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What Is In A Name?

This young girl did not know whose name she was shouting out aloud in the  street. My mother was very young when she got engaged to my father, barely sixteen years old. At that time they were living in a … Continue reading

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Poetic Justice.

This fiancé’s poems were highly expressive. How did he come up with such a composition week after week? My parents fixed my wedding to a handsome young man. As was the custom in those days, we could not meet till after the … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian – Bride’s House

A delightful story of a shy bridegroom who is ragged by his sisters-in-law. In India, that is how a groom is welcomed into the family! My mother’s cousins and sisters were a boisterous lot. When my mother and father got … 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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Married Indian-Mind Your Language

On the morning after your wedding night, how embarrassing is it, when your bride’s sister does not understand what you are trying to say?  When I was in college, I opted for French as my second language. We were amused … Continue reading

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Newly Married Indian-Two Cool Honeymoon Stories.

Two cool Honeymoon Stories to make you laugh. A few day after our wedding we went on our honeymoon. We meaning, my two brothers , my cousin, my husband and I. We went to Kodai from Trinelvelli in an Ambassador … Continue reading

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Three Funny Wedding Night Stories

 Story No: 1 Old is Gold. A funny story about my grand parent’s wedding night, does the rounds in our family and raises many laughs. My grandfather and grandmother got married in the 1930s. My grand mother was 14 years … Continue reading

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