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Matrimony is after all but the response of human nature to the universal laws of polarity of attraction and repulsion, of mutual of vibrations True marriage is grounded in a deep sympathy and understanding which has no selfish ends to serve and no desire to satisfy that is not mutual Man and woman must work together toward the unity of their beings by fulfilling each other's earthly

Marriage was instituted as a social institution for the perpetuation of the human race According to marriage is a religious sacrament and not merely a contract or consent holding good at the mercy of one or the other partners Indian classics glorify the institution of marriage as equal relationship in joint interest: equality not in terms of things purely material but in things of the which alone are significant for a fruitful life

Manusmriti, it has been prescribed that a girl should wait for three years after her first menstruation before she is given in marriage Parashar Mahadev says that the favourable time for a girl's marriage is five years after birth or conception in her mother's womb. About a century back or so, child marriages were a normal feature all over India. In Bengal, for instance, there was a custom known as "Gouri Dan according to which a girl should get married just as soon as she attains eight years. The performance of a girl's marriage at the right time was enjoined on every parent as a most sacred religious duty

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