Marriage is a big decision and if you take it under no pressure then it will be good for you in the future. Keeping this in mind, that both of you are from different religions, and for them good future of your relationship, both you have to understand and accept each other's feelings and culture. Apart from this consent of family members is also necessary.
It is legally recognized for a Hindu to marry a Muslim, thus you can perform this marriage. Apart from the Hindu Marriage Act and Muslim Personal Law, marriage can also be done under the Special Marriage Act.
Under the Hindu Marriage Act, where two adult Hindus can marry, Muslims who practice Islam under the Personal Law do nikahs. Under the Special Marriage Act, people of any religion can be bound in marriage and for this, they do not need to change their religion. Both of them maintain their own religion after marriage. Regardless of the marriage, after marriage, the wife gets all the legal rights.
The Special Marriage Act - 1954 specifically provides for marriage and divorce. Under this act, marriage can take place between two persons of any religion or sect. Being a secular act, it plays an important role in freeing people from the traditional requirements of marriage. Under this act, the person marrying has the right to marry outside the orders of his religion and community.
There is no religious ritual under this marriage, but registration of marriage is mandatory in it, so that in the future and their children do not have any kind of problem. People who get married under this act, even if they get married later according to their religious rules, this act still applies to them.
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