I sincerely wonder if sikhism has anything to do things of superstitions like black magic or Jadu Tuna. Recently a girl, whom I know of due to my professional commitments, has been thrown out of her home by her husband and in laws on the grounds that she practices Jadu-Tuna. After making a small research it came to the knowledge that the courts are silent on this aspect. Implicitly these found nothing wrong with this kind of behavior of the husband. However, it has never been the cause of divorce so far as my knowledge goes. It shall not be out of place to mention that sikhs have no personal code governing marriages and are governed by the Marriage acts prescribed for the Hindus. SGPC have not played any active role in this direction. Muslims have their personal Laws of that are acceptable to Indian Courts. The precise question is: 1.Do sikhs really believe in these superstitions?If no, then nothing should have happened to the lady who has been kicked out of the home, and 2. How to save the marriages involving these types of allegations that are not vehemently opposed by the Courts.? Needless to state that there is a mention in the Rehat Maryada that sikhs do not believe in these superstitions and should not follow it. Why then such things happen even in well educated families.? Rehat Maryada is not accepted by the courts as well so far as defining of a sikh is concerned. Just some personal curiosity to know of the opinion of the sangat out there.