How to do court marriage without marrying in Arya Samaj.
As you know, for all types of valid marriages, the boy’s age should be 21 years and the girl’s age should be 18 years. But we are going to tell here what is the process of getting married directly in court without marrying in Arya Samaj.
If you want the marriage to be completely in court, then it is done under the Court Marriage Special Marriage Act 1954. Whose process is something like this.
- In order to perform a court marriage, you need to get the SD of your state. M (sub divisional magistrate) has to go to office. You have to apply for court marriage after going there. In which you have to give all the details of your name, address, age etc. in writing.
- Under the Special Marriage Act 1954, you have to get married in the same state where you live, ie according to this act, the judicial area is very important.
Example: – If the boy is a resident of Delhi and the girl is a resident of UP, then you can get married in any court in both Delhi and U.P. And if both the boy and the girl are residents of Delhi, then they will have to get married only in Delhi and if both of them are in the U.K. If you are a resident of PK, you will have to get married only in U.P.
3. After applying, you are given a fixed time of 30 days by the court. This is given due time, which gives the court time to inquire, if all your documents etc. are found to be correct, then only the court allows you to marry She goes.
4. After the court has taken all its necessary actions, you are given a fixed date from the court itself. On this date you can go to court and get married.
5. Usually, after applying for marriage from the court, the time for getting the date of marriage has been fixed for 30 days. But sometimes it may take 30 to 35 days if the process takes more time.
Note: – If you want to get married in the court directly, then you can get married under the Special Marriage Act 1954, but due to the long time people do not like to get married in the Arya Samaj and register in the court after not getting married directly in the court. We do . Because it takes less time.