Sikh marriage ceremonies are known as ‘Anand Karaj’ which means blissful event. Earlier, traditional Sikh marriage was not considered a legal marriage. Just like other communities in India, Sikhs wished to have their social laws accepted legally and a beginning was made with their marriage act called Anand marriage Act. Sikh marriages as per Sikh Rehat Maryada are governed by the Anand Marriage (Amendment) Act, 2012.
Sikhs can now register their marriages under the Anand Marriage Act. The Marriage Register is open on all working hours for the examination of the records by the parties to the marriage. A complete application form signed by the parties is required, along with the documentary evidence of date of birth of both parties and an affidavit provided by both parties mentioning the time, date, and location of marriage.Enquiry Now