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Un arranged Marriage

Author: Bali Rai
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MANNY WANTS TO BE A FOOTBALLER. OR A POP STAR. OR WRITE A BESTSELLER. HE DOESN'T WANT TO GET MARRIED... 'Harry and Ranjit were waiting for me - waiting to take me to Derby, to a wedding. My wedding. A wedding that I hadn't asked for, that I didn't want. To a girl who I didn't know... If they had bothered to open their eyes, they would have seen me: seventeen, angry, upset but determined - determined to do my own thing, to choose my own path in life...' Set partly in the UK and partly in the Punjab region of India, this is a fresh, bitingly perceptive and totally up-to-the-minute look at one young man's fight to free himself from family expectations and to be himself, free to dance to his own tune.


The Arranged Marriage

Author: Emma Darcy
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Alex King is the eldest grandson of a prestigious family. It's his duty to expand the King empire—and he must also choose a bride and father a son! Gina Terlizzi already has a baby son—she's not looking for a husband! No matter how breathless the chemistry between them, she's simply a guest in Alex's home to attend a wedding—or is she the intended bride?


International Arranged Marriages

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Indian Arranged Marriages

Author: Tulika Jaiswal
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Despite the fact that more than 80% of cultures practice varying degrees of arranged marriage, scholars have thus far concentrated exclusively on American and European cultures from choice marriages, not yet fully exploring the psychology of arranged marriages. India is a prominent South Asian nation that continues to retain the historical tradition of arranged marriages in the 21st century. This book therefore provides a timely addition to marital research as it offers a comprehensive and systematic psychological examination on Indian arranged marriages. This book explores the role of individual, interactional, contextual, and cultural factors in predicting marital satisfaction in individuals who were in arranged marriages and living in India. The discussion is drawn from a survey collecting data from individuals married through the arranged marriage system in India. In light of this empirical study, the book considers the cross-cultural applicability of Western findings and proposes some key methodological and clinical considerations for examining marital relationships in Indian arranged marriages. Providing useful, much-needed scholarly insight on arranged marriages and widening the research conceptualization of marriage, this book will be of particular interest to scholars of Social Psychology, Sociology, Marital and Cross-cultural studies.


The arranged marriage

Author: Flora Kidd
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Arranged Marriage

Author: S.V. Raman
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Based on 5 years of research, containing many real life case studies and insights, this guide helps in selecting a compatible life partner through the arranged marriage system. It is intended for Parents as well as their Son/Daughter who are adults and in single status. It is easy to read, understand and put into practice. Complex problems, such as delays in selecting alliance, hurdles due to horoscope matching, cheating, incompatibility leading to increased divorces etc. are analysed and possible solutions are suggested. The structured and detailed steps from start of search to finalisation of a compatible alliance are certain to reduce time, effort and stress for Parents.


Arranged Marriage

Author: Chitra Divakaruni
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The possibility of change, of starting anew, in this stunning beautiful and poignant collection of short stories, is at once terrifying and filled with promise.For those Indian-born women living new lives in America, independence is a mixed blessing.It means walking the tightrope between old treasured beliefs and surprising newfound desires, and understanding the emotions which that conflict brings.Together these stories create a tapestry of existence as colourful, as delicate and as enduring as the finest silk sari.


Arranged Marriage

Author: Swarn Singh Bains
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The main topic of this book is arranged marriage. So it is self explanatory to indicate what this book is about. There is quite a bit of doubt and confusion in the west; how the people in India get married through arranged marriage system without seeing or knowing the spouse. The arranged marriage is a contract of co-existence for life signed in the presence of the guardians of faith, guardians and guarantors of contract and well wishers. We take marriage for granted without knowing the intricacies of married life. It is not so. To stay married is the highest priority of life. It is much higher than signing a contract to get a job and make money and even obeying the faith values, because the faith can be achieved through values and love of married life. In arranged marriage the necessities of life are taken into consideration not the enjoyment for a few days. It is a contract signed in good faith. The acceptance of the spouse is the most important factor for the marriage to last forever. This factor is drilled into the couple by the elders to realize the requirements of the spouse. Realizing and fulfilling those requirements makes the marriage last forever. There are some other short stories in the book. Most of those stories are true but some are imaginary as well. So read it and find out what the writer is trying to convey and justify.


Arranged Marriage

Author: P. Torres
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XIX century Most marriages in high society were arranged in order to benefit both families. Not taking into account the victims of this forced union. The chosen ones were forced to sacrifice themselves, giving up their dreams and their wills, to attend to the vagaries of their lineage. Not taking into account that the main element for this intimate construction would be left out. Because it does not matter or is not accepted by many who have never known it.


Forced Marriage

Author: Abu Sadik Maruf
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Forced marriage is a serious abuse of human rights that involves physical torture and/or emotional blackmail by family. It is not merely an issue in the UK. It is an international issue comes along with other problems such as ‘domestic violence’, ‘inequality’ and ‘poverty’. It can affect particular population globally and locally. In the UK, hundreds of people, particularly girls and young women are forced into marriage each year. Studies found that victims can be as young as 9 years old to older as 35 and over. South Asian communities are the largest ethnic minority group in the UK. In addition, there have historically been very articulate and powerful South Asian feminist groups that have challenged gender related issues within these communities, including forced marriage, honour related violence and dowry related violence (Caroll, 1998; Gangoli et al., 2006). As a result, there has been much focus on Pakistani, Bangladeshi and Indian communities and therefore a wider recognition of the issue of forced marriage. However, it is also important to recognise here that a wide range of other minority ethnic, religious as well as majority communities are also involved, including African, Middle Eastern, Latin American and Eastern Europeans (Chantler, Gangoli & Hester, 2009). This study addresses the international and cross-cultural dimensions of a social problem. It mainly focused on British Bangladeshi community to know the circumstances of forced marriage in general and then evaluated the existing social work services in the UK. The main interest of the study was in the statements of particular groups of people including their personal views, perceptions and experiences on forced marriage.


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