know the answer.  

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