Things you will relate to if you have an Indian mother-in-law
Indian mothers-in-law are stricter than your maths teacher ever was at school. All of us who are unmarried are more scared of the prospective mother-in-law than the marriage itself. And from the ‘Saas-Bahu’ serials, all of us have learnt that our mothers-in-law are worse than Hitler and leave no stone unturned to make our life hell. Here are a few things we apprehend or might have already experienced if we have an Indian mother-in-law.
1. You cannot wear your favourite Western wear
Because jeans are an absolute no-no. So are tops and skirts. Too much skin is bad for the Indian society and so it is for the Indian mother-in-law. People might make lewd comments or your character assassination might happen anytime. After marriage, your dressing choices are bound by whatever she says, at least in front of her. So you reluctantly stack up your favourite pair of denims for that trip with your husband.