Presuming that you married under Hindu Marriage Act, a petition for divorce cannot be filed before a year from the date of marriage. This requirement can be waived only in case the petitioner spouse is made to face extreme hardship at the hands of the respondent spouse. The courts however don't waive this condition as a matter of routine. If you wish to file for divorce, record his threats and abuses at home. Once you have sufficient evidence with you, you may file for divorce citing 'extreme hardship'. No judge would bypass the requirement of one year when the marriage is just 47 days old, unless you are able to produce prima facie evidence which manifests extreme cruelty being meted out by your husband to you.
You may also file for annulment of marriage on the ground of it not being consummated.
Give some more time to your marriage. If nothing works out, file for annulment.