Most of the love stories in India ends in the similar fashion as drawn in below diagram (drawn by me 🙂 ). I have seen the stories like these where girls and boys fall in love with each other but could not get marry. They very easily sacrifice their love for the sake of their parents or society. What really hurts is to see that even they don’t mind happening this to them. They let their love and memories go very easily. They don’t fight, instead they compromise. This compromise indirectly means they agree to things that once became hindrance in their way to marriage. They accept that religion, caste or money comes above the love they use to share. They prefer to let go, accept defeat and move on. I understand that sometimes you need to make sacrifice but you should make them when they are really worth to make.


Pratik Akkawar

I am occasionally a poet, blogger and an amateur writer, trying to put my thoughts into words and sometimes words into poems.


  1. True. Completely true. Before falling in love, they must see what the future hilds for them
    Instead they fall in love blindly. Ofcourse religion, caste, etc. Won’t matter and the amount Of love.matters. But still, we live in a society like indian society, so we must make wise decisions!
    Wonderful post which brought out the reality and I am in the same dilemma.
    Happy blogging!

  2. Thanks Shivani. Actually, I have seen this happening in reality and could not agree. I just wanted to raise point so I tried to visualize it and fit it into this cycle. Glad that you liked it. 😀

  3. Hmm, sort of… but most of them won’t understand. I feel sad when someone put hopes down instead of raising a point against such ridiculous thinking. Today’s generation is flexible enough to be happy in short time relationships I would say.

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