One more new rule for the wedding ceremony

By | December 11, 2020

One more new rule for the wedding ceremony

new order for approval when the wedding season is coming to an end, online approval for the wedding ceremony is mandatory, the official has to show the registration slip

The state government has issued a new order approving the marriage as Kamurta is sitting on December 16 as the marriage period in the state is coming to an end. The government, which has so far been undecided on the issue of marriage approval, has taken a new decision when the marriage period is coming to an end. From now on, online approval for wedding or reception can be taken.

The applicant has to apply online on this portal to hold the wedding ceremony
In view of the Koro epidemic, the state government will have to register online for upcoming weddings in Gujarat. A software called Online Registration for Organization Marriage Function has been developed by the National Informatics Center for conducting wedding ceremonies. This software has been activated on Digital Gujarat Portal (

Under which the applicant has to apply online on this portal to hold the wedding ceremony. After making this application the applicant can take a print of the registration slip or even save the PDF. If a police officer or an officer or employee of the local administration requests a registration slip from the applicant, the applicant has to submit it.

Released after first making police approval mandatory
Earlier, the Gujarat government had made the approval of the police department mandatory for weddings or any other reception in the state. However, the decision was reversed and a waiver was granted. When the rule was made to organize not more than 50 percent of the capacity of the wedding venue, but within the limits of 100 people.

Prohibition of horse or bandwagon and compulsory observance of social distance
While bridal or bandwaja was banned during wedding occasions. At present no event can be organized during the curfew period in places where night curfew has been imposed by the state government to prevent transition in the four major cities of the state.


Citizens will have to strictly abide by the guidelines in place regarding Covid-19 when conducting weddings or receptions. Physical and social distance with a distance of 6 feet, including mask and sanitizer should be arranged during the ceremony.