In this video this American scholar discusses the contemportary aspects of marraige. Though the logistics of the answer to the above question are in this video after navigating other aspects of muslims marrying a non muslim, the practicalities of facing this issue are challenging in real life for each individual.
The scholar presents real life sceanarios to discuss the practicalities that newly weds face as their marraige becomes a reality and they have to handle daily life.
Modern Pakistani weddings have copied a lot from the Hindu weddings without understanding the polytheistic nature of the rituals.
What should a girl know about the beliefs and vows of a Hindu marraige? Here are some pointers from Wikipedia:
As a condition for offering his daughter for marriage, the father (hindu) of the bride requests a promise from the groom for assisting the bride in realizing the three ends:
The maintenance of “caste rules” is a duty of the wife.
WHAT ARE CASTE RULES AND HOW ARE THEY RELATED TO DHARMA?:
DHARMA : Its most common meaning however pertains to two principal ideals: that social life should be structured through well-defined and well-regulated classes (varna) which is:
Varna refers to the main division of Hindu society into four social classes. This quadruple division is not to be confused with the much finer division of the contemporary caste system in India. The four varnas, or Chatur varna as they are mentioned in ancient texts, are as follows:
Pre wedding puja is done to Ganesh one of the Gods in Hinduism
Hindu nuptials ceremonies usually require a priest to make prayers to Lord Vishnu, who is the protector of all people and life.
However the prayers and vows of the couple are made to the FIRE.