Let us look into some ground realities about interracial relationships and what it takes to make them work
Our counselor tells what this gentleman should do since his girlfriend’s family has turned violent against an inter-caste marriage
The in-laws agreed to an inter-case marriage but they wouldn’t accept that the groom was younger to the bride by just 15 days
She is divorced and belongs to an upper caste and he is single and wants a future with her
She was underage and her family opposed her match. Could they beat the odds? The love story of Kannada actor Jaggesh and his wife Parimala Jaggesh.
I am engaged but attracted to someone else and that is creating a storm in my life. I belong to a very orthodox family. My sister and I are engaged to two brothers of the same family of our caste. We got engaged two years back. I tried to fall in love with that guy.
An interfaith marriage is still met with a lot of resistance in Indian society. Obviously, the biggest reason why arranged marriages are successful in India is religious and caste compatibility. The families meet only when the bride and the groom are of the same religion and caste. There are certain boxes that have to be
Ritesh and Sonia fell in love while they were both working for an MNC in Gurgaon. They didn’t realize it but over coffee breaks and office parties, they got closer and closer till they decided to get married. Hailing from a conservative Marwari family, Ritesh had to coax Sonia out of her shell till she
Picture the clichéd Bollywood romantic movie scene, where the star couple elopes at night, empty-handed from their respective homes and gets married in court the subsequent morning with all smiles and cheering friends. Is this possible in real life? Actually, unless you have applied 30 days prior to your intended date of court marriage, no
(Names changed to protect identities) Taking the leap of love to cross religious boundaries Dina was like every other nervous bride-to-be. After years of a will-they-won’t-they romance, the dream seemed within reach. But with the joy was mixed with questions – will she fit in the new culture? Will the family truly accept her? Will