Asian Review of Social Sciences (ARSS)
Cross-Cousin Marriages in KishtwarAuthor : Gopal Krishan Sharma
Volume 8 No.2 April-June 2019 pp 122-126
Marriage is a social combination or lawful contract between the general population that makes family relationship and its definition fluctuates as indicated by various societies. Marriage and Kinship are the essential unavoidable truths that apply to everyone of any person. The present paper is about the Kinship and Marriage structure among the Hindu people group in the Kishtwar District. The investigation has explicitly investigated the act of cross-cousin relational unions among the network and has endeavoured to investigate the different family relationship ties predominant among them. This paper is an attempt to investigate the family relationship and marriage structure among the Hindu people group in Kishtwar. The paper likewise accomplishes to investigate the different types of cross-cousin marriages among the Hindu people group in Kishtwar.
Marriage, Kinship, Affinity, Consanguinity, Cross-Cousin Marriage
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