Arranged Marriage

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  • Arranged Marriage And Arranged Marriage

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    believe that couples cannot love each other in an arrange marriage. However, I completely disagree with the idea. I feel people who arranged marriage they do fall in love it just takes time because they do not know each other. Just like in love marriage it takes people time to get married because they are unsure if they are ready or not. In love marriage, some people get married to each other after 10 years. I have seen many arrange marriage that had been successful and the couples are in love and

  • Arranged Marriage

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    I strongly disagree with the whole concept of arranged marriages. I believe all men and women should have the freedom to choose whom they marry, and it should not be left up to anyone but themselves. Whether it is relatives making previous plans, people getting in trouble with the law, or another reason that might be against a person’s own will, I see that as terribly wrong and against anything I’ve ever been taught. I think the emotional toll it can take on women is completely unfair, as they don’t

  • The Case Of Arranged Marriage And Arranged Marriage

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    Marriage, also called matrimony or wedlock, is defined in general as a social, and legal contract between two individuals that unites their lives legally, economically, and emotionally. There are several basic rules for a marriage to succeed, but the way those two persons decided to be bound by marriage defines the validity of those rules. The typical two ways a couple can end up marrying are, direct contact resulting in love, or arranged marriage. Our topic will shed light on the arranged marriage

  • Arranged Marriage: The Negative Effects Of Arranged Marriage

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    Marriage is a universal practice, marking the beginning of a relationship that allows individuals to establish families and a long-term relationship commitment. An arranged marriage is a marriage planned and agreed to by the families or guardians of the bride and groom, who have little or no say in the matters themselves. Most people fail to understand how arranged marriages can negatively affect families and the mindsets of those involved in the marriage. If arranged marriages were banned, people

  • Arranged Marriage

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    Arranged Marriage In general, arranged marriage has provided people fundamental principles about the importance of marriage and how a person can find happiness. Arranged marriage defines marriage between a man and a woman, which arranged by the couple 's parents and relatives based on family ties and traditions. Although marriage is described as the oldest and enduring human institution, the reasons for marrying have differed from culture to culture. In common circumstances, cultural, religious,

  • Arranged Marriages

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    perception that arranged marriages are forced, but it is proven to be one the most happiest and nearly all successful marriage. In America, many individuals are unfound of the thoughts of arranged marriage because the majority of the people think it is the parents who force their son or daughter to get to marry to a stranger. When in fact the guy and a girl has the full right to choose their own spouse. If one side denies the proposal the marriage cannot continue. love marriages are allowed is

  • Arranged Marriages

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    Arranged marriage is the union of a man and woman which is brought about by someone other than the bride and groom (“Arranged” 1). Recent research has shown that arranged marriages may have originated during the Vedic period of Indian history (Chettri 1). Although many arranged marriages generally rely on the consent of the bride and groom, in some cases, one or both of them is forced to marry without a choice and in others, they are too pressured to refuse (Reiss 1). Technically, arranged marriage

  • Arranged Marriages

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    Arranged Marriages We are all familiar with the story: boy meets girl, boy falls in love with girl, boy and girl get married. For the majority of the western world, this is our ideal image of a great beginning to a perfect marriage. But it is important to realize that while India is very modernized in some aspects, they still keep to the tradition of arranged marriages. Marriages formed out of love AKA "love marriages" do happen in India but it is not the norm. It is an accepted fact that

  • Arranged Marriages

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    Arranged Marriages What is an arranged marriage? Well in the Webster’s dictionary it is defined as a marriage where the marital partners are chosen by others based on considerations other than the pre-existing mutual attraction of the partners. This habit has been very common in noble families, especially in reigning ones, at the scope of combining and perhaps enforcing the respective strengths of originary families (and kingdoms) of the spouses. A relevant part of history has been influenced

  • Arranged Marriages

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    comes to mind when you hear the words arranged marriage? I am sure a happy, respectful, loving relationship was not what popped into your mind. Arrange marriages are a complex subject, and the concept is perceived as a human rights issue where individuals loose the right to freedom of choice. In saying that, my initial opinion of an arranged marriage was not held in high regard. However, after being introduced to someone who is in the process of an arranged marriage; and conducting my own research; my