What is marriage and why do we marry?
WHY DO WE MARRY?
Marriage and married life proclaim the basic institution of the society according to democratic nature. When a girl or boy of the marriageable age get married, it is assumed that a basic system is started and a new family will grow with their offspring where everything should be compromised and adjusted with each other for the sake of family.
It is a natural instinct that a matured masculine and feminine genders in every species of animals attract each other and make love and mating. It is exemplarily characterised according to Social Science human beings are social animals. What exactly differentiate human beings from other animals are their wisdom and characterising quality of ascertaining good & bad.
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Secondly, human beings are not interested or cannot live alone. They want to live in a society with social culture. Hence, they are always interacted and involved with lot of social customs and adhere to various ethics. Here the marriage is an established system in accordance with the consent of society. So, a married man & woman can enjoy life with freedom, especially sexual life, but secluded in their own shelter.
According to ancient Indian culture, sex is divine, and it is not a sin. Sex is to be enjoyed by the couple with divine spirit and then only the offspring will be blessed by the Lord Almighty and great & intelligent.
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In India, according to Veda which is followed by majority Hindus, marriage is a union between a masculine and feminine entity with commitments to pursue Dharma, Artha (possessions), Kama (physical and other desires) and Moksha (the liberation) in unison.
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There are eight type of Hindu marriages (Vivaha) are mentioned by Saint Manu (Ancient Indian Text Manusrmiti):
- Brahma Vivaha.
- Daiva Vivaha.
- Arsha Vivaha.
- Prajapatya Vivaha.
- Asura Vivaha
- Gandharva Vivaha.
- Rakshasa Vivaha.
- Paisacha Vivaha
Out of these eight types of marriages, Brahma is the best and Paisacha is the worst.
Marriage Registration Procedure in India
The Supreme Court of India, in 2006, made it mandatory to register all marriages. In India, a marriage can either be registered under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. The Hindu Marriage Act is applicable to Hindus, whereas the Special Marriage Act is applicable to all citizens of India irrespective of their religion. The Hindu Marriage Act provides for registration of an already solemnised marriage, and does not provide for solemnisation of a marriage by a Marriage Registrar. However, the Special Marriage Act provides for solemnisation of a marriage as well as registration by a Marriage Officer. To be eligible for marriage in India, the minimum age is 21 years for males and 18 years for females.
Anyway, a happy marriage constitutes of two people who love each other very much and are committed to bringing out the best in each other. A great marriage also has an environment of positive energy where gratitude, adjustment and appreciation for each other are freely flowing.
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