What is my grandmother’s sister’s son to me?
(So, the children of two cousins, are second cousins to each other). So if we think of your parent as A, and their cousin (your grandmother’s sister’s child) as B, then your grandmother’s sister’s child’s child is therefore B2 – and therefore you must be A2…. hence you are second cousins.
Can I marry my maternal grandmother’s sister’s son?
No, you can’t. The Hindu Marriage Act does not allow it, neither does the Special Marriage Act, as far as I am aware.
Can I marry my grandfather’s sister’s son?
yes you can marry your grandfather’s brother’s son’s daughter’s daughter as you do not fall within the meaning of prohibited relationship as per Hindu Marriage Act. Section 3(g) under Hindu Marriage act defines prohibited relationship.
Can I marry my maternal grandmother’s brother’s daughter’s son?
See as per Hindu law you can marry someone who is beyond five generations from your father’s side and beyond three generations from your mother’s side. As the relation you are mentioning is within the prohibited degree of relationship for marriage, you cannot marry her as you both are sapindas of each other.
Who are my grandmothers sisters kids?
Your grandmother’s sister’s child was first cousin to your mother (or father). But you and that cousin would be first cousins, once removed (i.e. at one remove of a generation). And that cousin’s child is your second cousin. She is your second cousin.
What’s a first cousin twice removed?
Your first cousin is in the same generation as you, so his child would be one generation below you. A cousin who is “twice removed” will be your cousin’s grandchild or grandparent, or your grandparent’s cousin.
Can we marry mother’s sister’s son?
As per law, you cannot marry with your cousin sister as it is prohibited by Hindu Marriage Act, 1955. Moreover, an adopted child have same obligations/liabilities as natural born son.
Can I marry my father’s sister’s son?
My parents are going to fix a marriage with my father’s sisters son. We both have a same blood group o+ can we marry? Will be any side effects in future. I am so tensed to say yes to wedding.
What relation is my grandmothers brothers son?
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.
Can I marry my 2nd 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.
Can I marry brother son?
As per the Hindu religion, such marriages are not allowed. Grandfather of you and grandfather of the boy are own brothers. So the relationship will come under Sapinda relation. But if there is no complaint to anybody and if both the families accept the marriage you may not have any problem.
Can I marry my father’s brother’s son’s daughter?
But one can marry anybody who is the son /daughter of his /her parent’s direct blood relation. For example you can marry your father’s brother’s daughter, father’s sister’s daughter, mother’s brother’s daughter and mother’s sister’s daughter.
Can I marry my grandmother’s sister’s daughter?
You can marry. Your grandmother and the girl’s grandmother are own sisters. Yours will be the fourth generation. So it will not come under sapinda relationship also.
Can I marry my father’s sister’s daughter?
No you cannot since you two come within prohibited degree of relationship. However, this can be overcome if the custom or usage governing your family and the family of your father’s sister permit this kind of a Marriage.
Can I marry mother’s brother son?
As per Hindu law marriage in near blood relation is prohibited due to many scientific and biological reason and as such law prohibiting such marriages has been made. So far as marriage is concerned if both of your family members are agreed you may go ahead with the marriage.