- Are Hindus allowed to marry people of other religions?
- If yes, how should they marry someone belonging to a different religion?
- Are the rules different for a man and a woman?
Hinduism/Sanatan Dharam is much older than any other practicing religion that's why there is no literature to inter-marry other religions. This is more like a culture question. Culturally People who termed Hinduism as a religion abstain to marry into other religion due to cultural differences and various other reasons like sometime they need to convert to other religion after marriage so they don't marry because of it. Hinduism doesn't stop or encourage anyone to marry with different religion.
Hinduism=SanathanaDharma=Ultimate way of life=Happiness for all, living a life following Dharmic way....thus include all human on plant earth....Religion=Sampradaya. ...there are many sampradayas on this prithivi=earth; each started by different acharyas, messengers, prophets. Sapradayas have rules...Dharma is above sampradayas...that explains all humans are allowed to marry under the Dharma