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Interfaith Marriage Know the


ins & outs of M


arriage is chal- lenging at best. And when the


spouses are of differ- ent religions, the chal- lenges


One can suddenly grow bewildered,


can multiply. discover-


www.InterfaithShaadi.org


X Comparison of major religions’ key beliefs, espe- cially regarding marriage


X Marriage laws from many countries, traditions and expectations in various religions including Islam, Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism and more


ing that what is unfold- ing today is not what was assumed or under- stood when vows were taken. For example, a spouse can be shocked to discover that his or her idea of equality in marriage is not shared. Or the question can suddenly arise: in which of the two religions are the children going to be raised? If these questions were not foreseen and no clear agreement had been reached beforehand, distress can ensue.


Whether you are the parent in a contemplated in- terfaith union or the prospective bride or groom, it


X Quotes from scriptures, historic perspectives, practical issues, video messages


X 900+ real-life experiences from people who have dated, married or divorced interfaith


X Relevant talking points for creating a solemn, clear nuptial agreement


X Innumerable articles and views covering all aspects of interfaith family life


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X č non-«ÀowÌ] non-Àili}ioÕÃ] in`i«in`inÌ ÃiÀÛiVi organization


is wise to learn relevant key elements of


the


faith being married into before the knot is tied. Best course is to give all parties concerned the opportunity


to learn


about the issues before > wn>l VommiÌminÌ ià made and, if necessary, to discuss them and ar- rive together at a rea- sonable conclusion—to go through with the wedding or not.


/hi VoÕ«li h>Ã Ìhi wn>l say as it is their life. Ei- ther way, they will have understood what is at stake and made an in-


formed and wise decision for their life. To help in Ìhià `iliV>Ìi «ÀoViÃÃ] > non «ÀowÌ onlini voÀÕm h>à been set up since 2009, dedicated to the happiness of couples contemplating marrying someone of an- other faith: www.InterfaithShaadi.org


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