And from what I understand the arranged marriages have a much lower divorce rate than “love” marriages.
My only doubt with all of this is if people are genuinely happy, which is why they stay in their marriages or if there would be such a stigma placed on the family by the shame of divorce that this alone inspires people to stay married even when they are not happy.
It was my very first blog, the country’s very 1st luxury travel blog.
When I first arrived and started to learn more about arranged marriages I was fascinated.
I find it so interesting that there are still chaperones to accompany young people on dates today.
The first time I saw this “live” was at the park here in front of my flat.
A young lad, swimming through his early twenties, aided by the choicest expletives and filter coffee, explores the world of Tinder and online dating, in an attempt to meet people and open up the Pandora’s box that is the world of Indian online dating.
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