The court marriage is a formal union of a man and a woman, typically solemnized by legal procedure in a law Court, by which they become husband and wife.Making all the arrangements for your beautiful wedding ceremony is enough. Your marriage won't be legal unless you get it registered. This is a common procedure, which has to be followed by everyone. Find out how you can get a marriage certificate both before and after the ceremony.
The Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 ( 18th May, 1955 ) The word Marriage is know as word ``Vivaha`` (Sanskrit) and word ``Vivaah`` (Hindi) in India. According to Hinduism the marriage a sacrament known as ``Sanskara`` through which both husband and wife tie up themselves with each other in a divine knot for present life and upcoming lives. In other words Hindu Marriage is a union of male and female to pursue Artha, Dharma and Kama together.
Special Marriage Act of 1954 Parties who do not wish to marry in a religious ceremony can instead opt for a civil ceremony pursuant to the Indian Special Marriage Act of 1954. In case a marriage between an Indian and a foreign national is to take place in India, generally it’s required to file a notice of intended marriage with a Marriage Registrar of your choice in India. That notice is required to be published for the stipulated 30 days.
Marriage (nikah) is a solemn and sacred social contract between bride and groom. This contract is a strong covenant (mithaqun Ghalithun) as expressed in Quran 4:21. The marriage contract in Islam is not a sacrament. It is revocable. The Muslim marriage is governed not by the Indian Majority Act, 1875 but by Muslim law itself. According to Muslim Law, Marriage / 'Nikah' is a contract underlying a permanent relationship based on mutual consent.