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Is religion has to be considered while marriage?

Asked by muthu selvi, 17 Dec '08 06:31 pm
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Unless U marry an animal Human are one religion
Answered by Narayana Raja, 18 Dec '08 08:23 am

 
  
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It is all meant only for the adaptabilities of the couples, . If they belong to one particular sect, then thing will be in common, and understandability will be good .
thats why its all considered.
Answered by Sundar Rajan, 17 Dec '08 06:45 pm

 
  
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Yes it is always better not to creat problem for both the religion
Answered by KRISHNA, 17 Dec '08 06:36 pm

 
  
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Yes .You must think of all the difficulties associated with it which includes your children.Dont ever marry out of infatuation later to regret when you feel alienated
from your near and dear ones and later whenyou sacrifice them you have problems in deciding the religion of your child.I am sure you find it all old fashioned but it is better to introspect and see if you can take it all.If you can, then it is fine.
Answered by janardan pujari, 17 Dec '08 11:00 pm

 
  
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We get many examples of intercast or inter-religious marriages. Whose ? All celebrities or people of fame, who are above all casts and religions, and who cannot be touched by the wardens of religions. Common people are least concerned who marries whom, but the society and community where we live and interact with do react to odds that are unwelcome and non-prevelent. Here is where the question of marriage within a religion comes up. None minds Sharukh Khan's marriage with Gouri, or Hritik's with Susan. Fans just want Sharuk and Hritik on silver screen, so is the cases of all other celebrities or big personalities. Least is the case with common man. He has a life in a society and community. He has a loving family whose expectation is different. He has a life which is linked with the lives of many. He has to consider religion when he gets ready for a marriage. First of all he has to know that by a inter-religious or inter-cast marriage, he cannot be a Akbar the Great, Nargis, Alauddin ...more
Answered by vinayan joseph, 17 Dec '08 08:25 pm

 
  
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It depends on the level of education of both the partners. By education, I do not mean formal education. Akbar was not formally educated, but his three wives belong to three different religions - Hinduism, Christianity & Islam. Myself was a neighbour of Late Sunil Dutta, whose wife Nargis remained a Muslim, who also used to perform Lakshmi Puja on the night of Diwali in her bedroom. The great Sarod maestro, Alauddin Khan was a devotee of Kali and her daughter's name was Annapurna Devi. One of my relatives in Kolkata married a Muslim girl and none changed their religion. Nafeesa Ali, ex-Miss India is happily married to a Sikh. In Mumbai, I have a Bengali Muslim friend, who is married to a Bengali Hindu lady. Their son settled in Japan and is married to a Japanese girl who follows Shintoism; their daughter grew up in Mumbai and is married to Goan Catholic. My own son is married to a Buddhist of Chinese origin. Mr. Feeroz Gandhi, husband of Indira Gandhi was not a Hindu. Netaji Subha ...more
Answered by Sankar Mitra, 17 Dec '08 07:22 pm

 
  
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Do you really consider all things and do loving. some times happens some times no, by planning you can't do anything. life it self is happening, you can't just roll it the way you want. unless you are great saint.
Answered by sai technologies, 17 Dec '08 06:36 pm

 
  
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It is own liking based on trust and faith.
Answered by Sameer, 19 Dec '08 01:15 pm

 
  
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The question of of compatibility. A person who knows about the basic rules of any society and family will be able to adjust better, hence, they say, it should be same community.
Answered by Aditya Misra, 17 Dec '08 06:32 pm

 
  
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