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Some of the smritis like Manu forbids marrying a girl who is not a virgin.

Is there such mention in Parasara smriti also?

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That's not true

From Parashara Smriti (28)

When her husband is missing, or is dead, or has renounced the world, or is impotent, or has been degraded by sin, — on any of the said five calamities befalling a woman, law has ordained another husband for her

Src : https://archive.org/stream/ParasharaSmriti/SriParasharaSmrithiPdf_djvu.txt

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  • This doesn't seem to address the question in the title "Do Parashara Smriti forbids marrying non-virgin girl?" – iruvar May 1 '20 at 22:41
  • @iruvar - If the text says that remarriage is possible then it means that non-virgins can get married – Carmen sandiego May 2 '20 at 2:42
  • OK. Does it have anything to say on non-virgins that have never been married previously? – iruvar May 2 '20 at 4:00
  • @iruvar - It cannot say otherwise the concept of kanina son would not exist – Carmen sandiego May 6 '20 at 16:06

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