{Bizarre and unscientific births in Hindu Scriptures}

Brahmā(god of creation) is said to have given birth to demons from his "buttocks". And those demons were very fond of sex.

Source: Srimad Bhagavatam, Canto 3, Chapter 20, verse 23.

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According to Hindu scriptures, drinking/swallowing semen can lead to pregnancy.

Source: Mahabharata, book 1, section 3.

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Another incident!

Source: Varaha Purana, Volume 1, Chapter 95, Verse 20-21.

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Semen of a sage fell/dropped into a watery area. A harlot(whore) drank that water and became pregnant. A similar incident happened with a female deer.

Source: Skanda Purana, Book 3, Section 3, Chapter 19, verse 64-65.

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A virgin, whose menses begin to appear while she is living with her father, and hasn’t been betrothed to a man is considered as a "degraded woman".

Source: Vishnu Smriti, Chapter 24, verse 41

A girl should be given off in marriage before she reaches the age of puberty. And he who neglects it — meaning her family, commits a sin.

Source: Gautama Dharmashastra, Chapter 18, verse 21.

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A person of thirty years of age should wed a girl of ten years of age called a Nagnika. Or, a person of one and twenty years of age should wed a girl of seven years of age.

Source: Mahabharata, Book 13, Chapter 44, verse 13.

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