can both eldest child in the family get married?
For example the bride and groom are both the eldest child in their family.
Yes, they can do, but their effects will be the same like him/her would be the first in their family, often we think the relationship won't be that good, if it is elder vs younger will suit better etc., thats what we had been doing it so far, may be we don't want to take risk in marrying like you said, it seems.
but what if both the family accepts it bt as usuall our superstitious beliefs r blocking us??
Why the hell not? If they are a match and they want to get married I say go for it!
yes, they can as long they are mot blood related, example; cousins or family related. different surname would be better to avoid anything happen to their future children
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