Groups’ marriage is otherwise known as ‘Cenogamy’. It is that type of marriage in which a group of men marry a group of women. Here, the husbands are common husbands and wives are common wives. That means each man of male group is considered to be the husband of every woman of female group. Some sociologists and Anthropologists treat group marriage is the combination of monogamy, polyandry and polygyny with the practice of concubine, sexual hospitality or socially tolerated adultery. This type of marriage is not found. However, Group marriage was found among some Australian tribes, the Chukchi and Marquesas’.