BharatMatrimony Search
FemaleMale
Age   to 
With Photo
   Regular Search
   More Search Options






Pages (6): « First ... « 1 2 3 [4] 5 6 »

Archive for November, 2007



One precious moment in time


8 Votes | Average: 4.88 out of 58 Votes | Average: 4.88 out of 58 Votes | Average: 4.88 out of 58 Votes | Average: 4.88 out of 58 Votes | Average: 4.88 out of 5 (8 votes, average: 4.88 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

Flowering AnthuriumsIt was just another of those rushed mornings and Rita was as usual torn between the two household helpers, her little fellow and her blackberry. Finally, she found the much awaited moment which was entirely her own. And after bidding her little one goodbye Rita settled down with her cup of tea.

Briefly glancing through the newspapers. She heard Naveen call out to her from the garden. “Hey Rita, can you come down for a while the anthuriums have begun flowering!” he screamed. Rita put down the paper and popped her head out to catch a glimpse of Naveen and said,” I’ll see it on the way out. I really must hurry up.” Then she walked towards the bathroom. There was no time for breakfast so she walked towards the car busy giving some instructions to her secretary as her chauffer walked behind her with an armful of files.

Love at first sight - Is it just a celluloid reality?


3 Votes | Average: 4 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4 out of 5 (3 votes, average: 4 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

Love at first sightTheir eyes met. Time seemed to come to a standstill. Like the famous lines ”aur us pal me koi nahin hai. Bus ek mai hu aur ek tum ho.” Though this magical first look and falling in love at first sight has been a staple of romantic novels and movies yet the latest research shows that this all important first gaze has true attractive power.

Before we get into the science or psychology behind this famous first gaze lets talk to a couple for whom the power of the first gaze is more than just a celluloid reality. Everything else seemed non-existent on the crowded dance floor except the shy gaze of the lady in the pink dress looking directly at him for what seemed to be an instant and then looking away.

The Balancing Act


2 Votes | Average: 5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 5 out of 52 Votes | Average: 5 out of 5 (2 votes, average: 5 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

The Balancing ActNobody ever asks Amit, a man how he balances a home and his career. Nobody asks him this even when he is partying with his friends at a club at nine thirty in the evening of a weekday, after he has become a father. However, Amita (married to someone else) is constantly asked by her friends, as well as people she knows only casually, ‘How do you manage home, child, and your job?’

Nothing illustrates better the double standards of expectations that are applied to women in most societies, (yes, even the so-called advanced ones of the West) and particularly in our own, where a woman is still expected to hold the reins of the home, while her husband is considered responsible enough if he gets himself dressed in the morning and makes his way to office. That does not mean however, that one needs to be steeped in misery at this injustice, or spend one’s life trying to be a crusader and set things right.

Jealousy: The Green Eyed Menace to Married Bliss


3 Votes | Average: 4.67 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4.67 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4.67 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4.67 out of 53 Votes | Average: 4.67 out of 5 (3 votes, average: 4.67 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

Green Eyed MenaceEver interacted closely with a married couple of over forty or fifty years of marriage? Those of us fortunate enough to have such monumental couples still around us have ample opportunity to observe possible formulae for successful marriages. How do couples manage to stay together for so long, and in such apparent harmony?

In contrast, there is the couple who have just firmed up their relationship two months ago. Lets call them Homme (the man) and Femme (the woman). Every other week, either F is in a sulk with H over the excess time he is spending with this friends, or H is angry that F has been talking too much about her ex-boyfriend, M. The pull and push of their mutual attraction-antagonism continues week after week (extremely tiresome to some of their friends, but intensely riveting for them!). Feeding this cycle is the green eyed monster of Jealousy.

The Patter of Tiny Feet


5 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 55 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 55 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 55 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 55 Votes | Average: 3.6 out of 5 (5 votes, average: 3.6 out of 5)
Loading ... Loading ...

Tiny FeetIn all the opportunities to grow that marriage provides, the parenting of children is undoubtedly one of the most important. Children seal the bond of marriage and give both partners the chance to be more loving, considerate, and caring than if they had only each other to think about. Becoming a parent is best done from a position of security. When two people are secure in each other’s love and trust, and have enough material security to take on responsibility – well, its OK to become a parent.