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Post marriage, girls want to pursue their passion: study

Mar 07, 2018

Girls need support, not permission from their families, says a new study by a matrimonial website.

Chennai: On the occasion of Women’s Day, a social media study ‘Understanding Brides To Be,’ conducted by online matchmaking brand BharatMatrimony, endeavoured to understand what girls want the would-be grooms to know about them, when it comes to marriage.

The study witnessed over 890 responses. Ten questions were posed to girls including, “What does a soon-to-be bride mean when she says she wants respect, more than attention?”, “Why girls would like to have kids a few years after marriage” and “Why post marriage, girls need support, not permission.”

The study reveals that girls expect that their views be respected when it comes to taking decisions. “Girls want the groom and family to accept them with all their imperfections and not judge them,” the study found.

According to the study a good career helps girls to feel empowered and enables them to share family responsibilities better. “Being independent, for girls, means the ability to face challenges. 100% respondents felt that marriage should not hinder girls from pursuing their passion,” the study says.

The study states that supporting parents is a way of expressing girl’s gratitude for their sacrifices in making her the person she is. “Girls would like to have kids after understanding their partner well and achieving financial stability. After marriage, girls want support to pursue their passion, but not permission,” the study reveals.

According to the study, girls respect men who share household chores and say they also go to work to share responsibilities. “Girls want the groom and family to understand her just like how she makes an effort to know them,” the study says.

Through each social campaign, BharatMatrimony strives to understand the challenges, aspirations and expectations of singles while finding a life partner. It provides a platform for conversations around the challenges.

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