Archana Maurya (student) 01 October 2017
Adv.Balachander Reddy ( Advocate IPR Attorney Human Rights Defender and RTI Activist) 01 October 2017
Most important unless customs are contrary, refer Hindu Marriage Act... Balachander Reddy,LL.M IPRs, Advocate,HYD.# 9959850723
Siddharth Srivastava (Advocate) 01 October 2017
Ajay 01 October 2017
Not at all important. Once you are born, your religion is tagged on you as Hindu, Islam, Christianity or whatsoever. If you are Hindu and once marriage is successfully completed (assuming you marry a Hindu only and don't change your religion), irrespective of whether marriage-process is in family, temple or court, it will be termed as Hindu Marriage. Take simply, if marriage is incomplete, then it is incomplete and once process is complete, you are a married person.