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Registration of marriage is necessary. Apart from this, marriage registration has now been made mandatory for people of all religions (except Sikhism) in India. After marriage, couples must show the marriage registration certificate, whether opening a joint bank account or enjoying a spouse visa. Although the proof of marriage will be a marriage card, photograph, Certificate of getting married by the priest, etc., it is only possible to carry a few documents everywhere. In such a situation, the marriage registration certificate can eliminate these problems. This one document can bring many benefits.
Nowadays, marriage registration is considered mandatory in India under the Hindu Marriage Act and the Muslim Marriage Act. It was enough to get married according to traditional rituals. Still, sometimes some rituals are not performed in traditional marriages, or the number of witnesses is reduced if needed. In many such cases, incidents like refusal of marriage have also been heard. For example, in love marriages performed in front of the priest in the temple, marriage takes place only after changing the garland. Still, in any adverse situation, such a marriage does not take long to become invalid. In the event of child marriage, if the marriage is to be challenged in the future, then it is necessary to have proof of marriage.
To register the marriage under the Hindu Act, one can apply to the Sub-Divisional Magistrate in whose jurisdiction the husband and wife reside.
This application can be made on any day except Sunday and government holidays.
If the couple wants to register for marriage to get a marriage certificate, then the couple can apply offline and online. For online, by visiting the official website of a particular state.
Any couple can make this application in the magistrate's office. However, this is only for offline registration. Apart from this, the online registration process can proceed anywhere in India.
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