If two people marry in Hindi temple, nobody asked for papers if they married or not and one of them is not hindi. Is this legal marriage and can I accuse the other party in bigamy if I have picture them sitting in temple or do I need some more evidence to prove their marriage and file for divorce and make criminal case based on that
You mean Hindu Temple? If the marriage to be recognized one under Hindu Marriage Act, both the party to the marriage should be Hindu. If either of the party is non-hindu, then such marriage under Hindu Marriage Act is invalid.
Mr.Ragne, your question is not clear. You are stating hindu temple marriage + one party not hindu + accusing of bigamy + divorce etc. etc. However, for a temple marriage to be valid, requisites are that all rituals of hindu marriage, that is, saptapadi, mangalsutra, sindhoor etc. has to be performed and pictures taken. Even if there exists no documents/evidence, these pictures will suffice for validity. Please post your further queries, if any.
If marriage certificate is issued but no rituals has been performed. There is no evidence apart from tempel marriage certificate. Still we consider such marriage as marriage performed by Hindu marriage act.