ARYA SAMAJ MARRIAGE
The ceremony of Arya Samaj marriage is conducted as per the Vedic ritual, and its validity is derived from Arya Samaj Marriage Validation Act, 1937 with provisions of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. Since the people belonging to Arya Samaj do not believe in Idol worship, therefore, their marriages are performed by different rituals than Hindus.
Marriage Rituals in Arya Samaj
Arya Samaj marriage rituals are very simple and straight. Based on Vedic principles, all the hymns spelled during marriages are explained to the bride and groom. The marriage is just like Hindu marriage, marriage is centered around fire and is observed as the transition of wedding couple from Brahmacharya to Grihastha Ashram.
Who are eligible for an Arya Samaj Marriage
1. Age of the groom must be 21 and bride 18.
2. Any person who is Hindus, Buddhists, Jains, Sikhs can perform Arya Samaj Marriage.
3. Any person who is not Muslims, Christians, Parsis or Jews can also perform Arya Samaj Marriage.
4. Inter-Caste Marriages and Inter-Religious Marriages can also be performed in an Arya Samaj Marriage.
5. If a non-Hindu couple would like to perform the marriage, the Samaj allows them to get converted through a process called Shuddhi. Muslims, Christians, Parsis or Jews, if, out of their free will and consent are ready to convert and embrace Hindu Religion, the Arya Samaj Mandir perform a ritual called shuddhi meaning purification for such conversion, and thereafter, such a convert can perform Arya Samaj Marriage.
Procedure of Arya Samaj Marriage
An Arya Samaj marriage takes around 1-2 hours for the completion of entire marriage. All one needs are basic paper requirements, two garlands, and sweets.
(Boys should be above 21 years and girls above 18 year)
- Affidavit: (Affidavit must be attested by Magistrate/S.D.M. or Notary Public with Register Entry No.)
- Age Proof: (Voter I.card, Driving Licence, Matriculation Certificate,) one of these.
- Residence Proof: (Voter I.card, Driving Licence, Matriculation Certificate, Passport) (one of these).
- Photograph: 6-6 Passport size photographs of both Bride and Groom.
- Witness: Two Witnesses With Voter I.card / Driving Licence / Passport (one of these) and 2 Passport size photographs.
- Divorced: If any party is divorcee – Certified copy of Decree of Divorce granted by the Court.
- Death Certificate: If any party is widow / widower – Death Certificate of the dead spouse.
- Other Country: No Impediment Certificate / NOC from concerned Embassy and Valid VISA. Required for Only Other Country Marriage.
Court marriage procedure is common across India. It is made possible — and subsequently governed by — the Special Marriage Act, 1954, which provides for marriage by civil ceremony between parties belonging to different religions.
Document to be attached : Bride & Bridegroom Age proof: Leaving Certificate OR Passport OR Birth Certificate R Domicile Certificate OR PAN Card. Bride & Bridegroom Residential Proof : Ration Card OR Passport OR Election Card OR Light Bill and Telephone Bill of own name.
Yes, we never send any notice at your home.
Yes, you can get police protection but only after court marriage registration.
Yes, according to Hindu Marriage Act you will get the court marriage certificate same working day by paying TATKAL fees.
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We need the following information to explain you that under which law you can do court marriage registration therefore kindly email us or call our toll free helpline number +91-9873672222 with the following details:-
Q.1 What is your both (Boy & Girl) Religion (Hindu/Muslim/Christian)?
Q.2 What is your both (Boy & Girl) Nationality?
Q.3 In which State (Delhi, Bombay, Rajasthan, Punjab or any other State) both (Boy & Girl) are Residing?
You will get the reply that under which law you can do court marriage registration and how much you will have to pay for that court marriage registration’s fee.