Posted: 27 January 2011 at 11:34am | IP Logged
I apologize for making you upset on this topic. I really did not intend to upset anyone, i simply stated my opinions.
I think it is kind of over the top to blame all the fault on the Gujj family. I know there are some people in the family that strongly dislike Mona for reasons we already know, but i believe Mona can change that dislike to love by proving she can be a good, responsible daughter-in-law. If they see Mona is responsible and really wants to be the daughter-in-law, then they wont have any reason to complain. but leaving the house without telling them, does not state responsibility.
I also believe this shows points out an important life value. I do believe it is importatn for indian girls to learn a little of what to do in the kitchen. I know real life situation where this one girl was wedded and she did not know how to do anything in the kitchen, then she brought her mother with her to help. Then when her mother passed away, the girl went through a lot of problems at home where she did not know how to cook. She and her husband went through a lot of problems, but slowly her learnt. I believe instead of having to face these problems, one should learn even a little bit on what goes on in the kitchen because it will only benefit them in the end. I dont think many modern mother-in-laws will be angry when their DIL doesnt know how to cook, but she will be impressed if she does. Also unless your super rich and can afford to eat out everyday, then learning how to cook can be handy.
Also i agree that guys should also know how to cook to help their wives. I have a younger brother, who I am currently teaching him how to cook and I know his wife would appreciate when she can help her in the kitchen.
Guys i dont mean to offend anyone. and i apologize if i said something wrong. but instead of attacking the Gujj family, one needs to notice the GOOD AND BAD OF BOTH FAMILIES. there are faults in both families and also good. One just needs to look at it in a different perspective.