Indian women have always been a symbol of prestige in the whole universe and world. But when it comes to true love my mind says that many falter to realize it and except a few most of the indian women tend to go with arranged marriages and some of those few may too have realized it later i.e say after their arranged marriage So what does an indian women do under these conditions to realize and search for her true love so that true happiness will be blissed on her Search consistently with a ray of hope that some day true love will shower on her through her arranged marriage or when she realizes who/what her true love is breaks the shackles which the indian society has built to find her way out to true happiness............................
Posted On : 1/25/2010 2:28:58 AM
Dipen Guha Reward Points : 51700 Member Since : Friday, December 25, 2009
Where loive is, life is. Naturally, one ought to go with love, if it is TRUE. True love knows no social barrier, nor it is cowed down to any taboo. It is simply a fallacy to segment nuptial fusion as love-marriage and arranged-marriage. The couple can be lovers by virtue of arranged marriage too. Many examples can be had from our great epics and myths. Now, from the Indian perspective, courtship during celebacy or pre-marriage state is, often, looked down upon, or simply looked upon as vice. But, this phenomenan has been in practice from time immemorable. Our literature is abound in with the specimans. Neither can we do away with the system of arranged-marriage, nor can we connive at the love fostered so ardently by the lovers. Hence, love should be translated into arranged marriage. If a woman is involved in true love, and not sheer infatuation, she should put her life into the matrix of her own choice. In some cases, this path is full of thorns. But she must tread along, and if situation demands, she should become verbal and vocal against adversities. She should never indulge in the notion that she is just a puppet in the system of rigid patriarchy. Every Individual holds the right to live the way she or he loves to. It will neither violate social norms, nor it tells upon the ethos of the Nation. On the other hand, if she continues loving one, and marries the other under the hoax of parental compulsion, it proves cowardice and anything but ethical. On the contrary, her conjugal life is sure to fall at stake, when the sealed-book becomes an open-book. One doubts, if there is any room in our Sastras, where there is gross pronouncement of arranged-marriage as compulsive. Hue and cry used to be the phenomenal incidents when initiatives were taken to eradicate Satee and introduction of the Widow Remarriage Act. One calls your love in question, when you love some X and marry some Y.
It totally depends on the culture the women brought up and the situation. Indian culture in general does not prefer Love marriages. It is now with the change of culture and some freedom to the girl child given some of the families are accepting Love marriages. Marriage in fact is the merger of relationship of two different families, it is not only the relationship of a Boy and a Girl. The future of this relationship depends 60 percent on these 2 guys and rest 40 percent on the families they are connected. For a successful relation ship we should learn how to respect each relation.
Posted On : 2/14/2010 7:27:09 AM
Maniam PS Reward Points : 273700 Member Since : Wednesday, March 18, 2009
What makes you think that with arranged marriage the women do not find true love ?