Karnataka Brahmin marriage schemes: Rs 25,000 bond for marrying poor brides, Rs three lakh for poor monks


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Karnataka Brahmin marriage schemes (Representational Picture) 

Karnataka State Brahmin Growth Board to launch two marriage schemes for the welfare of poor Brahmin households, who’re going through problem in getting marriage alliances attributable to their economical background. The board will introduce schemes – Arundhati and Maitreyi, on a pilot foundation providing monetary bonds to those that will marry poor monks and poor brahmin brides. 

The board has just lately acquired approval from the authorities to launch the scheme and it has put aside funds to supply individuals coming ahead for collaborating within the scheme. 

Board chairman H S Sachidananda Murthy, who can also be a BJP chief, stated, “We’re within the technique of chalking out the procedures to avail these funds. That is a part of our efforts to help weaker sections of the group.”

Beneath the Maitreyi scheme, monetary bonds of Rs three lakh will probably be provided to 25 Brahmin girls who marry monks from the economically weak background. Whereas below the Arundhati scheme, Rs 25,000 every will probably be provided for the wedding of 550 girls from economically weak households from the group.

Board chairman Murthy knowledgeable that the Maitreyi scheme would require the couples to remain married for 3 years to avail the whole bond of Rs three lakh. Installments of Rs 1 lakh will probably be paid on the finish of every 12 months of the wedding. 

Round three % of the six crore inhabitants in Karnataka belongs to the Brahmin group. The scheme covers solely brahmin monks and brides who belong to economically weak households. 

Initially, the board had deliberate to cowl BPL Brahmin farmers or cooks or monks Maitreyi scheme however later they discovered that monks had been economically very weak. Later, it determined to start out the scheme with monks first. 

The Arundhati and Maitreyi monetary help schemes for marriages are among the many social schemes that the Brahmin Growth Board has provide you with for utilisation of Rs 25 crore of price range funds allotted to it when it was introduced by the then State Chief Minister H D Kumaraswamy in 2018-19. The board was created when the BJP authorities headed by BS Yediyurappa got here to energy in 2019. Murthy was appointed as its first chairman of the board.

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