For the love of arranged marriages
The young today want to have the wedding cake and eat it too. They want to opt for love marriage but with the horoscopes matched. The trend ‘arranged love match’ is fast catching up with
and Anand had been dating for the
last few months. They liked each other and thought they had a
future together. Their parents had met and had approved of each
other’s family. However, there was a small hitch. The family
priest of Sheila did not approve the match as he felt that Anand’s
stars would not ensure a trouble-free life for them. So they
decided to call the relationship off.
match-making methods are being replaced by more friendly and innovative
spouses off the shelf
Papri Sri Raman
the swayamvar back in
India, where the tradition of a bride-to-be choosing her groom began
thousands of years ago and is recorded in the great epics? Perhaps.
the ramp for a mate
brides and grooms from the Kesri sect walked the ramp in Varanasi
as suitors. They said the occasion provided them the scope to do away
with the dowry system.
researchers have developed a
brain driven computer game that doesn’t require hands to perform
actions. The unit includes a sensor-studded helmet, which allows the
wearer to perform actions like opening doors and picking up objects
using only the brain.
names for cars
Pet names purportedly increase
the bonding between friends, and give a sense of intimacy to
relationships, but did you know that the same applied to you and your
car? According to a survey by internet insurer esure.com, more than one
out of every five people, have pet names for their cars.