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Why you should know what to do if your spouse wants to wed you

In the modern Indian marriage system, couples are expected to wait for a “blessing” to be blessed by the Hindu god Shiva before they get married.

This ceremony is not compulsory in most Indian communities, and in the majority of cases, it’s done in private.

So why do so many people in India get married in private?

The answer is simple: because they don’t want to marry someone who’s too young.

Indian law doesn’t mandate that young people have to get married; a court ruling last year said that in a “traditional society,” marriage is a private event between a parent and child.

That means that it’s not up to the government to make sure that people are properly educated about marriage before they go through the ceremony.

But that doesn’t mean that there aren’t young people getting married in Indian families.

Indian couples are still marrying when they’re teenagers.

And the majority are marrying young, according to the National Sample Survey Organization, a survey by the Bureau of Statistics.

There are also many Indian women who are marrying after the age of 25.

So it’s unclear whether they’re just getting married out of necessity or because they feel pressured by their parents to do so.

There are a few other reasons why people get married later in life: to have more children, to give their kids more opportunities to learn English, or to get to know their partner more intimately.

But the biggest reason is that it makes it easier for them to make their own decisions about their marriage, says Shabana Rizvi, a sociologist at the University of California, Los Angeles, who has studied the wedding process.

“I think that’s why so many of these people end up marrying when the time comes,” she says.

“They want to take the risks.

But it’s also because they want a more secure marriage.”

Here are some tips to help make your marriage a lot more comfortable.