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him (owner)     16 October 2011

Marrying my second cousin is legal or not?

I want to marry my mothers first cousin's(brother's) daughter, basically she is my mama's daughter but that mama is nt my real mama rather he is first cousin of my mother. I asked one laywer he said there is no problem in that. apart from that i studied garun puran and find according to that also I can do it. as we are free from tarpan (sharaad) of the ancestors that we have in common. I also studied that under special hindu marriage act, I can marry her.

Please tell me guys is there any problem in legalizing my marriage?



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SHAILENDRA SRIVASTAVA (MANAGING PARTNER)     16 October 2011

AS PER MY KNOWLEDGE YOU CAN'T. HOWEVER IT REQUIRES A GREAT STUDY.

gaury..fight to win (Education)     16 October 2011

this commonly repeated quetion...

Science and and law dont  allow these things.


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Get a genetic profiling done before you make babies. There are a few Docs specialised in India who are specialist in Genetic Counselling.

kanwarjeetsingh (Adv)     21 October 2011

If your customs permits this type of marriage, go ahead. Otherwise it falls under prohibted relations. 

JP (Scientist)     29 October 2011

Go ahead...it is not prohibited relationship..It is common in Tamil nadu to marry mama's daughter..

kanwarjeetsingh (Adv)     29 October 2011

 

It is common in Tamil nadu to marry mama with sisters daughter in the community which permits these relationship..

HK_Jain... (498a Fighter)     13 March 2012

By Hindu Marriage act even Genetically or Scientifically u CAN'T..


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