We live in India, a country where marriages are considered hallowed. It is said that they are made in heaven; well I think it’s just said. In Indian marriages the couple took a divine oath in presence of their respective deity to spend 7 lives together. But my question is that “is it of any worth in this briskly metamorphing society”.
India is developing swiftly not physically but also intellectually. The western enthused metro culture is magnetizing everyone. Changing life-partners is no more a novel thing. But the irony is that, it’s becoming a part of our transforming culture. In recent years, the cases of infidelity are booming, which eventually reaching their doom’s day. Now Marriage is not bigger than a joke, as the tradition of divorce and ditching is flourishing. Changing partners are becoming a way of life, and why not, everyone loves changes. A Change gives us renovation of thoughts and boost up our life for a short period of time. But same results may not be generated in case of changing partners. The one who were ditched has to suffer the miasma of emotions. Does this transgression of limits is allowable???? Well, certainly not.
I don’t understand why these people marry, if they can’t carry the burden and responsibilities of it. If they can’t remain stable with a person then, why marry anyone???? Live with a person till your comfort level is in equilibrium and as it got unhinged….change the partner. So, why fall in the quandary of marriage???? Live-in relationship is best way out for them. I am not exactly supporting live-in relationship, but I am suggesting them a way so, that the divinity and purity of marriage is preserved. Marriage is not a multiplayer game; it is a two player game and must be played with concentration and devotion. To remain in the game both the partners must have faith in each other till the end. If anyone cheated the game stops at that instance.
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