Dating a man in an arranged marriage
Until the 18th century, arranged marriages were considered normal, with family members usually grandparents or parents setting up the arrangement. Some exceptions occurred in various cultures, such as the Gandharva marriages, but otherwise, it was an expectation to follow. Even through the s, arranged marriages were still prevalent in the United States. When countries increase their economic value, there is a trend of increasing individualism which rises too. Added social mobility combines with these factors to reduce the need for an arranged or placed marriage.
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As a teenager, true love seemed like an impossible dream, but I was determined to marry for love and not obligation. T his year, my husband Richard and I will have been married for 10 years. It may not sound all that long, but it feels quietly significant to me, this decade of us, not least because there was a time that I could not fathom a world in which we could ever be together at all. I grew up expecting to marry someone my parents chose for me: a suitable young man who would share my Pakistani family background, my cultural heritage and faith. It was what my cousins did and the daughters of our family friends did. It was the way things were. Still, though I knew it was expected of me, I began to long for more than a match made by my parents.
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Vikas, a year-old project manager for a utility company in Jalandhar, a city in the north Indian state of Punjab, had been looking for a same-sex romantic partner for several years with no luck. Following a number of failed attempts to meet someone through friends and data apps, Vikas decided last year to sign up with the Arranged Gay Marriage Bureau. After reading several reviews and articles about the India-based matchmaking service, which was founded in , he was hopeful that it could help him find a partner with whom he could settle down for the rest of his life.
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