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Essays on Indian Marriage

  1. Indian Marriage Traditions: Not Your Typical Silver Screen Story
    married. Another difference between American and Indian culture is that more and more Americans and choosing to rebuff marriage all together, and simply stay in...
  2. Indian Marriage
    some of the blogs , and it got me thinking about My mother and my impending marriage. We all leave homes, our parents behind, our known safe haven in pursue of...
  3. Marriage: The Indian Way
    Marriages are the biggest form of celebration for any family in India. Indian marriages are known for its grandeur, celebration and naach/gaana. Feasts, shimmering...
  4. Indian Americans & Assimilation Into American Culture
    believe that we can insert the subject of marriage among Indian Americans. Traditionally Indian marriages are arranged. A prospective bride's father and family seek...
  5. Arranged Marriage
    inter-caste marriage is one of the principal reasons of familial rejection or anger with the marriage. The proof can be seen by the numerous Indian marriage websites...
  6. Indian Wedding
    to the bridegroom and the bride the sacramental character of an Indian marriage. He told them that marriages are settled in heaven but are performed on earth. The...
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  7. Indian Weddings
    by car to a reception.   (Transition: CONCLUSION I.           Summary A.   Most Indian marriages are arranged by family, relatives, or friends...
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  8. Hinduism
    These are some of the important rituals and customs that sum up the Indian marriage ceremony. A wedding is an important religious ceremony in the Hindu religion and...
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  9. Gandhi's Idea
    in South Africa, the government fulfilled many of Gandhis, including recognition of Indian marriages, and abolition of the poll tax. With his work in South Africa...
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  10. Marriage
    to two or more women. Anuloma marriage: It is a marriage under which a man can marry from ... themselves. Village Exogamy: Many Indian tribes like Naga,Garo,Munda...
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  11. Indian Culture
    who makes decisions and rules. Marriages in India are very different than what my culture, as an American, practices. Indian marriages are, most of the time...
  12. Effect Of Westanization On Indian Culture
    circle starting with the abolishing of child marriage due to western influence ,the current ... pre-existing into the Indian society. Indian society is getting advanced...
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  13. Arranged Marriages
    of conflict between Indias youth and arranged marriage, the first being a conflict between parent and child. In the Indian culture, it is the parents responsibility...
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  14. Are Indians Really Good At Crisis Management
    to the occasion to bring it all together.This is very similar to Indian marriage or teenage procrastination;action begins only when the deadline looms large,and the...
  15. Arranged Marriage And The Vanishing Roots
    or unfortunate demise for the era of arranged marriage has dawned on us. A generation of ... are Mexican, Chinese, Korean, and Indian whose children spoke both English...
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  16. Problems Of Indian Womens
    in college. Theirs was a love marriage. After marriage, the guy started to show ... bet many Indian girls are victims of this Problems faced by Indian women...
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  17. The Indian Culture
    and other benefits. Indian marriages are deemed almost necessary in the Indian society. Arranging a marriage is the responsibility of Indian parents and other...
  18. Indian Women Gaining Economic Independence
    is a total workaholic and I thought for my marriage to last I must do something. Working was ... man in the family. Is todays Indian man really ready to accept a working...
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  19. Communal Violence In Indian Society
    games with communalism for their selfish gains. Thousands have died, as Indians have fought Indians over the years. 4. There has been frequent breakdown in law...
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  20. Indian Women What a Pity
    still get to keep the money from his first marriage, giving his parents a very nice living. If a woman is widowed in Indian society she is expected to mourn for her...
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  21. Marriage Special
    Practical problems with the Special Marriages Coomi Kapoor has a column in today's Indian Express which draws on her experiences to highlight serious problems...
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  22. The Role Of Indian Women In Medieval Period
    feet The Indian woman's position in the society further deteriorated during the medieval period[5][10] when Sati among some communities, child marriages and a ban...
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  23. Indian Literature
    In fact, it paved the way for Anand Math (1884), Indians first political novel which gave the Indians their national anthem, Vande Mataram. Then came Manoj Basus...
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  24. The Life Of Indian Bride Is Always At The Tip Of Knife If She Fails To Meet The Rising Expectations Of The Groom...
    from a brides family. The process of marriage simply becomes dramatic from the ... gives birth to a male child. The life of Indian bride is always at the tip of...
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  25. Do Same Sex Marriages Have Any Future In India?
    controversial and its really tough to imagine the concept of same sex marriages in India. Indian people are urbanized but on the same hand are very much conservative...
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  26. Indian Lifestyle Vs. Colonial Lifestyle
    families and the women from the Indian tribes. In Womens Lives Among the Delaware, Heckewelder explains the Indian marriage to be a Male dominated one, much...
  27. Indian History And Geography
    time zone or time belt, use what is called S tandard Time . Thus we have the Greenwich Mean Time (G.M.T) and the Indian Standard Time (I.S.T). There are five tim...
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  28. What Are The Differences Between The Indian Religion And Catholicism?
    to make it on there own, they no longer needed Indian help. Then they began to try to change the ways of the Indian. One of the aspects that the settlers spent much...
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  29. Same-Sex Marriages
    sex marriages, according to our laws there is really no reason why the marriages shouldn’t take place. But I do think there should be limitations. Marriages of...
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  30. Indian Wedding Vs American Wedding
    are what captivate you at an Indian marriage. No Indian marriage is complete without hearty dancing. I remember in my marriage all members were actively involved in...