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Another survey by IPSOS in 2013, revealed that 74% of young Indians, aged between 18-35 years said that they would rather let their parents choose their life partners, than choosing themselves.The success rates of these arranged marriages when compared to the figures concerning love marriages, we might just realize that sticking to traditions and listening to your parents is not always an uncool thing to do.Even love marriages and elopements were quite common.The couple in love will elope and undergo what is known as ‘Gandharva’ type of marriage.Hindus will marry Hindus, while Muslims will look for a match within the Muslim community and Christian families will prefer their children getting married to a Christian.This is probably to preserve the culture and heritage of their religion as customs and rituals vary greatly between religions.In case of royal families, parents arranged a Swayamvar, a ceremony where suitable matches from all over the country were invited.Thereafter, either these suitors had to prove their prowess to win over the girl, or the girl herself will choose one of them, by offering him a flower garland.

Process of Arranged Marriage Arranged marriages in India are long drawn out processes, where finalizing the perfect match may take months and even years.From around 500 BC, the Vedic Hindu culture gave rise to what we have come to known as Hinduism.The Manu Smriti, a religious discourse that outlined the do’s and don’ts for regarding duties, rights, laws, code of conduct, and virtues to be practiced by people practicing family life, if they want to lead a life of sanctified dharma.Are you looking for a successful sugar daddy or sugar baby?Connect with real sugar daddies and sugar babies here.

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