How to marriage with my father's sister's daughter


Originally posted by : Dr. MPS RAMANI Ph.D.[Tech]
In the South marriage between first cross cousins, marrage between first cross cousins once removed provided the previous generation was male and next generation was female and marriage between maternal uncle and niece are all allowed. I have seen such marriages first hand. Here if one sees from standpoint of the grandmother it would be proposal for a marriage between her niece through her brother and grandson through her daughter. Here the female is one generation up. I am not very sure.

There was a proposal from the first cross cousin of my mother for the marriage of her   (cross-cousin's) daughter to the grandson (daughter's son) of my mother, my nephew. Here also the girl belonged to earlier generation but was younger to my nephew. The marriage did not go through not because of any prohibited degree of relationship, but for other reasons. The girl's family was very poor, whereas the boy was very rich. I had no role in this.

Here too,the situation i encountered with, niece is younger than nephew

But if we see from ancestoral point they two belong to same ancestors

and overall if we see we all are brother and sister

Is there any law which prohibit to marry a niece from nephew 

Grandmother's (Mother's Mother) Niece and Nephew

 
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Dear sir mera question ye hai mai jis ladki se saadi karna chahta hu wo meri mausi ki gotni ki ladki hai wo baalig hai aur hum dono hi saadi karna chahte hai kya kannon me rista me koi dikkat to nahi
 
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Software developer

If you love Hinduism then follws the teching of Hinduism.

Such type of relation are not acceptable in Society and scientifically marriage in blood relation is harmful for the next generation.

Therefor Gotra system are there in Hinduism which is scentific way of avoiding marriage in blood relation.

 
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@Narayan

Children of two sisters need not belong to the same gotra. Does your Hinduism allow them to get married?   Maternal uncle and niece will not belong to the same gotra. But marriage between them is very common even among orthodox Brahmins in Soutj India except Kerala.. Are they not close blood relations? Gotras are patriarchal and continue through centuries. Two persons belonging to the same gotra will have no common ancestry in the known past. A boy in UP and a girl in Tamilnadu may belong to the same gotra. It will be absurd to suggest they are blood relations. DNA tests will prove negative. Most honour killings in Haryana are due to sa-gotra marriages. Hindu Marriage Act recognises sapinda relationships only up to five generations backwards.

 
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I am married with my bhua son's daughter but some embassy said that its illleagal marriage u r come in spinda relation so pls help me how it is poosible to convert this marriage as a leagal ...

 
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Dy Director

Your marriage is illegal.

 
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If my wife is not indian citizen then is it possible to get marriage under foreign marriage act 1969.

 

Bcz spinda is not only prohibited relation is clause fir this ...

 
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Scientist/Engineer

Which embassy told you that your marriage was illegal. Was it Indian Embassy, or Embassy of some other country?  How did they know that your wife was your bua's grand-daughter?  In our community and most communities in the South including Maharashtra to marry one's bua's daughter is a matter of right. I know many who have got passports and visas and gone to many countries. Sapinda relationships are based on patriarchial relationships except for the immediate parent (mother). The word sapinda comes from the word pinda a rice-ball. Pinda is offered to one's dead ancestors as a ritual. Your father will offer pinda to his father that is your paternal grand-father. Your bua's son would offer pinda to your bua's husband if he was dead. Your father and your bua's son belong to different patriarchial lineages. Hence they cannot be sapindas. These questions are not generally asked while issuing passport or visas. You are hiding some information.

 
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Germany embassy said that u comes in spinda relation when they enquiry about my marriage ....
 
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Scientist/Engineer

There are no pindas in Germany. How can then there be sapindas?  If you want resourceful advice please give the complete story. No one can help you if you give things piece meal. Where are you now, in India or in Germany? Where is your wife now, in India or in Germany? What was the occasion when this happened? What was purpose for which the legality of your marriage was questioned? Where did you get married, in India or in Germany? What is the German law for such marriages? Albert Einstein married his first cousin. The relationship between you and your wife is called 'first cross-cousin once removed' in English, a more distant relationship than that was of Einstein and his wife.  Please give all details so that no question need have to be asked. I suspect Germans are acting on hearsay.

 
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