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Monday, February 14, 2011

INTER - CASTE MARRIAGE

     When persons belonging to different castes marry, what happens to their caste status?  What will be the caste status of their children?  Whether a woman belonging to a forward community and marrying a Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/OBC citizen becomes entitled to claim reservation under the SC/ST/OBC quota?   
The issue "If   a   woman   who   by   birth   belongs   to   a   scheduled   caste   or   a  scheduled tribe marries to a  man belonging to a  forward  caste,      whether on marriage she ceases to belong to the scheduled caste  or the scheduled tribe?" came up for consideration before the Full Bench of the Bombay High Court in Rajendra Shrivastava   vs. State of Maharashtra, (2010) 112 Bom LR 762 and the Full Bench held as follows:- 

 "When a woman born in a scheduled caste or a scheduled tribe marries  to a person  belonging to  a forward  caste,  her  caste by birth does not change by virtue of the marriage. A person born as a member of a scheduled caste or a scheduled tribe has to suffer from  disadvantages,  disabilities  and  indignities  only  by  virtue  of        belonging   to   the   particular   caste   which   he   or   she   acquires  involuntarily on birth. The suffering of such a person by virtue of caste is not wiped out by a marriage with the person belonging to  a   forward   caste.   The   label   attached   to   a   person   born   into   a   scheduled caste or a scheduled tribe continues notwithstanding  the   marriage.   No   material   has   been   placed   before   us   by   the    applicant   so   as   to   point   out   that   the   caste   of   a  person   can   be  changed either by custom, usage, religious sanction or provision of law."
The Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in Rameshbhai Dabhai Naika   Vs State of Gujarat & Others   ( CIVIL APPEAL NO.    654     OF 2012-  Decided on January 18, 2012) was pleased to endorse the above view of the Full Bench Judgment of the Bombay High Court.  The Supreme Court was also pleased to observe that the view   expressed   earlier by the Supreme Court in  Valsamma  judgment that   in   an   inter-caste   marriage   or   a   marriage   between   a   tribal and   a   non-tribal   the   woman   must   in   all   cases   take   her   caste from   the   husband,   as   a   rule   of   Constitutional   Law   is   a proposition, the correctness of which is not free from doubt."
However, the question is: Whether a woman marrying a Scheduled Caste/Scheduled Tribe/OBC citizen becomes entitled to claim reservation under the SC/ST/OBC quota?  The answer is: No. The Supreme Court of  India has held that a candidate who had the advantageous start in life being borne in a forward community and had march of advantageous life but is transplanted in backward class by adoption, marriage or conversion does not become eligible to the benefits of  reservation.
What will be the caste of the children? The question of the status of a child born to a scheduled tribe mother from a forward caste father came up for consideration before the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India in Rameshbhai Dabhai Naika    Vs State of Gujarat & Others   ( CIVIL APPEAL NO.    654     OF 2012-  Decided on January 18, 2012) and the Supreme Court held as follows:-

"In an inter-caste marriage or a marriage between a tribal and a non-tribal there may be a presumption that the child has the caste of the father. This presumption may be stronger in the case where in the  inter-caste  marriage   or  a  marriage   between   a  tribal   and  a non-tribal the husband belongs to a forward caste.   But by no means   the   presumption   is   conclusive   or   irrebuttable   and   it   is open   to   the   child   of   such   marriage   to   lead   evidence   to   show that he/she was brought up by the mother who belonged to the scheduled caste/scheduled tribe. By virtue of being the son of a forward caste father he did not have any advantageous start in life   but   on   the   contrary   suffered   the   deprivations,   indignities, humilities   and   handicaps   like   any   other   member   of   the community to which his/her mother belonged.  Additionally, that he was always treated a member of the community to which her mother   belonged   not   only   by   that   community   but   by   people outside the community as well.   In the case in hand the tribal certificate has been taken away from the appellant without adverting to any evidences and on  the  sole  ground   that   he  was  the  son  of  a  Kshatriya father. The   orders   passed   by   the   High   Court   and   the   Scrutiny Committee, therefore, cannot be sustained. The orders passed by the High Court and the Scrutiny Committee are, accordingly, set aside and the case is remitted to the Scrutiny Committee to take a fresh decision on the basis of  the evidences that might be   led   by   the   two   sides. "
The above mentioned decisions of the Hon'ble Supreme Court of India provide the answers to the questions mentioned at the  beginning of this post.
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-P. Rajendran   www.prajendran.com

298 comments:

  1. This law assumes that the woman will live with the husband's family and that her caste identity is secondary to that of her husband's- a very archaic view for the law to take. This also means that the law doesn't really consider the man and woman to be one under its eyes. Sociologically, it has been proven that the mother's education level and upbringing significantly influences the health and education status of a child much more than that of the father's. Given this, isn't it sexist to declare that it is the father who counts? By trying to answer the question of caste bias, the law has subscribed to gender bias- which is unacceptable and it is high time such an approach is critiqued and revamped.

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    1. SC/ST/OBC must be SC/ST/OBC all over India equally and must be raised eually.

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    2. I dont want to specify caste and religion for my children .But school is compelling me to give caste and religion. how to make them to accept it.And also could i get caste certificate stating that no caste no religion for my children

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  2. @Indian Law (Mr Rajendran)

    GB observed: ... high time such an approach is critiqued and revamped.

    Social values keep changing over time. When can an existing law be considered 'unfair' by prevailing social norms? What is the process by which the law gets changed to reflect current social values?

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    1. sir if i marry a girl in hindu SC and mine is hindu Bc we are going to marry now in that case what should i do and tell whether she would can change to BC or what will be for our child, BC OR SC....

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  3. @GB: Yes, you are right in saying that the law has subscribed to gender bias. The courts often cite historic reasons for this. I agree that such an approach should be revamped. As you would see in my future posts the courts are slowly changing this approach. Let us wait and see.

    @The Visitor: It has to be done by the Legislature. With the experience we had in bringing forward the women's reservation bill it is difficult to expect that such a move will be made in the near future.

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  4. In Indian context where there is a huge clamour to get into backward classes to avail job opportunities the gender question is not that relevant as the Anjan kumar case shows where the mother belongs to scheduled class,but the child will belong to forward community due to his father's position.The mother herself can use the resevatiion formula to get herself a job which is fair indeed.
    Generally speaking when two persons marry they become one person in the eyes of law and that one person is the husband which is exremely unfair and gender biased, say while issuing ration cards,while awarding farmer's suicide compensation etc.

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  5. @Anon- I'm not refuting the law's aim to prevent people from exploiting the reservation laws. However, to prevent gender bias and to actually treat men and women as one under the law, the law should be that a child born in an inter-caste marriage will assume the caste of the forward parent. Why privilege the father over the mother? Especially in a context where we're trying to create equality in laws that deal with property, divorce etc, this sort of wording will only takes us backwards.

    If you argue that it's the woman who 'leaves' her family and lives with the man, that is no longer the case either. The nuclear family is more or less the norm these days and it will be even more so in future.

    The gender question is never irrelevant- especially in a country like ours where the judiciary continues to conform to gender inequity in word as well as attitude.
    In structuring any law for any purpose, the aim should be to create justice and equity in all respects. What is the point in holding up justice in one respect alone?

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  6. Informative read about inter caste marriage,The problem of inter caste system was so deep rooted that it took years for the indians to come out of that idea. Even today also india is struggling to come out of this social menace.

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  7. My Father belonged to a forward caste and mom to SC. They both were kicked out of homes due to the intercaste marriage. As kids, me and my sister had to go through a lot of trauma. Not even our cousins (Dads side) would treat us a part of the family. Dont you think in these cases we should be entitled to some benefits so we could also socially at par with others?

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    1. its completely a family matter that could be solved by your own family. because there are other children who undergo this trauma when their family do not live in harmony because of one or the other reason, even when their parents had an arrange marriage.

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    2. my friend it dosn't matter for every case even i get married to sc girl n am a jatt.you are advice to regect them all who don't accept you it may be some of your family member from ur dad side. i think there is no benifit for child if ur dad is general cat.

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  8. can child have mothers caste if she belong to general in an intercaste marriage???would it create some problems???

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  9. Sir,
    I Vijay Kumar belongs to scheduled caste community,I married with a girl belongs to general category. sir my question is,whether she is eligible to claim for reservation under SC quota or not?

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    1. no she is not able to claim for reservation

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  10. @Anon: No, the child will have the father's caste.

    @Anon: Vijay, No she cannot claim reservation under SC quota.

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  11. why sir...dont mother have this much right over her own child?i m not asking for any benefits.then what problem ll it create...?

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    1. even i m having the same issue as yours. and i too wanna ask people the same question. we women suffer and they claim the rights. this is not making sense !

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  12. Can an OBC woman continue to get reservation benefits even after she marries a male from general categopry?

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  13. @Anon: Yes. A woman belonging to OBC category can continue to get the reservation benefits even after her marriage with a person belonging to the OC cagegory.

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  14. Sir,
    I belong to Scheduled Caste and now I got married to a person of general category. My query is whether I can still claim reservation benefits in government jobs like the IAS, etc. However since my surname has now changed, what documents will I have to produce in order to claim such reservation(in case I can still claim it)?

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  15. @Harshita: Yes. You can claim reservation. You have to submit your community certificate. In case if your name on the community certificate differs from your present name you can give a public notice in the Official Gazette that your name has been changed from .... to ......

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  16. Sir,

    GB directed me to this site. I would be grateful for some guidance.

    My household help, a SC category lady has her own SC certificate. More than 25-30 years ago she was married to a SC person, and had 4 children, and as a result of being greatly illtreated , she was forced to return to her parents with her children. The fellow, her husband, has not done anything, given no monetary or other help etc for her or the children, and continues to be a drunkard etc. In the law, given the long separation, is she still considered his wife ?

    She is now looking for caste certificates for her 3 sons and i daughter who she has educated all by herself by doing household jobs. Can she apply on the basis of her own caste certificate ? She is being told that they will only get the certificate if the father's caste certificate is produced.

    I want to know if her marriage can be considered null and void under some "separation/no contact" rule. I hear that Maharashtra has introduced the allowing of mother's caste cert for preparing the childrens certificate, but the "GR" is yet to come . What should this lady do ?

    I would very grateful for any guidance in this matter .

    mrs suranga date, IITb

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  17. @Mrs.Suranga:
    If the marriage has not been dissolved by a decree of divorce she still maintains the status of "wife". If she wants to dissolve the marriage she can file a petition for divorce on the ground of desertion for more than 2 years. In the alternative she can file a petition for maintenance. If the father and mother belong to SC category there cannot be any dispute with regard to the caste of the offshoots. She can apply for SC community certificate for her children on the basis of her community certificate and she can say that her husband deserted her 25 years ago and therefore she is not able to produce his community certificate. In such matters, enquiry will be conducted at her native village and if it is proved that she belongs to SC and that she had married a SC person and he has deserted her long back, she can get SC community certificate for her children. A person under the customary Hindu law would be inheriting his caste from his father. If a customary law is to be given a go-by for any purpose whatsoever it can be done in terms of a statute. Therefore a statute can be enacted enabling a person to claim the community of his mother (in the case of inter-caste marriage). It may not be necessary in the present case since this is not a case of inter-caste marriage. Let her apply for SC certificate for her children and as and when enquiry is conducted she can let in oral evidence (of persons living in her native village)to the effect that she and her husband belong to SC and that he deserted her 25 years ago.

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  18. Sir,

    I've a question. You've clearly pointed out that in case of intercaste marriages, the child would inherit the caste status of his/her father. Is there a legal way by which the child could get a caste certificate of his/her mother (if the mother belongs to OBC category) - something like economic status, more than 2 generations of socially backward status from the mother's side etc.?

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  19. @Venk: Please read my post "children born of inter caste marriage". If there is any law in the concerned State providing for inheritance of mother's caste one can apply for issue of a caste certificate to this effect.

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  20. Sir, is there any way that a child can be given her mothers (general) caste..if the child is given the mother's hereditary sirname,is it possible in such a case to give the child a general status rather than the father's (obc)status!!

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  21. I want to ask if a female is filing divorce petition at the place where she is residing presently ,but has got registered marriage in other jurisdiction which amendment should be followed

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  22. One of my friend belonging to SC category married to SC person who after 3 years of marriage died in an accident . She married to another person who also belongs to Sc category. In 10th class certificate of the son father's name is mentioned as second husband.
    Now she wants to get SC certificate for the son. In whose account she can get it?

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  23. @Indian Law:

    In case spouses are in same caste but different religion, then what about the baby's religion. Either fathers or mothers.

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  24. Can A SC women continue to get reservation benefits for jobs like IAS even after she marries a male from general categopry? Please reply.

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  25. my question is,wheather the person lives in the life style of sc,will they get the reservation

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  26. sir,
    my mother belongs to sc,my father belongs to obc.in my sslc book the caste recorded as sc and i lives in the life style of sc community,i got the reservation beninits for my education upto 10 th. i am an engineering graduate seeking for a job, will i get the reservation benifits under sc

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  27. i am a general category boy married to schedule caste girl. Whether she can claim reservation benifits even after marriage.

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  28. @ Anon: A Scheduled Caste category woman marrying a General Category person can continue to get reservation benefits of SC even after marriage.

    @Sreejith: Yes.

    @ Anon: Since the first husband and the second husband belong to SC and she also belongs to SC her son will also be SC and he takes the caste status from his natural parents (who belong to SC).

    @ Anon: "spouses in the same caste but different religions" ? Such a situation never arises.

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  29. sir, first of all sorry for bad english
    my father was obc(yadav,dead few month before my birth) and my mother is gereral(baniya) caste.
    when i was in school, she showed my category as a general.
    now i want to change my caste as a obc person because my father was obc.
    reson for all this whenever anybody ask my father name and after reply he watch me as like that my mom made a crime and offcourse for reservation in goverment jobs.
    i am still using my father full name but write down category gereral
    is it possible by tahsil label or i have to go court for this to clame that i am a obc.

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  30. sir,my father is a muslim (obc) and mother is a hindu (nair)..both of them are doctors. i am going to write pg medical entrance examination.can i get obc reservation considering my father being a muslim? i heard that in case of interreligious marriage we can avail reservation of any parent without considering the salary??please reply.thanks..

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  31. Sir,
    the muslim couple; Wife belongs to Syed (OC) husband belongs to Shaik (OBC). Is it possible the wife to obtain OBC Certificate from Revenue Authorities?

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  32. by the law there is no difference between male and female. in case of divorce a husband cant give divorce without the consent of woman for the same.again at present context no family is patriarchal or matriarchal.A family goes with the understanding of both In fact mothers share is more in the brought up of a child.in the eyes of law there is no difference between a male and female. so the offspring may take the fathers caste or mothers caste, it is up to them. in my opinion if a higher caste man/woman marries to a lower caste woman/man then they should be given the status of lower caste.because generally the higher caste do not accept a lower caste.if they be given some privilege as facility of reservation by considering their lower caste without considering the environment where the child brought up. then it encourage inter caste marriage.and there will not be any social discrimination to the lower caste people.presently sc/st are looked as a lower caste people.so inter caste marriage between a higher caste and sc/st should be encourage. in case of Anjan Kumar case the honorable supreme courts decision goes against the appellant due to the child brought up in forward community.This decision is gender biased which discriminate a male and female which is again unconstitutional.A child born out of wedlock of a couple one of whom is sc/st is always looked down upon by the society.

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  33. If Muslim girl married to Hindu boy, can she claim for parent's property?

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  34. if anyone belongs to OBC but after marriage got change,does she still get obc reservation benefit...

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  35. sir i m an obc man and want to marry a st gul please give me court marriage detail and after marry her shall i take benefit of st or not

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  36. sir i m obc boy and gul belongs from st can our child claim as st quota in govt. Jobs

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  37. sir,
    I belong to Scheduled Caste and now I got married to a person of obc category. my doubt is whether I can still claim sc reservation benefits in government jobs like the psc,bank exams,upsc etc?.i attended so many exams before marriage under sc category.will my caste change to my husbands caste?or can i stay as scheduled caste?

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  38. Sir,
    I Raju belongs to Scheduled Tribe(ST) community & I married with a Christian girl which is different religion. Sir my question is, whether she is eligible to claim for reservation under ST quota or not? and what about my children??

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  39. Sir, is there a any special reservation given to the child of intercaste marriage couple. ie: father OBC & mother General category.
    1) In educational Institutions
    2) Enterance exams etc.

    Regards

    NR

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  40. dhanya said...

    sir,
    I belong to Scheduled Caste and now I got married to a person of obc category. my doubt is whether I can still claim sc reservation benefits in government jobs like the psc,bank exams,upsc etc?.i attended so many exams before marriage under sc category.will my caste change to my husbands caste?or can i stay as scheduled caste?

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  41. sir,
    I belong to Scheduled Caste and I want to marry a guy belonging to general category.
    Am very keen on pursuing IAS and i have already given three attempts.
    I now wanto know if i can retain my caste after my marriage as per the constitution and claim my reservation in the UPSC examination.
    I had also read in newspaper and had seen on internet about the Bombay high court judgement telling that a girl can retain her caste of birth even after marriage.

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  42. Sir,
    My Name is Balbir Singh From Himachal Pradesh
    Mujhe English nahi aati hai please mera question ye hai ki meri wife obc se hai aur mein genral category se hun, lakin hamen Tehsildar OBC ka certificate banane se mana karta hai. Please hamen aisi koi Govt. ki list Bhejen jisko hum unhe dikha ke apna certificate banane ke liye keh saken.

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  43. sir,
    myself and my wife, both are from OBC,
    my wife is from yadavas and mine patnaiks...
    can my children can obtain yadavas as their caste...
    there is no need to have reservation from that caste...
    its not matter of any advatages or reservations...
    can my children can obtain thier mother's caste as yadavas...

    please help me its the matter of relationship between me and my wife's parents...

    please help me....

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  44. sir.,

    i am general category (oc) and i married a Sc girl. Now i want to get mothers caste to my children. Please help me to know the rules of "intercaste couples and their olffsprings caste sytem" law. It is possible? Becuase i am living with my wifes community till the date.

    thanks a lot.,

    agniputhran
    pondicherry.

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  45. sir..
    i belong to OBC category and few months back got adopted by SC parents. Can i claim for SC benefits as age relaxation in UPSC(IAS) exam ?
    thanks

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  46. Question1: CASTE ALSO BELONG FROM RELIGION, IF WE CAN CHANGE OUR RELIGION THEN WHY NOT CASTE?

    Question2: if girl can change their caste according to her husband then why boy can not change his caste according to his wife ,is boy's priority is greater than girl ?
    if yes then why ?

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  47. Question 3:all rules are made to make a person happy but here when boys and girls both are want to marry with together then they have a caste problem.
    is caste is more important than theirs happiness ?

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    1. happiness because relationship is based on gender basis not by caste

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  48. A women belongs to OBC marring the person from SC. for claming reservation can she calm under OBC?

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  49. sir i am from general category and my wife from obc category .sir can she get benifits in exam like IAS? sir plz tell sir plz tell.

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  51. hey sir i am frm shimla(h.p.) i come under gorkha community. It is enlisted in OBC.we don't have any revenue record as of now my question is that can i get obc certicificate.

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  52. Mother is ST community.father is not married that lady and she is keep to him. they have two children. the lady is staying with their father and mother only with their tribal culture. what is the caste of the children. please mail me to my mail id: jraj2000@rediffmail.com

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  53. dear sir,

    wen a girl from upper caste is marrying a SC guy , she is eligible only to obtain the caste certificate and not the reservation.

    why is there a differnce in the rules wen indian law says wife would be the better half of her husband.she has to leave her parents, culture and the cummmunity/caste where she belonged and marrying a different caste guy and accepting him with all the changes in terms of his cummunity.

    so indian law should be more favourable to those who are accepting the backward caste and facilitate those who have married from upper caste to lower caste as well

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  54. please help me knowing why the law doesnt give the same benifits to those who have accepted to share her enitre liofe with the backward guy

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  55. Sir,
    I am from open category is married to SC category girl. After 14 years of marriage she got job in govt sector with old name. She has joined the service with old name only. Now how can she maintain her job by changing name ( As new name belongs to Open category)?

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  56. man sc, women high caste...
    their son got seat thru reservation...
    their son got married to same high caste(caste same as mother)
    now son's children want to continue as high caste...
    tel me how to make dat possible

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  57. I am a general category person and my wife is obc, will my child get the obc status if husband and wife are legally separated or divorced?

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  58. when mother is a bhramin & father is a nadar,also the marriage & all other traditions are followed by mother's caste till now. so can the child go with the forward caste. is that cheating by law

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  59. i am belongs to SC B i want change my cast as a BC Christian how can i change my cast please tell me

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  60. Dear Sir,
    i belongs from a upper caste (OC). no body is in my family belong from sc/st.. i wanted to go for UPSC exam but due to very bad economical condition i was able to do my study but now i can do my UPSC exam. the proble is that, my age is 27 yrs and last age for OC is 30 yrs...if any sc/st women adopt me as her son under legel process then will i able to get reservation age relaxsation for another 5 yrs that is 35?????
    if not then do have any other option to get the age relaxsation?????

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  61. Dear Sir / Mam.,

    We newly married inter caste couple... I am belongs to BC and my wife belongs to FC (Forward Caste)... My child will become which category - BC or FC... As well we interested to my child belongs to FC only., Is it possible...

    Pls advice

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  62. Dear sir, plz tell me that how can i change my caste from sc to general.

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  63. Dear Sir,

    My caste before marriage was Hindu-Lohar which belongs to OBC. i had intercaste marriage. my husbands caste is Hindu- Bhandari which belongs to OBC. So for the govt jobs which caste i should belong if i applied with married name??
    Please advise urgently

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  64. i dont beleive in any caste............

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  65. what is a caste? anyone can tell me....
    caste is nothing. because lord never makes a caste. caste is a human mentality. and i want to change this bad mentality. why human cannot understand? why they made MANDIR, MAJ ID,CHURCH ND GURUDAWRA... ? I want whole indians are stay with LOVE...

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  66. I have a question, if both the couple belongs to OBC (however their castes are different), whether their child can claim the caste of his mother as his caste for the purpose of admission into school, reservation (both t he castes falls under equal ratio or reservaton), where his father has no objection.

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    1. see judgement of supreme court;civil appeal no.654/2012

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  67. Sir,

    Please note my father is from ST i.e. Kadu Kuruba in karnataka and now he is class I officer national bank. I am married to Kuruba family which is OBC listed in Karnataka. can you please tell me whether i can get OBC status and under creamy layer, currently my husbands annual income is 3 lakh pa.

    Thank you,

    Kanchana Ganga

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  68. what happens to the child from an intercaste marriage where women is from st category and father though from upper caste has died! which category will the child belong then if mother is single?

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  69. My boyfriend is Hindu Nadar, i am citizen of Croatia. We are together 4 years. My boyfriend's family arrange marriage for him, and he is very scared to marrie me. What would happen if he refuse to marrie the girl they choose for him? Why life in India is like this? Why two people who love eachother can't be together?
    L.R.
    Croatia

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  70. hw to marry intercaste marriag btween 2 relegion? if boy and gal r frm diffrnt relegn?

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  71. sir..
    Iam loving a boy from ST category.. bt am from BC category.. my parents wont agree our marriage..
    boy is ready to change his caste to BC can he change his caste from ST to BC .. and her mother belonging to SC caste.. give me some advice,.

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  73. Hi Sir,

    could u pls any case to support this decision.

    Thanks in advance.

    KRISHNA..

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  74. respected sir,
    i want to know that a obc candidate who doesnt have reservation in education i.e declared in genrel category . now can he /she have the benefit of reservation in govt. job.

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  75. I want to marry a girl belonging to Nair caste(General), I belong to Yadavas (OBC) but even then my grandparents uses "Nair" to their surname". If we get married, what will be the caste of our children, as per Nair caste, the initials of the Mother is taken while naming the children, so will this apply to the caste also.

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  76. Hi,

    I am currently living in USA and have come here for work purpose. I am basically from mumbai and am planning to get married in February 2012. Incidently, my fiance is from Lucknow. I need to get her with me to USA after marriage as soon as possible after marriage. My fiance is currently in mumbai with my parents and she went to the court to take a date for the marriage so that we have enough notice period with the court before the marriage. Once i am in Mumbai next year we will do the court marriage. Now when she went for the registration, the court needed proof that she needs to give a proof that she stayed in Mumbai for a certain amount of time. Now she is not a resident of Mumbai. Since i cannot be present in india due to my job duties, I cannot sign in front of the registrar. How do i solve this situation.

    Thanks.

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  77. sir,
    i was done intercaste love marriage.iam belongs to schedule tribe and my wife is vysas(oc).where will i apply to change cast certificate my wife and surname in tenth ,inter and degree certificates.my caste reservation can apply to my wife for appling jobs.please suggest me this problem.

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  78. sir,
    i was done intercaste love marriage.iam belongs to schedule tribe and my wife is vysas(oc).where will i apply to change cast certificate of my wife and surname in tenth ,inter and degree certificates.my caste reservation can apply to my wife for appling jobs.please suggest me this problem.

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  79. Sunil Said,

    Sir,
    I belong to an OBC category and recently got married to a ST Girl,so is my wife still eligible for ST Quota, since after marriage she is using my last name,if yes what additional document would she need to have kindly provide the details about the procedures as well...
    Thanks in Advace
    Sunil!

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  80. sir,
    i am hindu pallan (SC) i married to girl Christian pallan(BC) its intercast marrige?
    tasildar said you are not eligible for inter cast marrige.you are both same cast. i am send tamilnadu GO link http://www.tn.gov.in/gorders/adtw/adtw477-e.htm

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  81. sir,
    my father belongs to sc category n my mother belongs to general category. sir as per law il inherit my father's caste, which i don't want to. sir is there any law which allows me to convert to general category?
    Il be highly obliged if ul answer my question.
    waiting for ur response.
    thanx

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  82. sir,
    if i would not claim my sc certificate or benefits at the time of school admission, will that automatically convert me to general category?
    waiting for ur response.
    thanx

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  83. Dear sir,
    I belong to Scheduled cast and married 3A girl and she converted into my cast will she eligible to claim the benefit of Govt job ? please let me know can she claim the SC quota in reservation.

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  84. hello sir,

    i belong to hindu, Nair and i got married to a muslim so do my son do get any benifits?

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  85. namaste main renuka hu,

    mera prashn ye hai ki mere husband sc hain aur main hindu rajput ,lekin main is caste se aur unke surname se khush nahi hu apna surname aur apne baccho ka surname change karna chahti hu ,lekin main apne husband se bahot pyar karti hu ,lekin wo kabhi apne surname change karenge aur main apne baccho ko open category main hi padana chati hu .kya ye main kar sakti hu

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  86. If a child is adopted by a st category parents then child will be considerd st or not

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  87. Hello Sir....
    If a general category girl marries a schedule tribe boy, can the girl retain her general category caste after marriage.....

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  88. Dear Sir.

    What will be caste of the child in case of intercaste marriage- (general - gal and SC-boy), can the mother give her caste to the baby

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  89. Sir;
    i want to terminate my marriage,i am general category girl and got marriage to Schedule caste boy. After divorce can i get back to my general category caste.

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  90. Dear sir/madam;
    If a gal gets married to a SC boy, can she get the benefits under SC category after marriage

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  91. Sir,
    I belong to Scheduled Caste and now I got married to a person of general category. My query is whether I can still claim reservation benefits in government jobs like ldc,udc etc . However since my surname has now changed in my voter id card, what documents will I have to produce in order to claim such reservation ?(in case I can still claim it)

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  92. Sir, I am hindu 28yrs self employed, I want to marry a muslim girl 28yrs also self employed. Pls suggest the best to marriage. Our family are against us. Its little urgent we are planning it in coming Feb'11

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  93. sir,iam from kerala,i started homely life with a girl her father is a muslim and mother christain community,we have two boys in the relationship.she started her life in beleive of christain community after the birth of two childerns she now start to beleive of muslim,now the childerns is in the coustady of mother,there is no legal marriage ever exist between us.so what will be the religion of childern in the records

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  94. mother schedule caste but father brahmin waht about the son?
    pls ans me......

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  95. Sir,
    My mother belongs to Schedule Tribe is a govt. employee got that as ST category and father belongs to Brahmin [General]and Ration Dealer under govt. of West Bengal,what are the benefit would i get from that marriage and from my mother side?

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  96. see judgement of supreme court india about the caste of childerens of inter caste couples;civil appeal no.654/2012

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  97. Iam vikram from j&k my mother is sc while father is of general category.25 years back my mother got divorced,but i stiil not get ihe sc certificate,can i get the sc certificate so that i m able to get reservation in govt jobs can u mention the procedure please.

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  98. i m bams graduate. i got married since 2years & separated from husband since 6 months. i want to know that i can get any reservation as separate or divorce? i m from open category;

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  99. if a person is counted as in OBC in state level and General in central level..then from marriage prospect will he be treated as OBC or General?

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  100. In one forum i saw a post which says "If you make an application to the revenue authorities and demand SC Certificate an enquiry would be made to verify these facts . If they are convinced, you can get the SC certificate"

    Please check this out http://www.lawyersclubindia.com/forum/general-girl-married-to-SC-boy-love-marriage--36887.asp

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  101. Hie,I am 19 yr old girl,my mom is SC and father is from OPEN category,,is it possible to change my caste from open to SC to acquire reserved seats at INSTITUTES.

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  102. Sir,
    With due respect, I would like to know if a parent originally belonging to OBC category by birth, recently they got changed to a upper caste (Nair-kerala),and are active members.In such condition, please clarify Sir, whether their children can still continue availing the privilege and benefits of OBC category in respect of admission, job , etc .

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  103. Hi there. Nice blog. You have shared useful information. Keep up the good work! This blog is really interesting and gives good details. court marriage in delhi, marriage in Delhi.

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  104. hi, i belong to SC category and my husband belongs to general category. I want to know ki whether our children can get SC certificate or not?

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  105. hi. i belong to general category but my husband belong to obc category. i had applied for the job on behalf of OBC category.i got the appointment letter. but nowthe department is asking for OBC certificate BEfore MArriage. but before marriage i was general. in that case what i can do. if i clearly said to the department that before marriage i was general.....
    PLS help me out.. i m very tensioned about the job....

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  106. if i marry a SC man...is it possible for him to change his caste to general...as i belong to general category..

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  107. I am OBC girl from karnataka married to GM boy..The Tahashildar of Haveri (a district in Karnataka)is saying I can not get OBC certificate after marriage to GM boy and if I want to take I should approach husbands place (It,s west bengal..is it true??..If not can u plz tell me the law or circular since he is asking us to get the circulars..help plzz..

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  108. sir
    i am Hindu boy..and my lover is Muslim...can we register my marriage any district in Kerala....
    what are the procedures for that....
    pl z reply sir

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  109. Hi sir,plz tell me if the girl belong to general category and boy from obc category.can girl sustain her category as general or its compulsory to change to boy category.plz do reply.

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  110. hi sir, im manisha das from kolkata
    im a 1st year mbbs student of a medical college in west bengal..I belong to the SC (schedule caste) category...
    my question is i got marraid after i stepped into 1st year mbbs college to a man belonging to GENERAL category and now my surname has changed ...my question is after i pass out from the medical college will my mbbs certificate will get cancelled ?? because my college is unaware of the fact that im marraid now...moreover if i inform my college about my marraige they might not continue providing me my stipen which im receiving being a SC..my question is:
    1)if i inform my college abt my marraige will they stop giving me my stipen??
    2)will they cancel my mbbs certificate??
    3)can i continue my college classes without informing my college that im marraid now?

    plz do reply because i did a love marraige against my parents will....and im in big trouble now...plz reply sir

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  111. hi sir i m boy my fathers cast is muslim and my mother is from hindu maratha and follow hindu religion but my birth certificate my caste is muslim now it is posible to converte cast in hindu.plz do me replay

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    1. contact to arya samaj and get certificate from there. and register as hindu. and u will get certificate of caste cerificate

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  112. sir i am mahesh from bulandshahr. i come in OBC category. i want marry with a girl which come under SC category. please give me some advice.

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  113. Hi,
    I am Christain(RC), i married muslim girl, when i was marry her, i changed her name because of i have some problem with both side parents, so with the help of my friend & one lawyer i married her. now i want to get the new ration card. so i am not interest to change her original name, so how can i proceed ,please help me.

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  114. Sir,am from obc category. If a person abusing a person only on basis of his obc caste, is there any protection given by our Indian law ?

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  115. Hello Sir,
    My friend is in a pretty peculiar situation. He hails from Karnataka and had the benefit of reservation (SC) and had got a job (state government). But now he has decided to get converted to christianity. The question is what will happen to his job, will he retain it or lose it? (this article http://www.thehindu.com/news/national/article1108895.ece intensified the doubt further).

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  116. Hello sir ,

    i am muslim i married a hindu girl (sc), how can i register our marriage in special marriage act and also to know that shall we apply for goverment job under intercaste marriage employment ?

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  117. Sir, My caste BC, I got love marriage with SC caste girl, if i am going for my son school admission SC quota seat availablity is there, wheather my son eligiblity for the Quota (Mother Caste (SC)

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  118. Sir,
    First of thanks for such a wonderfull blog which you are sharing with us. The blog itself has everything about inter casgte marriage.
    But i have a question...
    I am a OBC Boy married to a SC girl. It was court marriage. She belong to west bengal and i am from jharkhand. She applied in West bengal govt and got selected. She got reservation benefit (in selection process only,still documents needs to be subimted)but i wanted to know that after marriage her present address is changed to jharkhand address. And west bengal govt is asking for residential certificate (for married women)of husband. Now i want to know if she show present address of jharkhand will she get benefit of SC or not?
    Please guide...
    regards
    Vickey

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  119. sir,
    my father is christian and my mother is in sc catogory. i got all educational benefits for sc and my sslc book also in sc....for the job purpose whether i get community certificate or not,,,,?
    whether i can get reservation allowed to sc....?

    jt

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  120. Sir,
    My father is of general category and my mother is of obc category. In which category i will come? Can i get the obc certficate for higher education?

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  121. Dear Sir,

    Im a OC caste person...
    And the girl who i loved is SC.The problem is cant we get married and stay happily..
    What is the wrong in that??? why the parents of us are not agreeing..
    Pls advise...

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  124. sir, I belongs to general category and was married to a obc person 3 years back.Ilive with my husband along with his community and having the financial status as he has.My question is can i change my caste?

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  128. Intercaste marriage is not easy but if you want to follow life partner with intercaste marriage before you are doing intercaste marriage there are three types we have to follow
    1.Attachment
    2.Mutual understanding
    3.understanding
    before registered marriage with intercaste,
    three points we have to follow
    No.1
    1.Pan card
    2.Ration card
    3.Driving licence
    4.Residential proof
    5.2 passport or stamp size photograph
    4.Foreign passport card
    5.Visa card

    No.2
    we have to fill the form i.e.registration application form.
    we have to pay registration fees more than 10,000.

    No.3
    within 15 days or 1 month will be issued the registered form
    i.e.surname will be change in high court.
    No.3
    If you want to change surname,you can change in high court.

    best of luck for life partner
    Happy married anniversary for all life.
    all the best for life partner & for the future.

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  129. It is good but we have to struggle for 6 month
    after wards,it should be ok.

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  130. hi........
    I would like to Concern if i get married 3 yrs before n not collect my certificate yet is that certificate is having validity now

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  132. I am a gujrati girl married to a punjabi boy. I had read article in Times of India last year. It ha d mentioned about government paying some amount to couples doing intercaste marriage??? Is it so...If yes, whom shall we contact n how to proceed? kindly reply . Thank you

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  133. A caste is to be decided by person's abilities and qualities alone. No virtues by birth can prove one to be Kshatriya if one doesn't know how to use a weapon. No virtues by birth can prove one to be Brahmana if one has not developed knowledge. No virtues by birth can prove one to be Vaishya if one dosen't increase his money but only know how to spend. कलौशुद्रसम्भव

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  134. sc women married muslim men she got job in sc reservation after change her name as muslim what her reservation status?

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  135. hi i am working in kolkata and want to marry a guy who stay in jharkhand.is it possible that we can get registry marriage in Kolkata.Is it necessary to have address proof of same locality or state for both the individuals??????

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  136. hai i and my lover chandru are in love for 1 year he is bc and i am sca caste we need to marry with the help of our friends what is the consequents we have to face more over he is 35 years old and i am 18 year old

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  137. Hi.. I am punjabi girl(General category) loves a boy who is kurmi by caste(OBC). Can he change his caste from kurmi(OBC) to punjabi(General)??

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  138. hi sir
    i want to knw is there any law for the people who are intercaste married .. but there dnot have any proof for there marriage and now his husband die his property was not given to his wife .. is there any legal way to carryon to get the property

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  139. i GC (Boy)marriage with obc girl wii my children get obc reservation.

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  140. sir
    i want to know that my friend is christian bc his wife is hindu sc .. is he have any intercaste marriage benefits ?

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  141. If the Child have Father ST and Mother SC or vice versa , then what would be the caste of the Children?

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  142. sir, i belong to sc and my boyfriend belongs to nadar caste. the only thing that is a great barrier for our marriage is intercaste. though my mom belongs to nadar caste my dad belongs to sc so as this became mine. i really suffer so much because of this. is there any option to change my caste? if i change my caste they are happy to accept me . so kindly helpme out in this

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  143. Sir, I belong to SC and my husband is from forward caste, in this case wither I need any judicial affidavit to adopt my husband's caste?
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  144. sir, I belong to Sc and My wife belong to OBC can she apply in government sector for just age relaxation as SC or she will remain have to stay as OBC..??

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  145. Dear Sir/s,

    I am a married woman Mrs. Puja Kapure age 32 yrs, and i have changed my name after marriage (Maiden name - Pushpa Agarwal).
    Pls. note - My 12 yrs. old Marriage Certificate does show my Previous Maiden name ONLY and NOT my New changed name on it.... but whereas I have Ration card & Passport with my NEW post-married NAME.

    Also, MY father has passed away and I am not sure whether my Pre-Marriage status (AGARWAL - Marwadi community from Alwar, Rajsthan) comes under any caste benefits .. but till date in ignorance, I have been studying under "General category" status...

    Whereas my married Maharshtrian husband does have an OBC caste certificate .. so my query is ...

    After 12 yrs of marriage with my husband following their rituals, god/goddess, traditions, etc... Am I eligible to get an OBC certificate ??? as I am applying for Govt. competitive exams it would help me in OBC - age relaxation and result.


    Awaiting here for URGENT reply, as I have to submit the Competitive exam form and not sure whtehr to click on OBC caste or General category .............. PLS HELP URGENTLY

    Thanks & Regards...ajaywk-pooja@yahoo.com

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  146. dear sir
    me and my bf is of different caste and age is above 20 we want to marry each other but our family r not allowing us so we want to do court marriage can we do that without any information to them if yes what is the procedure
    plzzz reply its the matter of our life

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  147. caste and community are decided by the govt as the classification eventually lead to benefits from the govt. hence let the law making institutions to take decision in this regard.

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  148. Im a Hindu nair (general)and the girl i love is a Ezhava(OBC) .we are planning to get married soon ..What will be the caste of our child ...

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  149. Sir, Is it possible for guy from general cast on marrying a sc women be converted to sc or not ?

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  150. JULY 15, 2012

    sir please solve my problem it is possible the if i belong to scheduled caste i have SC certificate but my daughter have no SC certificate then is she not eligible for addmission in Punjab University bases on SCHEDULE CASTE ??
    REPLY URGENT

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  151. Hi..lot many r facing problems regarding castes..i feel there should be freedom to shed the caste names .some members of sc n obc face problems even after they r well settled in life just because of their caste label.i have seen students curious to know the caste of their friend n peeping in to certificates .lets start these from our school .lets not teach our children this dirty discrimination..law should come,no school or educational institutions should ask or document caste..we need to eradicate this evil..these many years of reservation has given nothing to backward communities..best is to throw this label just stand up and work for urself ..we all are equal..never ask about caste n never tell ur caste..ARISE AWAKE AND FIGHT AGAINST DISCRIMINATION

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  152. Hi
    At a lower level it is fine not to document the case system. But it is clearly shown as soon as someone uses the quota system and from that point onwards people who have worked harder and achieved much better results dont get through, automatically there is a grudge. Anyways getting back to the topic, in our society usually the women takes the last name of her husband, so from the women's point of view she should take her husband's caste depending on her wish during the marriage which cannot be changed once taken. As for the child he/she should take the forward caste of either parent.

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  153. hi sir,if the father belongs to sc and mother obc can the child take his caste as obc ? will this be considered as cheating/is it legally accepted? because as per the court order it also depends on the environment in which the child is brought up .so if both parents are well educated and the child is brouht up not like a member of sc due to social and economic well being is it possible for the child to take his mothers comparitively forward caste which will make him socially more acceptible ?isnt this justified ? pls reply

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  154. why we cannot give our children caste name as Green,White,Wordsworth, Hegel, Smith etc. inorder to reduce caste discrimination in future.
    There are many couple who want to minimize religious, caste discrimination by doing inter marriage/caste marriage but they are unsuccessful to cope up with such problem as just because they are not getting support either from family, or from govt.
    we say we all are Indians irrespective of caste, creed, religion etc. are we really behaving as a Indian. i think, we feel we are Indian only when Independence Day and Republic Day comes else we are a partial Indian followed by our caste, religion, creed, language, state etc.

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    1. True! Family Support is very essential to battle such situations.

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  155. sir,

    if husband belongs to SC and wife belongs to BC .frm law it stated there is no chance to change the cast.if so changed is there any action will take among that couple.(they changed their cast for govt job)i need full details of it .and give as soon as possible..waiting for Ur reply
    thanks & regards pls reply to it fightforthenations@gmail.com

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  156. To all those who are concerned about Inter Caste Marriages, tribes, and races in the 21st century: Fuck u! and balls to your fucked up thinking!
    Look around and see that times have changed and understand that "It is high time to change the outlook of the people of our Nation."
    People are distinguished by their activity and not by their birth.

    India must be Caste-free!

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  157. hi ,
    i just want to ask that 2 question ...

    Firstly if a person having sc certificate and he dont want to use it and want to be general candidate it all fields ... for an example if a guy is going to join a public sector (govt sector ) job ,even though he is having sc certificate ,he doesn't want to use it n want to be enrolled as a general candidate .....is this be accepted ???????

    secondly , if a person having a cast certificate but he dont want his son or daughter so have it ....is dis thing possible....?

    lastly want to say we should plane to irradicate the caste sytem ...the no such quetions will arrise at all n every one will be equal be human by heart .....

    jai hind !!
    an indian

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  158. Dear Sir,

    I got married last 2008 In delhi Arya Samaj Mandir. I am SC Caste Boy & my wife is Gernal catagiri.How can we apply for the awarded money Rs.50,000

    My No is +91-9717988206

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  159. Dear Sir,
    I am the eldest daughter of intercaste parents. My father is Latin catholic Nadar and my mother Hindu Ezhava. Both belong to OBC. In my school certificate my caste is recorded as 'Latin Catholic Nadar' But I have no connection with the Church and so. Now I applied for creamy later for LC Nadar caste. It was told that I will not get that due to the lack of certificate form Bishop on my conformation to belonging to the caste. But it is told that I can avail the OBC creamy layer certificate with my mother's caste - Hindu Ezhava. Will I be eligible for reservation for education? Pls help me to takle the situation

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  160. sir,
    my wife is Scheduled Cate Im Hindu Ezhava .She is B-tech can we add my child caste in Scheduled Cate is it possible ? Any priority for inter caste and scheduled caste for Gov job for my wife Such like Kerala PSC,Indian Railway,or Kerala Electricity Board,IAS etc

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  161. Hello sir
    I am boy for OBC category. I want to marry ST girl. Do I also get ST reservation if I marry her. Please provide information on this.

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  162. Sir, I am a General Category girl belonging to Kshatriya Hindu Punjabi family and i live in Punjab. I am a Govt.teacher here. I want to marry a Marathi boy who lives in Karad Maharashtra and belongs to BC category. Will my caste change to BC and what caste will be of our would be children? And in which court can we marry Maharashtra Court or Chandigarh court and what is the procedure to file application for court marriage and my parents are against this. So, is there any way that we can get marry in court and parents should not be informed?

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  163. Sir,

    I am Muslim and Married to a Hindu Girl, I respect both the Religion but the problem is my wife is not accpting to be Muslim, i told her to Do namaz and other Muslim rituals as well as Hindu festivals. But she not agree for that...Now she taken my baby and blackmailing me from last 5 months...Please advise...

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  164. sir is it possible to change my husbands caste from buddha to hindu because i belong to hindu caste and even he is ready to change his caste .because we both dont want our baby to face the caste problems

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  165. Dear Sir,
    Myself from a forward community and i am gonna marry a SC/ST girl. So after our marriage will my wife still in the same caste? How about her reservations, will she still able to get those? How about my children? Thanks

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  166. my wife sudha was given up by her parents before 15year she met me and we have done special marrige,on 4 nov 2001 by ADM court basti. in the presence of my family and patidar.my wife is gupta caste and i am vishwakarma and then she again started her education as Msc IN 2003 AND B.ed in 2011 iam belonging to obc and iam confuse of my wife caste she is gl.caste or obc caste by birth but before court marrige we have done arrange marrige through our custom
    i have applied her cast certificate due to pariwar register and other we got certificate of obc
    in uptet 2011 she appeared as obc candidate even she has passed with 96 mark
    but due to availability of internet we knew hon,ble supreame court decision about intercast marriages cast status
    we still confused what should i do ? if we do apply with gl. then marksheet will not tally if we apply with obc i do nt know that is right or not
    in judgement it said No material has been placed before us by the applicant so as to point out that the caste of a person can be changed either by custom, usage, religious sanction or provision of law."
    what does it mean teache vaccency alrady came what shoud i do?

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  167. sir
    i am a christian adidravida i married hindu adidravida - if it is come under inter caste marriage if u say not means reply my another question. if i married some upper class(i.e. oc or fc)people it comes under inter caste marriage? how? hence i am a scedule caste or upper caste?

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  168. my name is Sharda Lokhande.My original caste is OBC and i am married to SC i.e inter caste marriage.Afer marriage tahasildar had issued us inter-caste marriage certificate stating that 'This couple as well as their proging is eligible for the concession admissible to scheduled caste as per order issued the Govt. Resolution,labour and social welfare dept. No.SWC-2258-E dated 12August1958.'
    Till now i had applied for govt. and central govt. jobs on this certificate only.My application form was never rejected any where.And i was also called for their respective exams.So this time i had applied for central railway.So i passed all its exams(i.e PET, written test, verification and then also medical).But at the time of verification the officer told me orally that the inter-caste marriage certificate is not valid on which i had applied and i should submit my before marriage caste certificate i.e OBC certificate and also said that instead of getting job in SC quota i will be given job in OBC quota.So i submitted my OBC certificate.Then also they(central railway board) issued me the appointment letter on SC caste.So i went for further process.At that time the officers sitting there orally objected on my case and i was not given the posting letter.5 months have passed still i have not been issued any posting letter.So will i get job on SC?if they don't give me job on SC then do i have the right to get job in OBC quota for the same?

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  169. m belong to general category if i do marry with st category guy what will the surname of my children s ???????????? and whats mine ???????

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  170. Dear Sir

    I am Khatri sikh married to SC cast girl should i take any benefits for Government job benefits as per SC cast

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  171. I HAVE MARRIED WITH THE UPPER CASTE GIRL SO IS THERE CASTE BENEFIT FOR ME IN TEMPLES OR SOCIAL RESERVATION. CAN I CALL MYSELF BRAHAMIN NOW........

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  172. this caste system is simply waste. it create more problems than benefits. I dont understand our Indian constitution, which is said to secular, why want preserve the communities based on religion and caste. why not there should be a place of a man with no religion and no caste.

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  173. Hello sir,

    I don't want to mention my son's caste in his school records as me(OBC) and my husband(OC) are inter-caste marriage couple. Please assist me there is a solution for this?

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  174. I am SC and If I want to convert my caste..then what should I do?

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  175. I am advocate and practice in Gujarat, surat district court - one of the question of law is that, divorcee woman can use his name instead of her husband after divorce Decree grant by court ? according to Gujarat Law ? please Gide Me proper law and G.R. of Gujarat.


    Advocate Manoj s. maurya
    Surat, District Bar.
    me

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  176. sir my father belongs to general category and my mother belongs to SC ..will i am eligible for SC CERTIFICATE...

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  177. i belong to sc community and my wife belong to obc community. we got married in december 2012. is there any law by whinch my wifw can make her sc certificate legally

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  178. sir my father belongs to BC-B and my mother belongs to SC,in my school records also registered with SC, is it correct? will i am eligible for SC CERTIFICATE.sir please help me, now my son is studying 5th standard what caste i will write in school records, my wife is also belongs to SC.
    what i will do sir.

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  179. Hello Respected Sir,

    I got married with sharma on 8 jan 2012 in delhi and I am Haryanvi Jaat..........
    So plz suggest me when i get reward.
    thanks.

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  180. Father legacy will be carried by the children not mother caste ..so all your childrens born will hold BC -B only ...

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