A bond. A companionship. A promise.
To every girl, sitting home brings a marriage proposal and to every boy, finding a job does the same. Especially, in our nation, India.
Matrimony is believed to have symphony with the phrase called ‘happily ever after’.
Although, it is a synonym for a multilevel commitment, from person to person, family to family, realtive to relative, circumstance to circumstance.
It comes with a clause to make selfless sacrifices for the sake of maintaining the view of a relatively permanent bond.
It is an institution most suited to rearing and socializing the next generation, a necessary task if the society itself is to be perpetuated.
However, the real necessities for matrimony are never understood. There’s a right time, right age and right person for everything.
But since matrimony is believed to have symphony with the phrase ‘happily ever after’, Indian families find it lucrative. And much to our amazement, rarely matrimony in India fails.
Two lifes entangle into one, sharing seasons in the sun.
New lives decorate their family, to continue the tradition of matrimony.
Amidst the sorrows and laughter, cooperating to live happily ever after.