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Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
Side effect of Indian Marriage
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Side effect of Indian Marriage

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Side effect of indian marriage include love marriage arrange marriage dowry Domestic violence and female Foeticite

Side effect of indian marriage include love marriage arrange marriage dowry Domestic violence and female Foeticite

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  • 1. Side effect of Indian marriage
  • 2.  India is Multicultural , multi religion society .  way of wedding varies with region & culture .  But This is Not My concern .. ??
  • 3. How youth categorize marriage ?? ?? -> Love Marriage -> Arrange marriage
  • 4. when we hear a term corresponding image comes in our mind . What are the images comes in mind when we hear term : love or arrange marriage .
  • 5.  Love Marriage :
  • 6.  Arrange Marriage :
  • 7. Love marriage Vs Arrange marriage
  • 8. Love marriage  Love marriage is the ones where two people fall in love & decide they want to share that love for the rest of their life, in a committed and long marriage.
  • 9. Advantages :  Strong relationship  Mutual understanding  Combined decision making  Offer more independence and freedom  Fill the gap between religion & cast (supreme court INDIA )
  • 10. Disadvantages: Refused by family Facing financial problems Matter of religion Sometimes discord arises
  • 11. Arrange marriage  A marriage which is arranged by formally a boy & a girl’s families, this type of marriage is called arrange marriage.
  • 12. Advantages :  Well understanding : - in bride & her new family - between bride & bride groom’s families  Parents make wise decision for their child.  Long lasting relation (maximum time)  Offer more protection & security to the woman  Society accept them warmly
  • 13. Disadvantages : Understanding problem Takes time to settle  Internal family problem  Dowry problem
  • 14. What is Dowry ?  Dowry or Dahej is the money, goods, or estate that a woman brings to her husband in marriage.  The practice of giving Dowry is very common in the Indian and South Asian cultures.
  • 15. The Function of Dowry  Dowry is a form of assurance that the bride will be well treated. If not, it can be revoked.
  • 16. The History of Dowry  We can date the history of Dowry as far back as 1700 BC when the Code of Hammurabi was written.  This code stated that in the death of her husband or through divorce, the wife would receive back the Dowry that she paid to him.
  • 17. Ancient Dowry  The initial role of dowry was to financially provide for the bride because she was moving into a joint family with the groom.  Women were not allowed to work and earn a living outside of the home, so dowry was suppose to serve as her income and her contribution to the home
  • 18. A Twist on Dowry  As times have changed, Dowry is now considered a way for a groom and his family to extort money and gifts from the bride and her family.  Families often go broke because they are unable to supply the Dowry to the groom.  Majority of these women come from poor to middle class homes in which their parents save for years in order to provide Dowry to the groom.
  • 19. Side Effect of dowry
  • 20. Domestic violence Roopa is a 17-year old victim of India's Dowry abuse. Her in-laws forced her to drink acid when she was unable to provide more dowry. Here she shows wounds from the damage done and she must now eat through a feeding tube in her stomach.
  • 21. Dowry Death  Dowry death is the death of young women either by murder or suicide as a resort of inability to provide more dowry to her husband and his family.  The most common form of dowry death is “bride burning” in which the bride is doused with gasoline or kerosene and set on fire. This is usually done by the groom or his family.
  • 22.  These women committed suicide by hanging or poisoning because they could no longer endure the harassment and torture they were being subjected to by their in-laws and groom.
  • 23. Role of Female in Our Life  We are born of Woman.  We make friendship with woman.  We are engaged and married to a woman.
  • 24.  We are bound with the world through woman.  There is none without woman.
  • 25. “FEMALES” ARE A VERY “PRECIOUS ASSETS” OF THE WORLD BECAUSE
  • 26. “THEY CARE”
  • 27. “THEY TEACH”
  • 28. “THEY BLESS”
  • 29. “THEY RULE”
  • 30. “THEY EXPLORE”
  • 31. “THEY STRUGGLE”
  • 32. “THEY SACRIFICE”
  • 33. Female Foeticide A CENTURY AGO, BABY GIRLSWERE DROWNED ALIVE IN A VESSEL OF MILK AND KILLED AFTER THEYWERE BORN.
  • 34. What is female foeticide  Female foeticide are selectively aborted after pre-natal sex determination  The evil of Feticide is not just restricted to economically backward classes. It is, in fact, the prosperous and the well-off families
  • 35. THINK, WHAT WE RETURN FOR THEIR SERVICES KILLING THEM IN THE “WOMB”
  • 36. Female Foeticide a Shame on Indian Society:
  • 37.  Pre-natal sex determination and female Foeticide is more prevalent in the urban:
  • 38. DAUGHTER LOVES MORE TO HER FATHER- A STUDY
  • 39. Think ?
  • 40. Most of social problem is result of uneducation
  • 41. But In this case higher education higher demand of Dowry.. & higher participation in female foeticide and domestic violence
  • 42. Please don't be one of them Because We Make society , Society does’t make us
  • 43. Thanks

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