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Want to get Married? Call Dactyloscopist
Vishal Singh | 03 Feb 2011

According to a study done by the Crime Record Bureau of Haryana police, couples with similar fingerprints have better compatibility and they lead a better married life.

Marriage is considered to be a sanctified bond. The couples are believed to be chosen by god in the heaven itself. According to Hinduism, marriage between two persons is a sacred relationship that is not limited to this life alone. It extends across seven or more lives, during which the couple help each other to progress spiritually. The adage that marriages are made in heaven is very much true in case of Hinduism. Two souls come together and marry because their karmas are intertwined.

The marriage ceremony especially in case of Hindu weddings is an elaborate affair. Both the boy and the girl who are going to tie the knot have to follow intense rituals on and before the wedding take place.

All Hindu marriages are fixed according to an auspicious time in the future. Usually astrologists are called in to check the horoscopes of the prospective husband and wife. But, if we lay our faith in the latest study done by the Crime Record Bureau of Haryana Police then in future, we might need to call an expert dactyloscopist to examine the fingerprints of prospect bride and groom.

According to a study done by the Crime Record Bureau of Haryana police, couples with similar fingerprints have better compatibility and they lead a better married life.

The Fingerprint Bureau, a wing of the Haryana's State Crime Record Bureau at Madhuban in Karnal, analyzed 500 couples which were selected randomly from the state. The study revealed that couples with identical fingerprints enjoyed a happy married life and had better understanding and coordination. On the other hand, couples with contrasting patterns on the ridges of their fingers had a strained relationship.

Additional director general of police Layak Ram Dab says ''After analyzing the patterns of the ridges on fingers, we concluded that out of 500 couples, around 150 had a matching or closer pattern of ridges and they reported a happy married life.”

If such is the case, then future marriages would have be taken place in the chemical lab of dactyloscopist and instead of embrocate your hands with pristine water (this is traditional hindu ritual where the hands of bride and groom is sanctify by water) he will treat your hand with Ninhydrin and in place of asking you to take seven pheras (In traditional hindu rituals bride and grooms are ask to take seven round around the sacred fire) he will ask you to place your hands under his magnify glass so that he can verify whether you are compatible to marry with your wannabe.

Therefore, next time when you set to choose a perfect match for your marriage then please ensure to wash your hand with a stringent so that a neat and clean hand print can be traced out.