Karnataka Taali Bhagya Scheme 2019-20: The State Govt of Karnataka has launched Taali Bhagya Yojana to bear increasing the cost of wedding expenses to help poor Hindu families. This scheme is a sequel of sorts of former CM Siddaramaiah’s Shaadi Bhagya Scheme which is a flagship scheme for minorities. Mass marriages will be held on auspicious days of 26 April & 24 May next year. These marriages would be organized in selected temples that fall under the Muzrai Department.
All the temples will spend Rs 55,000 per couple including an 8-gram gold Taali (Mangalasutra) worth Rs 40,000. Under Karnataka Taali Bhagya Scheme, Rs 5,000 will be given to the groom and Rs 10,000 for the bride for clothing and other wedding experience. The cash will be deposited in the Taali Bhagya beneficiary’s bank accounts just after the wedding. In this article, we’re providing you the complete details of Karnataka Govt Taali Bhagya Yojana.
Karnataka Taali Bhagya Scheme Details
The Karnataka government has launched the Taali Bhagya Yojana to provide money for traditional wedding attire. Previously, the Shaadi Bhagya Scheme was limited to BPL families.
- However, the Taali Bhagya Scheme has no income limit.
- Mass marriages are going to held on 90 to 100 select A category temples which have a good income and good resources.
- This includes Kukke Subramanya and Chamundeshwari temples.
- All the couples who want to marry under Taali Bhagya Yojana under the Hindu Marriage Act can register their names with the department before 30 days of marriage.
Karnataka State Govt will release the Taali Bhagya List of Beneficiaries which include the names of couples who will get married. All the objections pertaining to scheme implementation would be invited to ensure that the scheme is not misused.
Taali Bhagya Scheme for Poor Hindu Girls Marriage-
Mangalasutra (Taali) is going to be procured in a transparent manner and District Deputy Commissioners will be responsible for their distribution. The dept will invite applications from 1,000 couples who want to get married statewide. To avail of the benefits of the Taali Bhagya Yojana, it is compulsory for parents of the bride and groom to remain present at the wedding. This is a mandatory condition to be fulfilled to ensure that there are no runaway couples.
The state govt has considered conditions in setting date and those getting married can opt for either date. Previously, Chief Minister Ramakrishna Hegde has announced a similar scheme in the year 1983-84 for poor and BPL families. Karnataka government had given 10-gram Taali while hosting mass marriages.
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