Can I marry my grandfather’s sister’s daughter?
Thus, the daughter of your grandfather’s sister and you cannot marry as per rules of Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 as you both have a common ancestor that does not exceed five generations i.e., parents of your grandfather and his sister.
Can I marry my grandfather’s sister’s son?
no , marriage in same family tree is legally, morally, ethically, genetically wrong. you are cousin brother and sister and brothers and sisters donot marry. Is it wrong to marry my grandmother’s son’s son? Your grandmother’s son’s son is your brother or cousin.
Can I marry my grandmother’s brothers daughter?
No you cannot. It come under the prohibited degrees of relationship. In law, a prohibited degree of kinship refers to a degree of consanguinity (blood relatedness) and sometimes affinity (relation by marriage or sexual relationship) between persons that results in certain actions between them being illegal.
Can you marry grand uncle’s daughter?
it is fair and legal if she is not falling under your gotra. in hindu dharma we do not narry a girl/ boy of sgotra. if your g.f is not your sgotra than you can marry with her. there is no problem at all.
Can I marry my second cousin?
In the United States, second cousins are legally allowed to marry in every state. However, marriage between first cousins is legal in only about half of the American states. All in all, marrying your cousin or half-sibling will largely depend on the laws where you live and personal and/or cultural beliefs.
What is my grandpa’s brother’s daughter to me?
The siblings of YOUR grandparents are your granduncle or grandaunt, not great uncle nor great aunt. Similarly, the siblings of YOUR great-grandparents are YOUR great- granduncle or great-grandaunt. Also the same nomen- clature is used for grandnephew and grandniece.
Who is my grandma’s brother to me?
Likewise your grandmother’s brother is your granduncle, or commonly great uncle. Your grandaunt is your mother or father’s aunt, just as your grandparent is your mother or father’s parent.
What am I to my grandma’s sister?
Technically, the sister of one of your grandparents is your grand-aunt.
Can I marry my grandfather’s brother’s daughter in Islam?
The answer is yes. Islam does not allow to marry father’s sister, father’s brother, mother’s sister, mother’s brother. But one can marry anybody who is the son /daughter of his /her parent’s direct blood relation.
Can I marry grandmother’s sister’s son’s daughter?
She will be a sister to you. This is as for the relations we follow in the Telugu states. A girl can marry her grandmother’s (Mother’s Mother) sister’s son’s daughter. But a boy can’t marry his grandmother’s (Mother’s Mother) sister’s daughter’s daughter.
Can I marry my maternal grandmother’s brother’s granddaughter?
Yes, you can, Blood relation is much far and you are not in prohibited degree. The relationship is not in prohibited degree. Hence legally the marriage is valid.
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. Explanation.
Can I marry brother?
Siblings cannot marry in the United States
Many states outlaw sexual relationships between siblings and between parents and their children, and no state allows siblings to marry.
Can I marry my daughter?
X.: According to John Beckstrom, professor of family law, Northwestern University Law School, it is not legal anywhere in the United States for a father and daughter to knowingly marry each other. Such a marriage would not be valid. In fact, in many states the father would be prosecuted for criminal incest.
Can I marry my niece in India?
Yes you can marry your niece under the Hindu Merriage Act, 1955 if the customs and traditions permit you to do so.