Can a girl marry her mother’s sister’s son in India?

Can a girl marry her mother’s brother’s son?

Similarly, a mother can not marry her son or grandson. … Similarly, a person can not marry his Daughter-in -Law or son -in-law. f one was the wife of the brother or of the father’s or mother’s brother or the grandfather’s or grandmother’s brother of the other.

Can I marry mother’s sister?

So the marriage cannot be given a legal recognition. you may marry her as you are beyond the Spinda relationship as she is the forth generation from your mother, as mother, mother’s sister, her daughter and her daughter as per Hindu Law or as per Special marriage act.

Can a girl marry her father’s sister’s son?

No you cannot since you two come within prohibited degree of relationship. However, this can be overcome if the custom or usage governing your family and the family of your father’s sister permit this kind of a Marriage.

Can I marry my Masi daughter?

You can not marry you mother sister (Mausi) daughter, who is cousin sister. Such type of relations are legally prohibited under Indian law.

Can I marry fathers brothers daughter?

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Hence, you can’t marry each other. As per the Hindu Marriage Act, any marriage between two Hindus can take place only when the spouse doesn’t fall within three lines of ancestry from mother’s side and five lines of ancestry from father’s side.

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Who married his own mother?

Oedipus, in Greek mythology, the king of Thebes who unwittingly killed his father and married his mother.

Can I marry my nephew?

Yes you can marry your niece under the Hindu Merriage Act, 1955 if the customs and traditions permit you to do so.

Can I marry my grandmother’s sister’s son?

the parties are not within the degrees of prohibited relationship, unless the custom or usage governing each of them permits of a marriage between the two; Degrees of Prohibited relationship” under Special Marriage Act.