Category Archives: The Newly Married Indian

Newly Married – Lost In London

How would you feel if your husband left you stranded alone on the roads of a new city and you did not know your way about?  Immediately after our wedding my husband and I settled in London, where he held … Continue reading

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Lovey Dovey

What is the first gift your fiancé gave you? Was it as unique as this? This is an old tale and took place in the 1970s. The setting is rural and the protagonist are my cousin and her then fiancé and now husband … Continue reading

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We Indians – In Love.

 A secret rendezvous gone awry. The couple is in a quandary. But then, all is well that ends well. Before marriage, when my husband and I were in love, we hid the fact from his parents. We were both colleagues … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian – After Marriage

Two amusing stories about Newly Married Indians Story 1: My daughter got married to an engineer working in the US. We lived in a small town in Tamil Nadu. A few days after the wedding we took my son-in-law and … Continue reading

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Second Wife

A good husband makes a good wife, even if she is his second wife. I was 26 years old when I got married. My husband was 52 at that time. That made him 26 years my senior. I was his … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian – Honeymoon Tumble

On the first day of their honeymoon, Chithra had a great fall and her husband made no efforts to put her together again. Pondicherry was the destination we drove to for our honeymoon. My husband had booked us into this … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian-Voice Your Love

Searching for groom is a daunting task for a girl’s parents. But when the ‘boy’ and ‘girl’  fall in love, without setting eyes on each other, it is a weight off their shoulders. Sheila shares her ‘bride-viewing’  story with us. … Continue reading

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