Swami Balendu writes about India’s metropolitan cities where one might think that modern life has reached people’s thoughts as well – but that is not the case yet!
Swami Balendu tells how a lot of moral values have their base in outdated, old traditions which are not valid anymore – which is why they should not dictate our behaviour or thoughts!
Swami Balendu writes about the pressure that Indian society, families and in-laws put on young married couples and especially women: you have to get a child as soon as possible!
Swami Balendu describes how arranged marriages in India sometimes look like a way to get more helping hands into the house. Read how he gets to this idea.
Swami Balendu explains why he doesn’t believe love will grow, if two people just spend enough time with each other.
Swami Balendu introduces a boy whose father drinks, whose sister got married when she was 15 and whose brother works with his 14 years to earn money for the family.
Swami Balendu answers the popular question of people unaccustomed to arranged marriages: what does the wedding couple feel?
Swami Balendu describes how especially westerners are always curious whether the Indian wedding they are at is arranged or a love marriage.
Swami Balendu introduces his readers to two children of his school. Their family is saving for only one goal: marrying their sister!
Swami Balendu puts up the question why Indians arrange marriage within the same subcaste even while there could be much happier and longer relationships with people of different cultures.