Articles Tagged with Marriage

Views on Hindu wedding ceremonies

Shilpa May 12, 2011

A new insight on the development of our culture and the emerging generations' views on Hindu wedding ceremonies. Are our Gujarati weddings heading towards a new approach? Gujarati wedding have now taken a new approach. Young people want their marriages to be performed in complete silence with a proper explanation in English from the priest, during the ceremony.

Young couples who get married according to the Gujarati ceremony with their partners of Hindu origin or of another denomination wish to understand their wedding ceremony. They feel that if they are asked to participate in a traditional Hindu wedding ceremony they deserve a full English explanation. Sometimes even their parents are not able to offer a reasonable explanation on the ceremony.

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In a relationship, married or not... YOU SHOULD READ THIS!

Sunny May 7, 2011

MARRIAGE When I got home that night as my wife served dinner, I held her hand and said, I've got something to tell you. She sat down and ate quietly. Again I observed the hurt in her eyes. Suddenly I didn't know how to open my mouth. But I had to let her know what I was thinking. I want a divorce. I raised the topic calmly. She didn't seem to be annoyed by my words, instead she asked me softly, why?

I avoided her question. This made her angry. She threw away the chopsticks and shouted at me, you are not a man! That night, we didn't talk to each other. She was weeping. I knew she wanted to find out what had happened to our marriage. But I could hardly give her a satisfactory answer; she had lost my heart to Jane. I didn't love her anymore.

I just pitied her! With a deep sense of guilt, I drafted a divorce agreement which stated that she could own our house, our car, and 30% stake of my company. She glanced at it and then tore it into pieces. The woman who had spent ten years of her life with me had become a stranger. I felt sorry for her wasted time, resources and energy but I could not take back what I had said for I loved Jane so dearly.

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Secret Lover behind Sania's Marriage Break up

Rekha Feb 18, 2010

Many say that the reason for Sania’s marriage break up with Sohrab is a hidden lover behind her. No one knows the truth in this grapevine but it is in wide spread across many groups. Although Sania said that she is giving priority to her sport than marriage, the scuttlebutt says that there are other reasons.

On whole, things cannot be revealed until she narrates her autobiography to us. Let us wait and see if she makes news with a celebrity shortly! Or else let us see if she reverts back to Sohrab! Who knows?? The lives and decisions of successful celebrities are always in their hands.

Marriage - Before & After

Sunny Feb 13, 2010

Before marriage.... .

He: Yes. At last. It was so hard to wait.
She: Do you want me to leave?
He: No! Don't even think about it.
She: Do you love me?
He: Of course! Over and over!
She: Have you ever cheated on me?
He: No! Why are you even asking?
She: Will you kiss me?

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Are you Married?

Shilpa Feb 7, 2010

Husband: Do you know the meaning of WIFE?
It means, Without Information, Fighting Every time!

Wife: No darling, it means, With Idiot For Ever


Wife: I wish I was a newspaper, So I'd be in your hands all day.

Husband: I too wish that you were a newspaper, So I could have a new one every day.


Doctor: Your husband needs rest and peace. Here are some sleeping Pills.

Wife: When must I give them to him?

Tips on Being Great Wife

Ragini Khanna Feb 3, 2010
  • Always expect the right to have an orgasm during sex. If he does, you can too! It's only fair - sex is something both of you do, so you both get to reap the rewards! Besides, many men find their wife's orgasm to be as emotionally rewarding as their own, many times more rewarding - it's not a competition!
  • Remember to take time for yourself as well!
  • Accept his faults, and embrace your own.
  • Do your share of the work, not just the housework.
  • Have a cheery disposition. No one wants to be around a crabby person.
  • Learn something new, and encourage him to learn it with you.
  • Work out financial plans together - maybe open a joint bank account or write your will together. If he won't do this, don't be afraid to save money for yourself. Do not rely on your husband to support you should he die or divorce you. Be a smart, modern woman, but a balanced wife in a good marriage does not "start saving for the divorce the day after your wedding" - if you expect to get divorced from day one, you probably will!
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How to Be a Great Wife?

Priyamani Feb 3, 2010


1. Enjoy pleasing him.Laughter keeps a marriage strong. Men like to be appreciated even after you've married them. To do so well, be a well-rounded, pleasing person yourself.
2. Have as your goal for each small interaction of your day, to leave him with a good feeling. Be supportive. Be nice. Be kind.
3. Listen to his day and share yours. Being married also means being intimate. Intimacy does not always have to include sex. Intimacy is listening to one another and feeling comfortable enough to tell one another anything.
4. Support him and try to understand his needs, a man likes nothing more than an understanding and an equally compromising wife.
5. Don't show him even the mildest forms of contempt. Contempt is poison in a relationship. It is fine to disagree with him, but do not take on an attitude of superiority, even subtly in passing, such as momentary smirking, sighs of disgust or eye-rolling.

Pranathi madly in love with Jr NTR

Shilpa Jan 30, 2010

Despite fast losing ground in the state politics because of his double standard on Telangana, Telugu Desam party president N Chandrababu Naidu is taking every care in not losing the grip over N T Rama Rao family.

The marriage proposal for Jr NTR was made by Naidu himself, so that the family would not slip out of his control in future even if the party plunges into doldrums. Naidu knows that there is a wide gap of 10 years in the ages of Lakshmi Pranathi and Jr NTR and yet, came out with the proposal only to ensure that the young hero would remain under his control.

The girl is said to be madly in love with Jr NTR and she had conveyed the same through her father Narne Srinivas, who happens to be husband of Naidu’s niece Mallika. Now that Jr NTR’s mother is being accepted as one of the family members of NTR, there was no objection to anybody. And Naidu saw it as an excellent opportunity to retain his hold on the family.

Spices up your love life .....!!

Sunny Jan 29, 2010

Trust, understanding, respect and bonding, what else couples can ask for in a healthy relationship to form the foundation for a lasting union.

But little do the couples know that even the most wonderful relationship can go for a toss if love starts fading away. In today's modern times with a hectic workflow to maintain, couples often take each other for granted. And very often, they fail to realise the importance of the little things in a relationship that add the much needed zing in their otherwise boring and dull relationship.

It could be something as simple as saying 'I love you' or wooing your mate with a surprise gift – all that matters is the urge to show that you care and love. These small love gestures might not seem too precious in a relationship, but they can leave your partner craving for more.

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Pyaar Impossible Movie Review

lovely Jan 28, 2010

In the film, Uday Chopra devices a computer software on which any operating system is compatible. The script that he writes is as much compatible with any operative feel-good film, frequently coming out from the Yash Raj banner. The geeky loser-in-love act that he attempts is not much different from what SRK did in bade bhaiya Aditya Chopra's Rab Ne Bana Di Jodi (though thankfully there isn't an image change).

Like most romantic comedies, the basic problem with Pyaar Impossible is that in the first ten minutes of the film you can predict the last ten minutes. Seven years since college, nerdy Abhay Sharma (Uday Chopra) is still in fancy-love with the campus beauty Alisha (Priyanka Chopra) whom he never dared to speak with. His software program is plagiarized by Varun (Dino Morea) who is now selling it to a Singapore company.

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Five Things Single Women Hate To Hear

samatha Jan 18, 2010

Five Things Single Women Hate To Hear

1) What’s Said: “Maybe you’re not trying hard enough.”

What’s Heard: “This can come off sounding like you’re passing judgment on effort,” says Anderson. “It’s better to encourage a single person to explore new relationships to the extent they are comfortable and to extend themselves in ways that feel natural and not forced.”

2) What’s Said: “Wear more makeup.”

What’s Heard: More than implying that the search for Mr. Right is as easy as brushing a spot of color onto the cheeks, this comment offends further by actually attacking a person’s core identity.

“A woman presents herself according to what she defines as meaningful. Whether her style is glamorous belle or au naturelle, every woman should be allowed to be herself. There’s a man out there who is going to be attracted to her style, whatever it is. If she’s presenting herself as anyone other than who she really is, that’s false advertising and that’s going to backfire.”

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10 Things You Should Never Say to Your Boyfriend

samatha Jan 18, 2010

1) "My ex did the exact same thing!"

Whether it's a desirable resemblance (they both always hold the door open) or a less desirable one (neither one showers often enough), your boyfriend never wants to hear that he's anything like your ex. Ever.

You don’t want him to feel like you're always comparing the two of them, do you? Think about it: Do you really want him to imagine that he does other things just like your ex? Doubtful. Plus, he might think you're still hung up on your former flame.

Either way, a comment like this won’t do much for his self-esteem. So the next time you experience boyfriend deja-vu, keep it to yourself.

2) "Helen's pregnant ... Shhhh"

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Wondefully described definitions

Sunny Jan 17, 2010

A pinch of tobacco rolled in paper with fire at one end and a fool at the other!

It's an agreement wherein a man loses his bachelor degree and a woman gains her master

An art of transmitting Information from the notes of the lecturer to the notes of students without passing through the minds of either

The confusion of one man multiplied by the number present


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Love means never having to say you're crazy

Sunny Jan 7, 2010

Love means never having to say you're crazy

Love is a risk because it presupposes connection.

It is impossible to love in a vacuum. Loving someone means being so closely connected to him or her that what happens to him or her, in one sense, happens to you too. If I really love someone, when he or she cries, I ought to taste salt. If two men are on either end of a boat and there is a leak at one end, the other fellow can't say, "Man, I'm glad that happened on your end of the boat, so I'm safe." People in boats together and people who love one another are connected.

Love is a risk because it presupposes vulnerability.

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Rakhi Sawant tries to be the 'Perfect Bride' once again!

lovely Dec 8, 2009

Where there is reality there is Rakhi Sawant. Apparently, Rakhi Sawant has been approached by STAR Plus for the finale. Though her role has not been finalized, it is surprising to see her on Perfect Bride when her own relationship status seems unclear.

The last time Rakhi was just a step away from being the perfect bride on another reality show, we wonder what help she can be to the would be brides on Star plus' Perfect Bride. With Rakhi's presence on the finale, the big question is will someone actually land up being the Perfect Bride or is this going to be another reality show on weddings where everything except the wedding takes place!

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