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It is entirely up to you where to marry. I assume it would be fairly straight forward for your Romanian girlfriend to obtain an Indian Visa or for you to obtain a Romanian Visa now and then travel to Romania, marry and then return to the UK as an EEA Family Member.
If you wish to discuss, please feel free to ask further questions.
Technically, if you were to both arrive at the airport with all of your documents, they should not refuse you entry as the family member of an EEA National. Although it is better to make an application. This could take up to 6 months or more.
If she is not working, that will not prevent her from entering the UK.
You can come along with her after your marriage provided you have all the necessary paperwork to show the immigration officer at the port or entry.
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