Ahl as-Sunnah and the Jama'ah, generally known as Sunni Islam, is the majority of Muslims' faith. Sunni Islam is the most common kind of Islam. In Islam, the term "Sunnah" refers to the teachings and actions of the Prophet Muhammad. It is the teachings and conduct of the Prophet Muhammad that guide the Sunnis. Muslim majorities established the term "Sunni" in response to the Shia sect, which was formed by Sunni marriage bureau who were the minority of Muslims. Ninety percent of Muslims practise Sunni Islam, and its supporters view the hadith Sahih al-Bukhari as the most important. Most Sunni marriages include a number of rituals performed by members of both the bride's and groom's families, which may vary in seriousness or levity. Salatul Ishtikara, Imam Zamin, Mangni, and Manjha are just a few of the many ceremonies that take place at a Sunni wedding, all of which add to the joy and celebration. Rishta Mubarak.com has linked over two lakh Sunni singles in search of Sunni brides and Sunni grooms. You may also use Sunni matrimonial sites to find a potential spouse from the available Sunni matchmaking service profiles of Sunni girls for marriage and Sunni boys for marriage.