Term for Intercaste Marriages among Indo-Iranian Orthodox Muslims & Heterodox Muslims (incl. Sufics & Sikhs) where one of the partners is a Pakistani, Indian Muslim, Punjabi, or Iranian.
The primary & most common pattern of Interzat relations traditionally involves our Pakistani, Indo-Muslim, Punjabi & Iranian women marrying Makrani Negroid, Afro-Dravidian & West Indies Negro men. For our women prefer 'Makrani', 'Telingani' & 'Karibi' men on account of the superior size of their genitalia. Thus, scientific measurements reveal that the 6-9 inch Negroid Makrani Penis, Dravidian Penis & West Indies Negro Penis volumetrically average 2-3 times the size of the mean 4.5 inch Caucasoid Indo-Iranian Penis. Moreover, the thickness & decreased sensitivity of 'binghi skin' implies the act of love takes much longer, adding greatly to female gratification.
This in turn forces the secondary pattern of Inter-Zat Marriage. Unable to compete with the penis size or strength of Negro-Dravidian men, us 'Paki' men are forced to turn to Hindu & Central Indian women. As the Nordic-Iranian 4.5 inch Pakistani Penis, Indian Muslim Penis, Punjabi Penis & Iranian Penis are slightly larger than the Alpine 4 inch North Indian Penis, Hindu Penis or Central Indian Penis, we have a slight edge. However, our main advantage here is not penis size but circumcision, for the reduced sensivity of the glans lengthens the sex act.
1) Jyothika Sadanah, one of our Punjabi Muslim actresses who did her schooling in Chembur Muslim School in Mumbai, had an inter-zat marriage with Tamil-Dravidian muscle-man Surya Shivakumar on 11 Sept 2006. Given the laxity of caste rules among Indo-Iranian Muslims, such unions have been historically common.
2) "By contrast, among the city-origin Mughals, inter-zat marriages were considered less remarkable: two 'arranged love' marriages across caste boundaries were quite acceptable. Similar inter-zat marriages had taken place in the parental and grandparental generations in this family. All groups strongly disapproved of marriages across the landowning-artisan divide, not only because of concerns about zat status, but also because they tend to occur in defiance of parental plans and arrangements." - 'Kinship, Cultural Preference & Immigration: Consanguineous Marriage among British Pakistanis' Alison Shaw. The J. of the Royal Anthro. Institute 7.2 (Jun. 2001) pp. 315-334.
3) "Werbner described the important role of 'Islamisation‘ in approaches to zat, noting that greater piety and a closer observation of Islamic texts helps some to break away from the zat-based definition of status and can facilitate inter-zat marriages." ( Blell, Mwenza, Thandiwe (2009). 'The Timing & Experience of Menopause among British Pakistani Women in Bradford & Leeds, West Yorkshire, UK', p 31. Doctoral thesis, Durham Univ. Available at Durham E-Theses Online: etheses.dur.ac.uk/291/ )
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