This thesis concerns interfaith couples in India. It looks at their handling of their ritual/religious lives. Despite the differences that may emerge in interfaith marriages, this study tries to explain how interfaith couples create a common religious, spiritual and/or ritual platform in order to maintain their marriages. Ritual practices, festivals, God-belief, religious authorities, families, and gurus and saints are central topics showing their ritual engagement in their day-to-day lives. With a pressure from family and relatives, couples presented in this thesis, mainly discard the orthodoxy and rather share a mutual religious ground of inclusiveness to make their marriages work. The aim of the thesis is to show that the interfaith couples’ capability to maintain an interfaith dialogue is greater than previously understood.