Indo canadian dating
Or would that leave someone brought up in Canada — similar to myself — wishing for more?While I don’t have the answers to the questions the article brings up, I think it’s a great conversation starter, not just for first-generation (and second-generation) Indians, but for people of other cultures as well.Couple that with films like this and it’s the age old question which comes first, the chicken or the egg? When I look at my parents’ marriage, I don’t see two people who are miserable in each others’ companies and are just sticking it out.I don’t see that in other family members’ marriages, either.The article is about an Indo-American’s experience with having an arranged marriage in the face of conflicting cultures: the conservative culture instilled by her parents and the American culture she was brought up in.
So is it better to get married first and worry about love later?
It brings up the important question of how a person with different (and sometimes conflicting) cultural backgrounds can begin to reconcile the two worlds without losing themselves in the process.
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I don’t want to date someone from India; the cultural difference is too big.
My parents have an idea of what kind of daughter-in-law they want—they’re Christian and they want a religious person, but religion isn’t that important to me.