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Bridal Diet


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Bridal dietIt is every woman’s dream to look her very best on her wedding day. And it is quite amazing that every woman irrespective of her size, complexion and height does look her very best on this very important day. Yet, in this age when “thin is in” the search for the miraculous bridal diet continues with new found fervor. A bridal body image survey for You & Your Wedding magazine revealed that 91% of respondents intend to lose weight for their wedding.

Before we let you in on this magical formula here are a few words of caution from MS. Moonmoon Bannerjee consultant dietitian at the Nanavati Hospital Mumbai, “ please do not plan to go on a crash diet just about a couple of weeks or a month before your wedding day and decide to lose 7-10 kilos. Be realistic about your goals. Avoid all rapid weight loss, quick-fix, fad diets such as retail diet pills like plague. Some of these will yield instant results as promised but, they will have a negative impact on your overall health. Do not opt for fasting or skipping meals.”

Tips for choosing the ace Wedding photographer


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Wedding Photography“O! My God”, exclaimed Rita, “is that how I looked just eight years ago?” As she turned the pages of her wedding album. Amidst a lot of laughter and discussion the couple reminisced one of the landmark events their life.  Each photograph was like a moment frozen in time. A moment that never was and will never be again.

Long after the shehnai stops playing and the guests have left, the flowers have wilted, all that will remain are memories and photographs. That is why it is so important to choose a good wedding photographer.

The great photographer Paul Strands defined the fine art of photography thus, “It is one thing to photograph people. It is another to make others care about them by revealing the core of their humanness.” And that is precisely the kind of photographer that one needs to look for when the occasion to be photographed is one’s wedding.

Man, Woman and the fine art of communication


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CommunicationIn today’s world that boasts of state of the art communication technology, the communication between hearts seem to be taking a back seat. And it is probably this lack of effective communication that is leading to the weakening of bonds between couples.  Words as we all know have the power to lift us up, pull us down, wound us deeply or heal our hearts. They have the power to make or break confidences, strengthen relationship bonds or wreck them.

The well known English novelist Dinah Maria Mulock Craik described the absolute importance of communication in the growth and development of a relationship in the following words, “ Oh, the comfort, the inexpressible comfort of feeling safe with a person, having neither to weigh thoughts or measure words, but pouring them all out, just as they are, chaff and grain together; certain that a fruitful hand will take and sift them, keep what is worth keeping, and then with the breath of kindness blow the rest away.’

How to mend a broken heart


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Broken heartA break up can be painful. And coming to terms with it can be quite challenging. But the important things to consider are is it possible to avoid a break up? And if a break up is inevitable then how to handle the situation.

Suppose your relationship seems to be going downhill. Fights are becoming commonplace, the love and understanding seem to be disappearing and some serious issues are starting to emerge. Does that mean that a break up is inevitable? Well, more often than not the answer is yes. And just in case you are trying to mend a broken heart here are some tested and tried methods that you could try.

Yogita broke up with her husband of three years. And in her own words, “ever since then my favourite quote has been, It takes a couple seconds to say Hello, but forever to say Goodbye.” At that moment everything seemed so very unbearable and all I could think of was just getting out of the situation. Its not that I regret the decision.  But, often I think what if I had given it a little more time?” So, insight number one is- be absolutely sure that a break up is the only solution. There’s no use crying over spilt milk. Besides it will prevent bitterness.

Keeping your marriage evergreen


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Couple watching TVA good marriage is like old wine. It can only get better with time. But, often we find the “ fizz factor” dying out and the relationship falls flat. Couples continue in their marriages for reasons which are very different from the initial reason that made them decided to spend their life together.

Marriage usually starts out as an exciting journey. A journey of discovery that is full of the promises of eternal bliss and togetherness. As time goes by couples find that the nitty gritties of everyday living encroaches on their marriage and life becomes difficult and devoid of all charms.

Now marriage is no different from any other relationship that you may have. So, the same rules apply. If it is something you value you’ve got to nurture it to watch it blossom into a full fledged paradise of conjugal harmony.