Originally Posted by roman
No offense to anyone and I really mean it. but I think this whole kone dekha system is very cheap. It's like going to a gorur haat and hand pick the best possible cow out there. And if you don't like what you see, you move on to the next one or you keep one in hand and continue exploring the market expecting something better will show up..No respect for woman there. Do we even try to understand what goes on in a girl's mind when she finds out that she has been rejected because the groom got someone better.?
Chok Chok korlei kintu shona hoy na shob shomoy
Plz no disrespect given. I'm not sure, but I guess girls wont feel hurt much other than a little dissapointment as long as this is about arranged marriage. Unless you have grown a sense of personality with maturity & educational qualities enough to take own decision, you wouldn't seek much from this type of relations. External visible qualities (beauty, money, fame, religion etc) gets more points here. There is allways easy pass & fail on these arrangements which is mostly directed & given by the mature party (bride/groom).
Still I'm big beleiver in arranged marriage, simply because in this way of marriage there is lot of sense of sacrifice & compromise exist, that tends mosts to change in positive manners.