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    I need some advice please. I am getting married in May next year. We have booked the gurdwara and are now deciding on the reception. Initially I have always thought to myself I wouldn’t mind not having a reception, this is just because I don’t like too much fuss (and don’t understand why I would spend so much on feeding people I am not necessarily close with). But as the wedding talk has started, now I am getting excited and have thought actually I don’t want to miss out and regret not having a reception, instead we could have a smaller reception and invite close family and friends only. The problem is of course this is not just up to me and my fiancé, now two sets of parents are involved! My father is quite traditional, he straightaway said I am not doing a reception, we are providing nice lunch at the Gurdwara and the grooms side can do what they want. I thought it was unfair for him to write it off straight away but I do understand as traditionally the grooms side pay for the reception? Then my fiancé’s parents came over couple weekends ago and said they definitely want a reception and suggested we can go half and half, so instead of langar at the gurdwara we go straight to the venue for lunch. At that time my dad did not say anything, but since then we have been arguing at home about what to do. If we have a reception, I don’t want a lunchtime one as i think they are too rushed as the doli will need to be done after. But if we do a reception in the evening or next day, we will be paying for the lunch at gurdwara and paying towards the reception (i would help of course, not letting my dad pay for everything). Because of this me and my partner have been arguing so much as we haven’t come to a decision. He’s saying if we don’t want a reception, they will have one but we will only be able to bring limited people, which is fair but I wouldn’t be happy if my family can’t be there. The other option is no reception at all, lunch at the gurdwara from us and then the doli. I feel like I am being pulled in different directions, I want to ensure everyone is happy and my fiancé and I are happy too but this doesn’t seem to be happening at the moment. I don’t think I have ever been so stressed when this is meant to be a happy time! Any advice would be much appreciated.
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    https://www.indiatoday.in/india/story/watch-radhe-maa-donates-utensils-worth-rs-20-lakh-to-golden-temple-but-her-walk-will-charm-you-more-1197058-2018-03-24 Why are our people so stupid
  12. How common is it to break of an engagement? To cut a long story short. I am in India currently I rushed into a marriage. at the time I was 100% certain of the marriage. But looking back I did not take enough time when considering the marriage. I also did not even speak to the girl. Anyways I have found out she might have skin problem on her hands. What should I do. I am in the usual situation. Of letting everyone down again. If I break it off. But wont it be a bigger tging If I break it off after the marriage. I am being pressured into it. Help Currently I have gone through with the Shagun. The marriage is tommorow. All preparations are in place for the marriage tommorow. I made it quite clear I do not wanna go through. But was given the usual black mail treatment. Of making the girls side angry. And causing big problems. Ie I just feel it will better if I break it off now. As it will be 100 times worse if I break it off after the wedding. I am not sure how the engagement system worka out in india. I have heard some say that its common to break of the marriage after the engagment(shagun) if you find out that ypu dont like the family or if you find something out you dont like. Obviously being from the uk and marrying someone from I India. I have to be 100% sure. At the moment everyone seems so happy. I think the only way of dealing with this. Is doing a runner and not turning up at the marriage. I dont want to destroy this girls life. I mean its going cause problems for everyone if I break it off at this stage.
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