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I have listened to both of them true. but I want to know what the Hindu scriptures say about it.

Is there any scripture says that men are equivalent to god for women?

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Is there any scripture says that men and women are treated as equal?

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  • Unlike other religions, In Hinduism, we have male and female form of God which we all worship. So both man and woman are treated equal. There is a common saying, "Man and Woman are wheels of same vehicle, without either one, vehicle of life can't go along." :) – TheLittleNaruto Jan 10 '18 at 9:34
  • Please use search feature before asking the same questions over & over. There are a ton of questions on this topic already! – sv. Jan 10 '18 at 18:12
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Yes mr.polai your first question is simple for purans it could be found simply:—

Dharmic role of wife in marriage

from the same question answered by ricross :—

Your second question:—

A man, so long he does not take a wife, is but (a) half (incomplete) being. A half (thing) can not beget. A whole (thing) only can beget. This is the dictum of the S'ruti.

—Vyasa Smriti 2.14

And from my answer here:—

  1. In that family, where the husband is pleased with his wife and the wife with her husband, happiness will assuredly be lasting.

— Book3.60:manusmriti

  1. Women must be honoured and adorned by their fathers, brothers, husbands, and brothers-in-law, who desire (their own) welfare.

— Book3.55:manusmriti

  1. Where women are honoured, there the gods are pleased; but where they are not honoured, no sacred rite yields rewards.

— Book3.56:manusmriti

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