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Arya Samaj is striving hard to achieve this goal through organization to make the whole world noble and a world of people who must have noble qualities deeds and nature. There is no faith greater than fact. There is no intelligence better than reality and there is no sin greater than lie. This is the main objective of Arya Samaj. Arya Samaj’s point of view is based on Vedas. It is the philosophy of realism. This world is not an illusion or a blank dream. It is a reality.
Here no idolatry, in the morning and in the evening Havan is observed by the followers with Vedic Mantras and special attention towards yoga, to achieve the objective. One may see many such teachings painted on the wall of this temple. Visitors are warmly welcomed by the volunteers and they will find an opportunity to understand the realism.

The Special Marriage Act, 1954, aims to provide for a special form of marriage, its registration and for divorce. A marriage between any two persons belonging to any religion or creed may be solemnised under this Act if at the time of the marriage the male has completed 21 years and the female 18 and provided the parties are not within the degrees of prohibited relationship.

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Section 5 of the Special Marriage Act is the first hurdle to cross. It deals with the notice of intended marriage between two parties and requires that at least one of them must have resided in the district for a period of not less than 30 days immediately preceding the date on which such notice is given to the Marriage Officer of the district.One would imagine that the Special Marriage Act, being a secular Act, would have played a key role in liberating individuals from the traditional coercive requirements of marriage. Sadly, many of its provisions are inconsistent with its objectives. Despite knowing about the practical problems its working has exposed, Parliament has not shown any seriousness in addressing them through appropriate amendments.

Section 6 requires the Marriage Officer to make copies of all notices open for inspection at all reasonable times, without fee, by any person desirous of inspecting the same, and to publish every notice by affixing a copy at some conspicuous place in his office. If either of the parties to an intended marriage is not a permanent resident in the district in which the notice has been given, then the Marriage Officer of that district has to send the notice to the Marriage Officer of the district in which the parties may have permanent residence, and that officer, in turn, has to publicise it.

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