In some places in India, even today, there are such traditions, which will not only surprise you, but you will not be able to trust it easily. Yes, today we are making you aware of one such tradition. We are going to tell you about a species where siblings are married among themselves. Let’s know about it.
There is a Dhurva tribal society in Chhatt isgarh, where this tradition is practiced. The people of Dhurwa caste who live around Kangarghati of Bastar in Chhattisgarh consider fire as witness to water, not marriage of sons and daughters.
The different practice of this society is that in this they marry the maternal uncle’s daughter (Mamre Fufere siblings) from the sister’s daughter. At the same time if someone refuses to do so, he is fined. Not only here, child marriage is also practiced here.
However, now efforts have begun to end this tradition gradually. In the society, the minimum age of girl for registration and marriage is 18 and the boy is 21 years old.