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Our wedding!!

The most in our life, the day we stepped into a new life of togetherness, the day we proved that our love is true..

When it comes to , in India people still prefers to have arranged marriage, still family and society will raise eyebrow by hearing . I think this is something that should be changed emoticon :smile:

Okay coming back to our story, three years of love and then we decided to get married but only with the blessings and permission of our parents. There comes the problem!!even if we are in same religion we are from different states, which means we have different language and culture. Yeah thanks to the cultural diversity in India!!

Convincing the parents was a great problem which took us almost 1.5 years! I can say that our life and love, both were taking a roller coaster ride at this time emoticon :smile: But together we survived, never let the other down! Finally after a lot of fight we successfully convinced our parents emoticon :smile:

And now here we are happily married for 3 years,parents of an adorable daughter! And more than that his parents loves me like their daughter and he is like the eldest son to my parents, just like we wanted them to emoticon :smile: emoticon :winking:

Image Credit » To me (Akhila)

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Javababe wrote on July 2, 2014, 9:27 PM

Your diverse culture there seems so interesting... here in the Philippines most of the people refer to Indians as Bombay.. I have been doing that before too until someone told me that not all Indians are Bombays...

Akshar wrote on July 2, 2014, 9:44 PM

Oh, is it! Bombay(Mumbai as we call it now) is just a metro city in India emoticon :smile:

AbbyBiha wrote on July 2, 2014, 11:27 PM

That is a wonderful story that you are able to overcome the odds. Cheers and wishing you a blissful marriage.

Akshar wrote on July 3, 2014, 12:22 AM

Thank you so much emoticon :smile: