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60th Wedding & passing of a family member

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jshamini

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Hello

I would like to inquire:

My mother-in-law's brothers (2 of them) passed away last month, both within days of the other. As they are both my husband's thai maman, i'm not sure whether if we are impacted in any way. My in-laws did the rituals as told. As my father-in-law turns 60 this November, they are planning on doing an Aravutham Kalyanam in a temple in India. I am not too sure of how the actual rituals are, but since young, when a blood related family member passes, we do not have any celebrations for the year. Please advise if it is ok to have the Aravutham Kalyanam done as they were advised by an astrologer in Singapore that they could go ahead.

Thank you all very much in advance!

Sham
 

Mohaar02

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As far as i am aware of this can be done because the Gothra is different. But there is a saying that for any relation whose death has not resulted in Theetu, visiting temples with kodi maram needs to be avoided for a month.

Plan accordingly. Consult family elders too..

Thanks,
Ram Ram !!
 
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