No human being is perfect, every person in this world has multiple flaws in their character, even you and you cannot deny this fact. Therefore, it means that the person you are married to isn't perfect either, and they have their own sets of flaws. So, what do you do when you come across a flaw in your spouse? Do yo
Your education might have prepared you for a lot of things that you may have to face in life from getting a job to building a career and even performing first aid, but what school cannot teach is the reality behind a matrimony. You will never realize what marriage is unless you get into one, and by the time you
A matrimony is much more than the uttering of a few vows or putting a ring on your fingers or tying a Mangalsutra around the bride’s neck. All those are just rituals, and just because you perform the rituals in the right manner does not mean that you are going to have a happy marriage. Indian Brides and Grooms go
The common notion of a dream man is someone with a fully ripped six packs body, a Greek God like face, a deep voice, etc. And that is how all men want to be because they think this is what women want. The question to be asked is, “Is that really what women look for in an Indian Groom?” The honest answer would be no.
In India, marriage is not just a bond between the couple but the entire families. Especially in the context of women, they are supposed to build a strong bond with in-laws even if it calls for going an extra mile to please them; though men are still relieved from such expectations. Not to mention, a good bond or