Kabir Singh Bhandari’s refreshing male viewpoint on matrimonial pressure from society, and his reasons for resistance.
There is a tendency in India to judge single people. They are looked at with pity and sympathy because it is presumed that a life partner eluded them. But what people often don’t realize that many people in India are now single by choice and they just love their single life.
And this is all the truer because India has a growing population of single women. In the 2011 Census, it was seen that single women in the age group of 25-29 increased by 68 per cent between 2001 and 2011 in rural areas. The situation is the same in urban areas. There are 12.3 million single women who never married.
The stories in this section are helpful, humorous and motivating where single people share their experiences of living alone. They share the fun, fulfilment and at times loneliness and the judgment from a society that they have to face. Explore this section to know what single life is all about for Indian men and women.