The Mission advises its followers to observe maximum austerity in marriages and other social functions. Thus, it counsels them to avoid unnecessary show of dowry and other materialistic displays.
In these social functions the Mission asks its members to instead spare whatever they can, and utilize the saved resources for the common good of humanity.
Mass Marriages, where hundreds of couples may get married at the same time in a common, simple function, occur multiples times annually.
In addition to the aforementioned progressive policy, inter-caste marriages are also encouraged. In fact Nirankari's do not recognize caste in their social relations. Instead, what they value is spiritual enlightenment and devotion to Nirankar (God).