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Weddings in India

Love Marriages

"Happy marriages begin when we marry the ones we love, and they blossom when we love the ones we marry." Tom Mullen.

Have you ever tried defining the relationship between love and marriage? If yes, then you would have realized that both are synonymous to each other. Love is a dream and marriage is just an extension of this dream to reality. When both dream and reality comes together, it is the best thing that can happen to a person. Love is the subtle emotional wave within us, which is perennial in this world of death and passing away. The feeling of love is inexplicable - we start feeling good about things, which we earlier overlooked. The company of the person we love can make the most mundane chores seem like an exciting job. So, love can be best defined, as a feeling of bliss and ecstasy.

In India, love marriages are becoming a popular trend these days. While traditionally arranged marriage was the only option girls and boys had, the scenario has changed considerably. Parents, today, have a broader perspective and are fully aware of the nuances of caste system, thanks to education. They have understood that it is mutual understanding and feeling of love that matters most in marriage and not the caste and status of the bride/groom. Marrying the person you love is just like taking a step ahead in life and strengthening the already strong relationship, with commitment and efforts. However, love marriages are restrained to the city culture and are not a part of rural India, wherein arranged marriages are still viewed as the right thing.

Pros & Cons Of Love Marriage
Everything has two sides, similarly love marriage too has its own set of pros and cons. Talking about the positive aspects of love marriage, the best thing about it is that you marry the person, whom you love and whom you want to get married to, unlike what happens in arranged marriages. Love marriage gives an individual a time of knowing the person, whom he/she have decided to spend the entire life with. Also, you get an opportunity of being just what you are, as your partner would love you the way you are. As a couple, you are well-aware of your differences as well as your strengths, which makes it easier, to strengthen the bond of love after marriage.

You should, however, realize that the success of any long term relationship is based on effort and hard work. Love marriage can be the best thing that can happen to anyone, if there is effort and commitment from both the sides, but if either of the two lacks this, it can be one of the most difficult of relationships to maintain. One of the biggest disadvantages of love marriage is expectations. Since the two know each other so well, there is definitely increased expectations after marriage and when, one of the two fails to reach up to the standard, arguments and tiffs are bound to occur.

Another drawback of love marriage is inability to adjust with the family members. Mostly, love marriage involve coming together of two culturally and socially different families. As such, there are bound to be adjustment issues. However, you should realize that every relation has certain demands and certain needs to be met if it is to thrive and endure. So if you want to make your love marriage a success, then it would be best to give your nuptial some more time and commitment. Once this is done, rest assured, you will see your marriage blooming!!


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