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Arranged marriages: the differences between American and Indian marriages

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  1. Marriage in the United States
  2. Marriage in India

Marriage, which is the bonding of two individuals usually for the rest of their lives, can occur in many ways. In some cultures, such as that of the United States, men and women decide on their own whom they would like to marry. This type of system is representative of American culture in general, which is very independent and relies upon the self. In other countries such as India, people are more concerned about the unity and name of the family rather than the reputation of just one individual. In India, outlooks on marriage vary greatly from that of the United States. Indian customs and traditions still follow the concept of arranged marriage, which is the usual form of marriage in India even to this day.

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