Question: Can Buddhist marry non Buddhist?

Are Buddhists allowed to marry non Buddhists?

There is no obligation for Buddhists to marry and most Buddhists believe marriage is a choice. As long as they are both happy to do so, Buddhists are allowed to cohabit . Marriage in Buddhism comprises of a civil ceremony that legally unites two people.

Can Buddhists date non Buddhists?

Buddhist marriages are governed by the laws and customs of the country where a Buddhist lives. This includes the right to marry a non-Buddhist, where the law permits of course. A Buddhist probably should not marry a Muslim or Orthodox Jew because their religious laws forbid. Of course they can.

How many wives can Buddhism have?

In the story of Sujata the Buddha speaks of seven types of a wife.

What Buddhist say about soulmates?

It describes someone who helps you lead a life that serves a higher purpose. Buddhists believe that were reborn an infinite number of times, and that relationships can carry over from one lifetime to the next.

Can Buddha be a girl?

Women and Buddhahood. Although early Buddhist texts such as the Cullavagga section of the Vinaya Pitaka of the Pali Canon contain statements from Gautama Buddha, speaking to the fact that a woman can attain enlightenment, it is also clearly stated in the Bahudhātuka-sutta that there could never be a female Buddha.

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