Criminal Trident Pack: IPC, CrPC and IEA by Sr. Adv. G.S Shukla and Adv. Raghav Arora
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Naveen Kattimani (S/W professional)     14 April 2011

Want to marry a girl from same sub caste

Hi my name is naveen, i love a girl from my caste but v both share same sub caste. in my caste same sub caste ppl cannot marry it seems.. so both parents are against our marriage. even though v belong to same sub caste v don share any blood relation at all.. pls help me how should i convince my parents.. is this marriage is legal..

waiting for ur replies.. pls help..



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ADV Rajesh KASRIJA (ADVOCATE)     14 April 2011

how should i convince my parents

WITH UR LOVE & RESPECT NOT TO USE ANY TYPE OF FORCE AFTERALL THEY R UR PARENTS. DONT GO AGAINST THEM U NEVER SEEMS TO BE HAPPY WITHOUT RELATIONSHIP. TRY TO UNDERSTAND THEM WITH UR CONVINCEING POWER.

.. is this marriage is legal..

MARRIAGE IS LEGAL BUT U NEVER FOGET UR THIS MISTAKE IF U GO BEYOND UR PARENTS PLZ. MIND IT

ADV KASRIJA

rajdev (student)     14 April 2011

I recommend you to get married either in court or in arya samaj mandir

actually if you are married in court then they send notice at home so it would not be beneficial for you

so i recommend yu to get married in arya samaj mandir as they provide registered marriage certificate which is legal and valid also

arya samaj mandir marriage are registered and they provide registered marriage cetificate

for arya samaj mandir online you can visit https://www.aryasamajdelhi.com

ravisankar (advocate)     14 April 2011

if your relationship is not prohibited by law, ie within blood relation, you can marry. You are protected by contitiution.  But it is not adviceable to marry as against your parents wish


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