The matrimonial relationships of the Lord of the Order of the Rasulids are regulated by the laws of the Qavloical Authority and the customs of the Rasūlid dynasty.

The Royal House of Tahir Buruj of the Rasūlid dynasty was founded within the British Raj (modern-day Indian subcontinent) in 1940 CE by natural persons of modern-day Uzbek-Yemeni (“Turkic-Arab”) descent.

In accordance to the laws of the Qavloical Authority, the Lord of the Order of the Rasulids must have at least one spouse at all times and the following must apply:

  • the one or more spouses of His Lordship must be females;
  • the one or more spouses of His Lordship must be nationals of the Qavloical Authority;
  • the one or more spouses of His Lordship must not be ‘related by family’.

By international law, the Lord of the Order of the Rasulids cannot be divorced nor can he divorce.

In accordance to the customs of the Rasūlid dynasty, the Lord of the Order of the Rasulids must have exactly two spouses at all times and no more than two spouses and the following must apply:

  • one of the two spouses must be an Eastern European;
  • one of the two spouses must be, either, an Asian or an Indo-Fijian;
  • both of the spouses must be from praiseworthy and reputable bloodlines;
  • both of the spouses must be bound by the laws (and legal rules) of the
    Qavloical Authority;
  • both of the spouses must be genuinely, and equally, loved by His
    Lordship and must genuinely love His Lordship to the highest degree
    that is appropriate for a sustainable, and romantic, marriage.

The spouses of the Lord of the Rasulid Order are, inter alia, the Queens of al-Ghasāsinah and Co-Sovereigns of the Qavloical People.

The spouses of the Lord of the Rasulid Order are generally pre-approved by a consensus of dignitaries of the Qavloical bureaucracy as well as the Permanent Synod of the Rite, the Noble House of Golam Musawwir (Plasmaine) and the Mucho Holdings Company respectively.

The first of the two spouses of the Lord of the Rasulid Order is bestowed with, inter alia, the honorific titles of “Most Rightful Wife of the Head of the Dynasty of Rasūl” and of “Queen Consort of al-Ghasāsinah” as well as the style of “Her Most Eminent and Illustrious Highness”. The Most Rightful Wife of the Head of the Dynasty of Rasūl is the, ex offico, Head of Government of the Qavloical Authority and is entitled to use the style of “Her Excellency”.

The second of the two spouses of the Lord of the Rasulid Order, is bestowed with, inter alia, the honorific titles of “First Lady of the Order of the Rasulids” and of “Queen of al-Ghasāsinah” as well as the style of “Her Most Eminent and Illustrious Highness”.

All of the females in a consensual sexual relationship with the Lord of the Rasulid Order are, collectively, known as the Harem of the Rasulid Lordship and the Harem of the Rasulid Lordship is presided by the Most Rightful Wife of the Head of the Dynasty of Rasūl. The Harem of the Rasulid Lordship is a part of the Harem of the Rasulid Order and the Harem of the Rasulid Order is presided by the Vice-President of the Qavloical Authority. All females composing the Harem of the Rasulid Lordship, except the two spouses of His Lordship, are bestowed with the style of “Her Eminent and Illustrious Highness”.