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Posted: 01 June 2009 at 2:41pm | IP Logged
As seen in the first epi tht archu was rejected and looked down due to her low education, is education really important in today's world? what do u guys think..if you were in the boy's place would you have accepted archana or rejected her..

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Posted: 01 June 2009 at 6:12pm | IP Logged
i can't say............ because i'm a girl!!! LOL 
 
But jokes apart, i actually don't know, I'm from Canada and having been here so long education is something that is so common that i can't think about what it is like to not have the privalage............ Embarrassed
 
I'm sure if i had said no though, it would have been in a much nicer and much more sensible way instead of insulting!!!! Angry

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Posted: 01 June 2009 at 9:11pm | IP Logged
From a girl's practical perspective - I think it is PREFERRED but not a requirement.  The reason I say this is not for the reasons they depicted i nthe episode but rather because if you're married and happen to fall on hard times (note today's recession - at least in america), then the wife can go out and find work during hard times to help support the family.  It may not be the case for all couples, but between my hubby and I, we decided that I will work until we start a family then after the kids reach a certain age, I can decide whether i want to go back and work or not.  Basically, I think education this day and age provides a freedom to a couple where they can balance their life however they wish and can also be a setback should they need it. I do agree with the mom that being a housewife is not easy - I've learned it after getting married and boy was it a shock to realize how many little details I was not paying attention to.  My opinion - I'm in the middle. 

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@Sapna: Very nicely put!!!!

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Posted: 01 June 2009 at 10:40pm | IP Logged
I am strongly Pro education for girls. I think its mandatory. Not only it gives us girls a freedom to be upright on our feet but also it gives us the required boost in times of crisis like sapna stated. Especially in today's era where women have reached space, I feel every girl must be educated. Research have proved that education makes a good mother as well.
Though I totally disagree with the fact tht one should marry a girl just on the basis of her salary. Although it is not easy to be a housewife but I have seen many women who can handle both responsibilities( home/Kitchen and work) successful especially if you have a supportive partner.

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Posted: 02 June 2009 at 12:02am | IP Logged
still havent watched the epi but readin the update, all i can say is that edication is not a requiement for marriage, even uneducated people too get work somehow! it all depends on experience, when the person is well experienced, then education is not necessary

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Posted: 02 June 2009 at 12:10am | IP Logged
well education should not be the requirement for marriage but nowadays it seems like it is one, even parents want their daughters to get educated so that they can get educated and well learned husband, working to help the family is different..but working and neglecting the family is bad..we were shown the manju (archu's bhabhi) she worked only for herself, and didnt even pay attention to her daughter let alone in laws..in such cases i think the girl only remembers tht she has studied only to fulfill her career and achieve her dreams...

It is also a good thing that girls get educated and are helpful to their husbands and families...thn again education doesnt have same importance in everywhere..

I dont blame the groom side for wanting an educated daughter in law..but they shouldnt have compared her to a servant..

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Posted: 02 June 2009 at 12:15am | IP Logged
@Erum: Yeah that's basically what i said too!! You just used better and more sophisticated words!!! lol, i can understand if there standards require that for their son but that gave them NO right to insult Archu!!! Grrrr....

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