In Western countries, you love someone and someone loves you
– that’s all that matters. Then you are free to marry.
In Arab countries, you love someone and someone loves you. Then
you are dead.
In India, you love someone and someone loves you*.
* Conditions apply:
Both families should accept your
Natives should accept your love.
Friends should accept your love.
Neighbours should accept your love.
The neighbour’s dog, cattle, their
family, their natives and native’s dog, cattle and so on should accept your
If everyone accepts then you can marry. Hello! What about
caste? Now the main issue is that, if you want a love marriage, then find a lover
from your own caste.
The solution then is: Marry wherever and with whoever your
parents want or
Vikas Jagvir Bhatti’s debut book is ‘Your tears are my problem…They never
fell for me’ (2015).
Vikas is one of
the youngest authors in the Indian fiction genre and his writing is replete
with sentiment and dark humour scenes. He picks up stories from ground, from real
life incidents. He writes books in both Hindi and English languages.
Vikas is computer engineer from the Hindustan Institute of Technology
and Management (HITM) Ambala, Haryana. Apart from reading books, he has a keen
interest in sketching, photo editing, music and outdoor sports.