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Comportamento / 30/06/2021

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Most Indians are against interfaith marriage, research points out

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Most Indians are against interfaith marriage, research points out


Eighty percent of Muslims and 65% of Hindus surveyed in the survey do not accept marriage between different religions

An opinion poll carried out in India by the think thak The Pew Research Center shows that the majority of Indians are against interfaith marriage, but consider the country to be tolerant of religious matters.

The survey indicates that Indians consider the prohibition of interfaith marriage a “high priority” issue. 30,000 people 26 states and three federally administered territories were heard. The survey was conducted in 17 different languages.

“Indians simultaneously express an enthusiasm for religious tolerance and a preference for keeping their religious communities in segregated spheres. They live together separately,” says the study published by the institute.

Hindus vs Muslims

The biggest rejection, however, does not come the Hindus, whose religion is predominant in the country. Muslims are the majority among those who reject marriage between different religions. Research shows that 80% of people who follow Islam find it necessary to prevent interfaith unity. In the case of Hinduism, 65% of respondents think this way.

In late 2020, several states in India enacted laws that criminalize marriage between people of different religions. The Special Marriage Act requires a 30-day notice period for interfaith couples.

Some states led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) have taken additional steps. They have introduced laws that prohibit “illegal conversion” in order to prevent Hindus changing their religion to marry people of other faiths.

The legislation is a response to what right-wing Hindu groups call "the jihad of love." The unfounded theory accuses Muslim men of attracting Hindu women for the sole purpose of converting them to Islam. Hinduism is the religion of 80.5% of the Indian population, against 13.4% for Islam and 2.3% for Christianity.


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