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Is LOVE can be converted into MARRIAGE........??

If yes,then plz tell me that

What was between "Romeo-Julout", Heer-Raanjha", "Radha-Krishna", Laila-Maznu",........?????

You are requested that Plz write an answer sincerely.

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Asked by Electricals, 02 Jan '08 05:43 pm
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All Love cannot be converted into marriage. For somebody, its considered just for
fun or hobby, not for marriage. Love has no bar on religion, caste, colour, money
and age, and its attitude mainly depends on the factors of one's beauty, character,
talents, family status, sex, diety etc. but its not always successful for a marriage.
Answered by Joseph Chacko, 03 Jan '08 10:07 am

 
  
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If minds and hearts match and if both of you can live for each other and trust each other and at times even head for a compromise then you may as well get married. When in love feel with your heart but think with your head. LOVE is too ecstatic a feelings to be missed in LIFE and gives one an ELECTRICAL shock that one cant bear to run away from. All da best for your LOVE LIFE in 2008 and beyond.
Answered by Saj Sierra, 02 Jan '08 08:22 pm

 
  
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Romeo-Julout, or Heer-Raanjha, Laila-Maznu etc. were human mortals controlled by the society and family and were stopped marrying each other.
But I don't understand why Krishna who is considered God by many (as a god is supposed to have all powers to fulfil his duties and as he loved Radha - it wa his duty to marry her) did not marry Radha.
May be some of my Hidnu freinds will be able to explain the reasons
why would Krishna NOT marry Radha?!?!
and married to some Rukmini ? and some Satyabhama?
Answered by PANIWALA A, 02 Jan '08 07:48 pm

 
  
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Nahi , kyoni shaadi sirf ek pavitra bandhan hai. aur zaroori nahi ki yeh bandhan achchhi tarah nibhaaya ja sake.
lekin pyaar ek atoot bandhan hota hai jo hamesha nibhaaya ja sakta hai,aur jo na kabhi tootataa hai aur na hi use koi tod sakta hai. isiliye kai baar, balki aksar do pyaar karne waale amar ho jaate hain. jaisa ki romeo-juliet, heer-ranjha aur radha-krishna ke saath hua tha.
Answered by nsp, 02 Jan '08 06:43 pm

 
  
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What histrory have shown totally different. why laila-majnu, heer ranjha and sheeri farhaad could not get their destination is very interesting. they were opposed by social elemnets. At that time it was considered bad but when we see the things now, its totally different. At this age we hardly see true loves and if there are any they certainly gets successful.
If they fail, it meena those were not true.
Yes a true love can be converted into a successful MARRIAGE.
Answered by ankit shivam, 03 Jan '08 09:00 am

 
  
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That all are the ideal loveres who don't belived to get .. they want to sacrifice their happiness for their loved ones
Answered by GOOD BOY, 02 Jan '08 05:46 pm

 
  
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No dear Every LOVE can not be converted into MARRIAGE.
Answered by Reena, 02 Jan '08 05:54 pm

 
  
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Yes love can be converted into marriage but not always, destiny too plays its role.
Anyway how this qn relates to ELECTRICALS ?
Answered by vidhi, 02 Jan '08 06:01 pm

 
  
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It depends on people
Answered by sonali T, 02 Jan '08 05:44 pm

 
  
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Yes, if its a true love
Answered by sudesh, 03 Jan '08 06:29 am

 
  
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