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Premarital Honeymoon – Love, Life & Dilemma


The world sometimes goes reverse, takes various shapes, makes you laugh amid thunder and lightening. The vivid colours of life’s sky keeps mesmerizing you. Sometimes we think of love, sometimes we just move on without having any, sometimes there’s bliss without a valid recognition.

Everybody is chasing a mirage; everybody is sad and happy at the same time. There something missing always in their life. They keep whining for more. More money, more love and more life. That’s humane. Dreams keep pushing them to create castles of gold, dreams makes them think about their upcoming future. Premarital Honeymoon is becoming common nowadays. Everyone is trying to indulge, interact and live life before it gets too late.

From New York to London, Mumbai to Delhi, Canada to Australia – every city is coming under the grip of premarital harmony. The culture of live-in relationship is evolving. The tide is taking everyone into different direction. The institution of marriage looks like passé. The mingling rate is high but there are always exceptions. Everyone can’t be same. Some people vehemently believe in enjoying bliss after marriage. Is it bad to go on a premarital honeymoon? Well, I know couples who eat and sleep together. They lives happily but when it comes to marriage they just shrug off. They sometimes marry but most of the time they walk away. Yet, there are cases of successful relationships. The wind always speaks love before marriage they say while responsibilities make them quiver. They try to run away from their shadows. The cloud of confusions breaks down in their horizon. They need time they say with ease. It’s your life. You’ve a valid mind and beating heart that signals you every time you go wrong.

Premarital honeymoon is becoming a trend because most of the youngsters are living outside. They are getting wings to fly unlike yesteryears. They are flaunting their liberty with enormous grace. They are walking and talking under the moonlit sky. There are beautiful as well as sad love tales. There are stories of heartbreaks and withdrawal.

Premarital honeymoon may not be a good idea because it breaks the excitement. However if you tell these things now, people would just dump you. People just need instant gratification; they can’t wait for a second.

Our yesteryears were golden; we were innocent because we were kids. Now, we are little grown up, we are also taking up responsibilities but sometimes we fail. No one is perfect and I am not an exception. The only problem with our generation is that we can’t wait. We become restless, we need everything now. The more we whine for these things, the less we live. I am no philosopher, I am no saint, and I am just an avid fantasist who keeps deciphering things with open eyes. Is it really bad? I wonder…


11 comments:

  1. Your writings capture trends so very well that someone as lay as I am able to understand the nuances with extreme ease!

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  2. Oh! That's an honor. Thanks Rakesh :)

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  3. 'The only problem with our generation is that we can’t wait. We become restless, we need everything now.'..couldn't agree more on this but there are exceptions in this case too..some people are 'anachronous' and they generally look at the world with surprise since their values which are close to their heart are considered outdated by others!!
    A nice take on the topic.well done!

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  4. Very true Jaspreet :)

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  5. I wouldn't say this is a problem the world is facing, because I would be a hypocrite if I said that. I think the reason for this phenomenon is the increasing need to achieve success as soon as possible and the drive to succeed that young people have. Because of such anxiety, youngsters, like everyone else, need a human connection and the ones forged in a period of their lives when they barely have any time to start relationships involving marriage anytime soon (before they think of settling down, which generally everyone does). Friendship and 'premarital honeymoon' are what work. Because the latter provides carnal pleasures as well, it is here to stay, for good or bad.
    Nice post, Pallav. Intriguing, the way you've written it.

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  6. I dont think anything is wrong...because society on a whole evolves...if so many ppl are into it.,..that means they need it and its not just another trend....so may be its for the good...

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  7. You write sooo well!!! are you a writer by profession?

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  8. Well, pre-marital honeymoon is a trend or whatever, it is getting real here too. As you said, instant gratification is so much important for many.Some people just want to brag that, "yeah i've done it ", as if they have conquered something. Well, majority of these relations don't thrive for long.Once the excitement is over, they keep moving on. Well,gone are the days of blaming western influence. Now all we see in youth channels are free mingling and all kind of freaky stuff. So its just a part of this culture too, when many westerners wish to emulate our age old marriage values.

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  9. I don't see much wrong in living in, but are the Indian men really ready for it? is it not just fun with no strings attached with it. By the law is getting stringent on this and live in abuse has judicial recourse now. about premarital honeymoon, I think that's alright, if u have ur head and priorities clear.

    restless

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  10. its so true na.....we dont actually wana wait...

    nd the spice of getting married,first honeymoon ,first touch all become a bit tasteless...

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