In 2014 the Sikh Council in UK developed a consistent approach towards marriages in Gurdwaras where one partner is not of Sikh origin, following a two-year consultation with Gurdwara Sahib Committees, Sikh Organisations and individuals.The resulting guidelines were approved by the General Assembly of Sikh Council UK on 11 October 2014, and state that Gurdwaras are encouraged to ensure that both parties to an Anand Karaj wedding are Sikhs, but that where a couple chooses to undertake a civil marriage they should be offered the opportunity to hold an Ardas, Sukhmani Sahib Path, Akhand Path, or other service to celebrate their marriage in the presence of family and friends.In others, religious tradition opposes interfaith marriage but may allow it in limited circumstances.Several major religions are mute on the issue, and still others allow it with requirements for ceremony and custom.Humanistic Judaism is a nontheistic alternative in contemporary Jewish life, defining Judaism as the cultural and historical experience of the Jewish people.The Society for Humanistic Judaism answers the question, "Is intermarriage contributing to the demise of Judaism?Interfaith marriage, traditionally called "mixed marriage", is marriage between spouses professing different religions.
Orthodox Judaism refuses to accept intermarriage, and tries to avoid facilitating them.
talk of marriage rules among various kulas and gotras.
According to varna system, marriage is normally between two individuals of the same varna.
Intermarriage could contribute to the continuity of the Jewish people." Since the early 20th century, rates of Jewish intermarriage have increased.
In the United States from 1996 to 2001, nearly half (47 percent) of marriages involving Jews were intermarriages with non-Jewish partners In Hinduism the concept of interfaith marriage doesn't exist as all other known religions were born after all the ancient Sanskrit Hindu texts were written.