It’s A Long Ride, New Brides! 6 Complicated Situations Every Indian Bride Faces- Snippets Inside
Getting married is a wonderful experience. Entering married life may be a crazy journey with your partner’s love and support. However, adjusting to a new life, in-laws, family, and house can be challenging. And it’s not uncommon for newlyweds to have a hundred questions racing through their heads about how, why, and what they should and should not do. It’s a battle! This conflict causes several complex scenarios in which the bride is unable to decide what is ideal. Check to see if you can relate!
How Should I AddressEveryone?
Brides are often perplexed as to how they should address or welcome everyone in their in-laws’ house. In Indian society, properly addressing someone is a big sign of respect. So, brides often wonder, “Should I call the relatives by their names or as my husband calls them?”
Take A Break At The New House:
Weddings may be exhausting. And all new brides want to do is rest and sleep till noon the next day. However, they begin to wonder if sleeping till late is the best option given that she is the new member of the household who is supposed to be there at all times.
Getting Some “Alone” Time:
After a wedding, new brides will almost certainly never have time to themselves. Some so many individuals want to meet the bride, and then some various post-wedding rites and customs include the newlyweds. So there will be no alone time!
This is a favourite among brides! All family members or relatives who came to see the new bride are handed shagun, which means “good omens” or “good luck tokens.” Most brides would be overjoyed to receive gifts and money!
Every new bride worries about when she will be able to meet her family. Just after the wedding, homesickness sets in. Then all they can think about is when they can talk to their family about all the great things that will happen following the wedding.