Scheduled Castes are that part of Indian population which is considered to be untouchables or Dalits. Though these are the derogatory words used for them, they are being protected by Government of India with the formation of many rules. Still in India, though their economic status is rapidly changing, they face a difficulty in accomplishing their marriages. Their marriages are not accomplished by Brahmins. Mostly the village heads perform the marriage rituals. They are Hindus and come under the Vedic division of caste. Their marriage rituals differ from the other castes of Vedic stratification. They allow marriages among same gotras. They permit re-marriages within their family. SC brides can remarry to her husband's brother if she becomes a widow or any other problems related to adultery arise. They are quite liberal in their marital laws and if any of the partner notices adultery, he or she is free to leave the partner. They practice quite liberal marriage norms which may be forbidden in the upper Hindu castes. Before independence of India, they were working as laborers and agriculturists as they were known as the dalits. Now they are found in government and private sectors. They have also achieved higher strata in government jobs. They are found in every kind of professions in modern India. Now they are becoming highly educated and serving different sectors. They are free to choose their partners and they are following inter-caste marriages. In modern India, the educated Schedule castes are following all the Hindu rituals and modern ceremonial activities in their marriages. They are accomplishing their marriages with all the ceremonies like Sangeet, mehendi and a lavish dinner.