Subcategory : Families
If a couple is expected to lead a peaceful family life post their marriage, the in-laws play a rather more crucial role in ensuring the same. Clashes, arguments, difference of opinions, combined with a pinch of love, a girl’s or a boy’s relationship with their in-laws can’t be put across words. The bittersweet bond they share sometimes is the most special one while the next moment, it can turn into the World War. Don’t you feel the same? Join this interest and share your views on various topics being discussed, common issues with in-laws and ways to deal with it.
I was just reading a survey, which stated that dowry remains the fundamental problem in India and it is absolutely true. But I think more than boy's parents and relatives, it's the girl's family that encourages dowry.Even if not asked for anything more »
Monika Rawal and commented on the blog
on Feb 14, 2014 , 11:02 am
Referring daughters as ‘paraya dhan’ (someone else’s assets) isn’t something new. Most of us have grown up hearing this from either our own parents or people in the society. They also say that after marriage, a mom-in-law can never take place of your own mother.Okay, so if daughters don’t belong to their own parents neither they would ever be fully accepted (read loved) by the in-laws, then who do Indians daughters belong to? What fate they come with into this world? I have asked this more »
I got married six months back. My husband and me have been living in Gurgaon. Since both of us are not from here, his parents don't stay with us. And to tell you the truth, I kind of like the arrangement. We get our privacy and can do our own thing more »