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Their arranged marriage blossomed into true love

Arranged marriage blossoms into true love

(CNN) - My parents, Shanthi and C. S. Seshadri, met only twice before their wedding 30 years ago in southern India. "Met" is a stretch. My father was 32. My mother was 21 and had no say in the pairing. It was a shock to her when the man who ... Channel4000, 1 month ago
Genetics prefers arranged marriages Times of India, 2 weeks ago
Northern Territory News

Cheeky matrimonial CV goes viral but whats marriage material anyway

Indhuja Pillai (IP) is internet's newest viral darling. The Bengaluru techie's become a poster girl for hundreds of Indian women who yearn to rebel against (arranged) marriage. She posted a matrimonial ad-- which has gone viral and raked in ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago Woman's brilliantly honest marriage CV weeks ago
Irish Examiner

A woman posted her 'wedding CV' online to rebel against arranged marriage and it's hilarious

She described herself as dorky and definitely not marriage material. When 23-year-old Indhuja Pillai found out that her parents were going to find her future husband through matrimonial websites, she decided to create her own tongue-and-cheek ...
 Irish Examiner3 weeks ago No marriage material: Woman's rebellious matrimonial CV goes viral  India Today3 weeks ago
Deccan Chronicle

Ex-Ukrainian footballer's 'remarriage' in Indian style

Inspired by the Indian philosophy, Ukrainian footballer Vitaliy Reva arranged his 'remarriage' with his wife Elena in the temple town of Udupi near here in accordance with Hindu customs and traditions. Reva, retired goal keeper of Ukraine ...
 The Echo Of India2 months ago Retired Ukraine footballer Reva remarries in India  Deccan Chronicle2 months ago Former Ukrainian footballer Vitaliy Reva remarries wife in Indian tradition  Economic Times2 months ago Former Ukrainian Footballer Remarries Wife in Indian Tradition  Outlook India2 months ago

29 Things You Can Do In India But Not Abroad

We often see people cribbing about the amount of things they can do abroad and why they love heading overseas. By abroad, we mean the Indian obsession with the US and the UK. But hey, there are tons of things we Indians can do in India without ...
 Indiatimes4 days ago

Dating Apps in India - Swipe Right to Find True Love?

There are no "dating sites" in India - at least not if you talk to people like Sumesh Menon, the founder of Woo, or Nitin Gupta, who heads Vee, or Rahul Kumar, who is behind Truly Madly. All of these sites position themselves as modern matchmaking ...
 NDTV6 days ago Finding funny: How India never laughs at real taboos  Hindustan Times1 month ago 18 People In India Explain What Love Means To Them  BuzzFeed1 month ago

The lavish lifestyle of India's royalty

India's royalty lost their official powers when the nation gained independence in 1947 but the modern-day maharajas are still wealthy and influential - what's more they still know how to arrange a lavish, fairytale wedding. "One doesn't bother ...
 BBC3 weeks ago

The Queen Who Was Once Just a Lost Little Girl in a Beige Cardigan

It is hardly if ever a woman's day on Indian cinema's box office but once in a while, arrives a queen to rule it. Queen has now been documented as a bonafide feminist statement and a commercial success but on the surface, it never appeared to be ...
 New Indian Express3 weeks ago

Many gods, many voices: the Murty Classical Library is uncovering India's dazzling literary history

Classical Indian literary tradition is dizzyingly multicultural and multilingual. The vastness of the subcontinent and the number of peoples and languages it contains ensured this plurality. Administratively,too, a state of multum in parvo ...
 New Statesman3 weeks ago

Dum Laga Ke Haisha: A feminist fable about weight of aspirational manhood

There is a scene in Dum Laga Ke Haisha where the newly married Prem Prakash Tiwari (Ayushmann Khurrana) is shown standing on the street staring, with obvious yearning, at a group of white female tourists—common enough sight in Haridwar, where the ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago
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