Matrimony

Subcategory : Marriage
Marriages are made in heaven and celebrated on Earth. Whether the old famous saying still holds any relevance or not, it’s tough to say. While marriage is a ceremony, matrimony refers more to the relationship between husband and wife. It also includes a whole long process that goes behind in making it happen the right way such as choosing the right bride or groom, meeting of families, making arrangements et al. Follow this interest to read and share tips on how to enjoy matrimony till eternity.
Prasanna Kumar
Prasanna Kumar and 3 more commented on the discussion by Monika Rawal
9 hrs ago
Monika Rawal - What do Indian men want in a wife?
Some say good looks, some say brains, some want a nice figure and others look for a girl with a great job! And wait, some even want their wives to be a gadget freak or maybe the best cook in the kitchen. Well, clearly Indian men can't just figure more »
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Mera Desh
Mera Desh and commented on the blog by Harpreet Kaur
on Apr 23, 2014 , 05:14 pm
Harpreet Kaur - Five people you meet at every wedding
Weddings bring two people together for life and they also bring two families closer. So they say technically when a couple gets married they don’t just get married to each other but they also get married to their respective families. There are a certain section of these relatives and friends that you don’t want to invite but have to out of social obligations. From creepy old uncles to desperate bachelors, you will find that at every wedding you will come across similar cha more »
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Kamov Mov
Kamov Mov commented on the blog by Monika Rawal
on Apr 23, 2014 , 02:19 pm
Monika Rawal - Why most arranged marriage fail in India!
They say marriages are made in heaven and celebrated on earth. Though I wonder how a few-minutes-long meeting can set rules for a lifelong relationship. The arrange marriage syndrome, which is highly popular in India seems to have gripped so much so among middle and upper class families that people actually turn to some really bizarre options to find the so called ‘perfect match’.My friends often laugh out when I tell them that parents looking for prospective partners for their daughters and more »
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Monika Rawal
Monika Rawal commented on the blog
on Apr 22, 2014 , 09:28 pm
Monika Rawal - Change your backward mentality before marriage!
If you are born in India, getting married is a like a given and rarely are the chances that you can escape this. Having said so, marriage seems to have become a task for many, especially with the kind of extensive checklist and prerequisites people have in their minds, it definitely seems to be a transaction more than forming a lifelong bond. But I wonder do these immaterial (or materialistic) things really matter? More so, when people know that most of these things are momentary and would more »
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Manish K
Manish K and commented on the discussion by Nupur Tripathy
on Apr 22, 2014 , 12:35 am
Nupur Tripathy - Kundli match no guarantee for happy marriage
I have been married for two years and I have been having numerous problems in my marriage. When our match was made our kundlis had 33 gunn matching. Everyone though we were the perfect pair as per our kundlis. Yet our marriage is troubled and my more »
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Benode Behari Sar
Benode Behari Sar and 4 more commented on the discussion by Payal Lalwani
on Apr 14, 2014 , 06:01 pm
Payal Lalwani - Marriage called off due to Manglik dosha!
I was dating a guy for last 5 years and we both wanted to get married. Even our parents agreed and thankfully both families do not believe in horoscope matching. Just a day before our engagement, my boyfriend's grandmom came over from Kanpur and more »
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