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Does Love marriage score over the Arranged Marriage???

Tags: love, relationships, education
Asked by cyrus irani, 09 Mar '10 03:03 pm
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In India, matrimony is one of the most sacred rituals and thus upholds great relevance among Indian populace. Arranged weddings consequently enjoy a clear edge over the love ones as most parents think that only they are competent in finding out the most suitable match for their beloved sons or daughters. Though with the passage of time, many parents have accepted the concept of love marriage and have even started giving the full liberty to their children for choosing the most suitable life partner, love marriages still have a long way to go. Love marriages are still not accepted with open arms in most of the small cities and towns. However, lots of youngsters are happily giving preference to love matrimonies these days...!
Answered by Dil Se, 09 Mar '10 03:08 pm

 
  
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No not seen most of the cases are that love marriages have to suffer a lot
Answered by Anis Patel, 09 Mar '10 03:05 pm

 
  
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Nothing like that
its how far and long lasting it is depends on that
Answered by gopi kishan, 09 Mar '10 03:05 pm

 
  
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Yes as both couples know eaach others bad habbits
Answered by uni, 09 Mar '10 03:05 pm

 
  
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