Is it allowed to marry a boy from kaundanya gotra to a girl in kausika gotra?
As long as you are from different gotra marrying is possible. But religiously if you are not from the same caste you can not marry.
Yes, Kayasth boy and girl with Kashyap Gotra can marry. Two gotras having a common pravara are not allowed to marry. For instance those of theKashyapa and Shandilya gotras cannot intermarry because they share the same sage, Asita, in their pravaras. Refer: http://www.indiancultureonline.com/details/Gotra.html
If the Srivatsa and vatsa are the same gotra and Can a boy having Having vatsa gotra married to the girl having srivatsa gotra?
Yes, a vats can marry Kaundinya gotra. Because they are a totally different vansha tree. Vats originates from Jamadagni and Kaundinya originates from Vasihta so there will not be any health issues and at the same time the yash tatva will not diminish. You can further consult any param gyani. Thanks, Amit
Yes. Judaism does not proselytize or seek converts, but it does accept sincere converts. Conversion for marriage is not a sincere reason. Once someone has converted properly, a Jew (Sephardic or not) may marry them. Conversion is a life-changing and very serious undertaking and a potential convert should think it over carefully. It must not be done on a whim or because of temporary circumstances. One who converts is expected (from then on) to live…
If the question is from a Brahmin or Kshatrya family then the answer is - Generally No. Because both appear to be belonging to the "bharadwaj" Gotra. However in special case if the girl is adopted & donated by his maternal uncle then it may be permissible. But if they belong to any other community it may not be a hurdle because rattan bhardwaj & awadh bhardwaj may be a different clan in those communities..
No. All members of same gotra are considered to belong to same family as they have same ancestors somewhere up the ladder. The gotras come after the names of rishis whose offsprings we all are. To find more about gotras, go here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brahmin_gotra_system No. All members of same gotra are considered to belong to same family as they have same ancestors somewhere up the ladder. The gotras come after the names of rishis whose offsprings…