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Six Schools of Philosophy
Samkhya (Propounder- Kapil Muni)
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Eight different forms of
Following Eight different forms of Vivaah(Marriage) have been mentioned in the ancient Indian scripture ‘Manu Smriti’-
Brahma Vivaah – Brahma was the form of marriage in which a fully dressed and decorated girl was given to a man of the same caste & class by performance of the ceremony mentioned in the holy texts. The bridegroom was selected by the bride’s father.
Daiva Vivah –Daiva was the form of marriage in which a well dressed and decorated girl was given to a sacrificial priest by her own father as a part of his fee for performing at the ceremony.
Arsha Vivah –Arsha form of marriage was one in which the father of the bride was given a pair of cattle or two cows by the young man in exchange for his daughter. The marriage was based on a system of exchange, instead of dowry.
Prajapatya Vivah –Prajapatya form of marriage was one in which the bridegroom is duly worshipped and married to the bride with due honours and blessing.
Asura Vivah –In this form of Marriage, price for bride was paid by bridegroom to her father.
Gandharva Vivah-This kind of marriage was the union of a willing girl with a man in solitude when both of them were in love.
Rakshasa Vivah – In this form of marriage,the girl was forcibly abducted by the man.
Paisacha Vivah – In this form of marriage, the girl was seduced while her in sleep and then forced into marriage.