Marriage is termed as a legal union between a man and a woman. There still exist in some parts of the world that classifies marriages into two different categories as “Arranged Marriages” and “Love Marriages”. Traditionally, arranged marriages represent the majority of the total number of marriages in past generations. If you ask your past generation couples about their type of marriage, most of our ancestors say that, obviously, it is an arranged marriage and also they got married at an earlier age. So, we have compared the mindset of youth regarding the marriages since past decades till now.
In the Western countries, many couples meet, find themselves attracted to each other, decide to date each other exclusively, engage in sexual activity, decide to form a permanent relationship, and move in together, and perhaps marry (not necessarily in that order). In the majority of cases, the couples are of opposite genders. However, a small but growing percentage of couples who wish to marry are of the same gender.
In India most of the marriages are arranged earlier. But now, due to the impact of western tradition almost all the marriages are love marriages. Only a very few accepts for arranged marriage that too after few love attempts and failures.
In 1950’s: Parents used to fix the matches without the knowledge of their children and finally decides to do marriage even without allowing them to see their faces. They used to agree for those marriages without arguing with the parents.
In 1970’s: Here parents used to fix the marriage and then show the photo. Although he/she didn’t like them they used to agree for the marriage because of the parent’s force.
In 1990’s: During that decade, parents used to ask children about their marriage. Here, the culture of love marriages have started and they used to say about the love matter to their parents. Children used to give more value to the words of parents and if they did not accept their love, then they used to break up.
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In 2000: Children didn’t even care about parent’s acceptance. They used to say the love matter and if parents did not accepted also they used to marry.
In 2010: Parents are very much worried about the marriage but here the children did not want to marry as he was in leaving relationship.
In 2015: Here children asks to do marriage but the parents were confused to do marry with same gender or different and asks this for their children.
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