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Prohibitied relationship Marriage - Hindu Marriage Act

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Varun Tyagi (Director)     13 April 2012

Can I marry my Mother's Sister's Daughter's Daughter according to the Hindu Marriage Act? Please reply, I am really confused!!

Shonee Kapoor (Legal Evangelist - TRIPAKSHA)     15 April 2012

Gopinath.

 

Unless there is a custom in your area/ family of such marriages, this marriage can be declared void.

 

 


Regards,
 
Shonee Kapoor
harassed.by.498a@gmail.com

salil bhardwaj (Business)     18 April 2012

Dear all,

I would like to rose my case also.

I want to marry a girl who falls in my family relations. My father(X) and her maternal grandfather (Nana)(Y) are cousin brothers.  X's father and Y's father were real brothers.

Can we get married according to the law ?

Please advice.

Rahul (Student)     13 November 2012

I have one Problem... that both 5th generation child can have marriage under hind act

 

Prof Wg Cdr G Kumar (Professor)     20 December 2014

Clearly, bride and groom are 'spindas'  of each-other from, at least, father's side of the bridegroom. And this marriage will be void ab initio -- therefore, their offspring will not be regarded as a 'legitimate' child. 

Moreso, they are both from the same Gotra or Parvara; scientifically speaking, progeny of such marriage-relationships might be physically or mentally malformed.

Dr (Wg Cdr) GKB

formerly Advocate-on-Record (Supreme Court of India

creative.versatile@yahoo.com


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