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Mr. Ankit Kumar
Swami Dayanand Saraswati
Swami Dayanand Saraswati was more than a religious leader of India who left deep impact on the Indian society. He founded the Arya Samaj that brought about changes in the religious perception of Indians. He voiced his opinions against idolatry and the pointless emphasis on empty ritualism, and man-made dictates that women are not allowed to read the Vedas. His idea of denouncing the caste system inherited by oneself in lieu of their birth was nothing short of radical. He brought about a complete overhaul of the education system by introducing Anglo-Vedic schools to offer Indian students an updated curriculum teaching both the knowledge of the Vedas along with contemporary English education. Although he was never really involved in politics directly, his political observations were the source of inspiration for a number of political leaders during India’s struggle for independence. He was given the epithet of Maharishi and is considered as one of the Makers of Modern India.
The samaj was founded by the sannyasi (ascetic) Dayananda Saraswati on 7 April 1875. Members of the Arya Samaj believe in one God and reject the worship of idols. Members of the Arya Samaj believe in one almighty creator known as Aum who is mentioned in the Yajur Veda (40:17). They believe the Vedas is an infallible authority. The Arya Samaj promotes the equality of all human beings and the empowerment of women. The Arya Samaj members recite the Gayatri Mantra, meditation and make offering to the holy fire ‘(‘havan).
Who may perform Arya Samaj Marriage?
Who are eligible for an Arya Samaj marriage? The groom’s minimum age has to be 21 whereas the bride should have 18. Any person who is a Hindu, Buddhist, Jain, Sikh can perform Arya Samaj Marriage. Any person who is not a Muslim, Christian, Parsis or Jews can also perform this type of wedding style.
Arya Samaj Marriage
Arya Samaj marriages are very simple to execute and the rituals are straight. Couples from different religions who fall under the broad umbrella of Hindus in India can perform Arya Samaj. This is a choice and wiling preference for couples where one person belongs to Buddhism, Jainism or Sikh religion. The ceremony performs adhering to the Vedic rituals in an Arya Samaj temple. According to the Vedic principles, the hymns spelt during the ceremony are explained to the bride and groom. Arya Samaj marriage is just like Hindu marriage, where the marriage takes place around the fire. Also, it is legally recognised. In fact, there is the Arya Samaj Marriage Validation Act of 1937 provided under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955.
Registration of Arya Samaj Marriage
If you got married under the Arya Samaj Mandir then get this marriage registered under U.P. Marriage Registration Rule,2017 issued by Marriage Registration Officer Lucknow., where this marriage took place.
After 2006, orders of Supreme Court are strict on the issue of registration of marriages in personal laws. An Arya Samaj marriage can be registered either under the Hindu Marriage Act, 1955 or under the Special Marriage Act, 1954. The Hindu Marriage Act is applicable in cases where both husband and wife are Hindus, Buddhists, Jains or Sikhs or where they have converted into any of these religions. Where either of the husband or wife or both are not Hindus, Buddhists, Jains or Sikhs, the marriage is registered under the Special Marriage Act, 1954.
Hindu Marriage Act places a responsibility upon the states to make laws regarding registration of the marriage but also places an emphasis that where a marriage is not registered, its non registration will not invalidate the marriage. It is often advised to get the marriage registered as per the Supreme court orders and, it is the correct way to avoid disputes in future regarding breakdown of marriage.
The Arya Marriage Validation Act, 1937 (Act No. 19 of 1937)
The Arya Samaj Marriage Validation Act, 1937 is a legislation enacted by the British Government in India during the pre-independence era to recognize inter marriages among Arya Samajis.
Marriage between Arya Samajists not to be invalid.—Notwithstanding any provision of Hindu
Law, usage or custom to the contrary no marriage contracted whether before or after the commencement
of this Act between two persons being at the time of the marriage Arya Samajists shall be invalid or shall
be deemed over to have been invalid by reason only of the fact that the parties at any time belonged to
different castes or different sub-castes of Hindus or that either or both of the parties at any time before the
marriage belonged to a religion other than Hinduism.
In April 1875, Dayanand established the Arya Samaj in Bombay. Formed with the motto Krinvanto Vishvam Aryam (Make this world noble), the socio-cultural movement aimed to reform society by raising awareness among people about Vedic knowledge.
Far from trying to for a new religion, Dayanand only aimed at re-establishing the teachings of the Vedas. He authored an estimated 60 books, the most important among them being Satyarth Prakash (meaning The Light of Truth), to spread knowledge among people about the principles of the Vedas and to promote qualities that he considered were truly divine.
Dayanand also strongly backed the granting of equal rights for all, emphasised the need for the social uplift of women and of the underprivileged sections. He also denounced superstitions and practices such as animal sacrifice. He was given the title of Maharishi and is considered one of the prominent makers of modern India.
Documents required for solemnisation of Arya Samaj Marriage
Two Affidavit of The Bride and Groom – (Affidavit must be attested by Notary Public with Register entry No. )
• Birth Certificate.or
• Matriculation High School certificate or
• Passport or
• PAN Card or
• Driving licence
(Any 1 of the Above Documents)
• Aadhar Card or
• Driving licence
• Voter ID Card
• Ration Card
(Any 1 of the Above Documents)
• Seven Passport sized photographs of each the Bride and Groom.
Two witnesses are required with their ID proofs such as-Voter ID Card/ Passport/ Driving License/ Bank Passbook During the marriage ceremony.
• A complete affirmation is required to prove that the parties are not related to each other within prohibited degree of relationship as per “Hindu Marriage Act”.
• If any party is divorcee Certified copy of Decree of Divorce granted by the Court.
• If any party is widow / widower Death Certificate of the dead spouse.
• If any party is a Foreign Citizen or holding a foreign Passport or is having foreign residential address.
• Certificate of Present Marital Status of the party / No Impediment Certificate / NOC from concerned Embassy and Valid VISA.