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Pushpendra Mishra   18 December 2017

Cousin marriage

I and a girl fall in love and both wants to marry but the problem is that she is my mother's cousin sister's daughter, my maternal grandfather and her maternal grandfather are real brother. So please tell me, can we marry legally?


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S K KARNjhc (Legal Adviser)     18 December 2017

You have not mentioned your religion, which religion or community you belong to. Different religions have different opinions or schools to solemnize their marriage.

Kumar Doab (FIN)     18 December 2017

Which personal law applies in the said matter e.g; Hindu !

Is there any custom in the community for such marriages? 

 

Kumar Doab (FIN)     18 December 2017

Consider the custom as proven custom.

Pushpendra Mishra   18 December 2017

Hindu, bramhin

sushant (student)     19 December 2017

in south india its common. So its legal

Pushpendra Mishra   19 December 2017

But i am from North India, (madhya pradesh)

MPS RAMANI (Scientist/Engineer)     19 December 2017

Both of you have common ancestor up the 4th generation on the mother's side. Under law you are not sapindas. Hence you can marry.

Pushpendra Mishra   19 December 2017

Thankyou Dr. MPS RAMANI sir.

Pushpendra Mishra   11 February 2018

Any other suggestions please.

Pushpendra Mishra   11 February 2018

Any other suggestions please.

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