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In India, inter-community marriages are not that welcome. There are more than a million people who are into inter-community relationships but are scared of taking it to the next level. Not only there are several problems of falling in love and getting married, inter-community and inter-caste marriages are excess baggage one has to deal with in a relationship.
Couples who are in love with someone out of their community ponder over the future and how it will be once they are married. Moreover, answering those zillion questions by friends and family can take a toll on them. There are a list of things not to say to an inter-community couple in a relationship.
Boldsky has listed some of the things not to say to an inter-community couple. They say truth hurts, which is the main reason why these things are not to be said to an inter-community couple who are happy with each other.
Will Your Parents Agree?
This is one of the things not to say to an inter-community couple. Parents have evolved to accept and adapt the new generation. So, there is every chance that parents will accept.
Think About The Society
No matter what you do, whether good or bad, society will talk. One of the things not to say to an inter-community couple is telling them to go according to society.
Who Is Your God?
God is one! All kids are taught about this in school, so where is the question of asking an inter-community couple on who is their God.
Which Marriage Rituals You Follow?
Marriage is a bond where two people become one, no matter which way it is done. This is one of the things not to say to an inter-community couple when they are close to thinking of marriage.
What About Your Name?
Will you change your name to please your husband or in-laws? Your name is your identity and it is one of the things not to say to an inter-community couple.
Change Of Faith Post Wedlock
No matter which faith you belong to, there is only one God! Often inter-community couples are asked this question which is quite annoying.
Will You Be Able To Adjust?
Even in a same caste or community marriage, you will have to adjust to the new lifestyle. Therefore, there is not point asking this question to an inter-community couple.
Getting Used To Food Habits
One of the things not to say to an inter-community couple is - Will you get used to the food habits once you are married? Will you be able to make him the dishes that you do not eat?
Involved With New Customs
Every religion and caste has varied customs which can be quite confusing. One of the things not to say to an inter-community couple is how they will cope with the new customs.
Which Faith Your Child Will Follow?
Children are always involved when you are serious about your relationship. Parents often question their children on this before the couple goes into an inter-community marriage.