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Posted: 25 December 2009 at 11:01pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by -JONAKI-

When I will marry I will look for a person whom I can relate with .Not physically but mentally.I always beleive,"Great minds think alike."The idea Opposites attracts does not make any sence for me.I want a person who is like my mirror.To me religion is very important.It is attached closely with my life.So marrying a person of different religion will be going away from my life to me.So it is impossible for me to fall in love with a person who is highly different from me.

This is slightly away from the topic on hand, but relevant in someways.

Marriage is a relationship between two people, not about religion, nationality or anything else. But all these play a role. There has to be a balance of similarities and differences. People need to be opposing in some ways, have some different qualities, that way they contrast each other, they complete each other. They help each other view different perspectives in life that fulfills them. At the same time they should not be too different that there is no common ground. People need to have somethings in common to lay the foundation for marriage, and share life together.

Sometimes religion can be that common binding factor that lays a foundation, sometimes religion can be that opposing factor a different world view that shows people a new perspective on life. There is no right or wrong, depends on person to person.

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Posted: 14 February 2010 at 4:34pm | IP Logged
Originally posted by Believe

The Simple question is "Can you omit religon for Marriage/True love!"
In practical life...some people say, "I wouldn't marry anyone outside my own religion" .....some others says "Whats the big deal about Inter religion marriage. Two human beings are getting married - does it matter if they have different religious beliefs"  and some say"....its difficult to marry against parents/religion/soceity etc What people will say" .....where you stand! Your views and comments plz.

the answer to this question will differ from person to person..........there is no correct answer for this....I am already married but I know that I would never give up my religion for anybody/thing......I do not judge the person who does so but it is just not my cup of tea........I am a Hindu......and my religion is my identity..........i respect other religions.....I am tolerant towards other religions and I know that my religion has made me what I am ....

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Posted: 15 February 2010 at 6:07pm | IP Logged

In reponse to your question-NO. That is one thing I will never ever be willing to give up. It is something that is too close to me and means too much to me for me to give up. Caste/creed never has and never will matter to me or my family as long as there is no compromise when it comes to religion.




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Posted: 15 February 2010 at 7:05pm | IP Logged
I think we should set out objectives straght first. We should do what we think is right under the circumstances.
No matter what religion it does not matter. Marriage is for companionship.
I would prefer that we marry and still follow whatever religion we want. There is too much emphasis on religious distinctions.
Personally the more religions the better.
There are many things about most religions which I like and which I do not like. So there is no perfect religion because too much doctines and rules are mostly man made or no longer practicable due to the change.
Having said my piece I would not want to upset my parents no matter what. There are some idiots who even want their own parents to change religion.

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