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Arya Samaj Court Marriage Hastinapur

Arya Samaj Court Marriage Hastinapur efore proceeding with this type of court marriage in India, the whole process includes firstly to ensure eligibility of the persons getting married. You should have all the requisite documents in place before filing the court marriage application with the Registrar. To solemnize procedures for court marriage between a foreign national and an Indian citizen under the Special Marriage Act, 1954, one needs to keep the following points in mind:




  • 5-5 Passport Size photos of Husband & Wife Each.
  • Aadhar Card and /or Voter Card of Huband and Wife.
  • Address Proof of Bride and Groom ( Any One ) – Voter Card / Driving License / Passport / Bank Passbook with photograph.
  • Marriage Invitation Card or Marriage Document of Gurudwara /Temple.
  • Age Proof of Husband and Wife ( Any one ) – Birth Proof / 10th Pass Document / Driving License / Passport.
  • 2 Witnesses with Pan Card and Address Proof.
  • Divorce Decree in case of any or both Bride and Groom are Divorcee.
  • Death Proof / Document of Previous spouse in case of widow or Widower.
  • Marriage photograph two of husband and wife.

    The Process of Court Marriage under the Special Marriage Act


    The Special Marriage Act, 1954 lays down the concept of Hindu Court Marriage procedure in India as well. This allows people to complete the civil marriage procedure as follows:

    • Submit the notice/application to the Sub Registrar or Marriage Officer
    • The notice shall be published in the prescribed offices for 30 days
    • Registration will be issued only if no objection is received from any person
    • In case of objection, an enquiry will be conducted and only after the conclusion, a registration certificate will be issued
    • The laws relating to marriage are laid down under personal laws of the religion to which a person belongs
    • However, there is an option of court marriage for the people who don’t wish to get married in accordance with the religious rites or who belong to different religions or if one of them is a foreign national 

      Court Marriage is recognized and authorized by law.  It is as valid as a traditional marriage. Court marriage is open for people of all religion, caste and creed. It is a preferred way of getting married in most love marriages, inter religious marriages. Any Individual who is  of 21 years of age  in case of boys and 18 years of  age in case of girls can opt for court marriage.

      Court Marriage unlike traditional marriages is free from the glitz and glamour of traditional marriages and is less time consuming. It is not mandatory to invite plenty of guests.  Only presence of  few witnesses is required to complete the marriage in the presence of marriage registar.