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Remarry Via Anand Karaj

Discussion in 'Love & Marriage' started by tejinder060727, Mar 1, 2015.

  1. tejinder060727

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    I am aware of the fact that Guru Granth Sahib maharaj ji considers the act of anand karaj a union of two bodies as one soul. However, I have a question, If a man is divorced and wants to remarry via anand karaj performing lavaan ceremony with a woman that has never been married before, is it possible to do so? They both are sikh, however some unfortunate events led to him being divorced.


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  3. Harry Haller

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    today, all round the world, many people will undergo anand karaj, neither will be Sikh, and neither will have much clue what is going, to most people present, this will be ok,

    If your asking what the Sikh attitude is to those that love each other and wish to embrace anand karaj and become 'one soul', I cannot see the problem, but I am sure there are those that would..
     
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    All Sikh marriages whether between first timers or second or third or divorces or widows, should be conducted under anand Kaaraj as per SRM.
     
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