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Tuesday, June 9, 2009

Being Married....



Yes!I DO....being a Hindu girl i did not have to say those words out loud but certainly i did in my mind when i got married......
But that "I DO" touched so many lives.....first of all me and my husband..it changed our lives forever.We have been friends since we were fifteen years old and getting married was inevitable.As my fairytale wedding took place not only us but all of our loved ones were happy for us...
What i thought would be the most happiest day of my life was also the most saddest day.Being a girl is a curse..while i was getting married i had my husband on one side and my father on the other..the two most important men in my life..together they are the pillars on which i stand..while my father is my foundation my husband is my reality.So really there is no question of making a choice and i can bet a daughter can never make that choice.
Everyone told me that i never looked happy at my marriage...happy i was but the thought that i will have to go away and leave my parents behind was heart wrenching.
All of a sudden i was the daughter in law of another family and officially i was the married daughter of my family..the identity with which i was born was taken away from me forever.
I sometimes think of those people who start a new life with a partner who they hardly know. I have been fortunate in this case at least and i still say that i would have never left my home and parents if it would have been someone else.
The love and support i found in him is really a gift...a gift worth cherishing..worth celebrating.The most important of all is that he understands the love i have for my parents...According to him my "Bidaai" was the most difficult situation he has ever faced in his life....he really wanted to leave me there and run..:D
Two years have passed since i got married but still cant stop thinking about that day that changed my life forever....for good or bad that is for my fate to decide..........
Every day of my life as a daughter has been a gift and every day as a wife seems to be a blessing my father gave me....

3 comments:

PRIYANKA said...

ur marriage was quite painful 4 me,i cried a lot like a lil child,i missed u n ghungurdi but gradually learnt 2 live by my own,u 2 were gr8 pillars 4 me,i got a whole lot of support 4m my 2 dearest dis.
while u were gettin married,i cud c u sheddin tears on one hand n deepayan da,a quite happy man who wud grab u officially 4m all of us n moreover ur parents,i know it's not possible though.
i alwyz tell my mom dat runa di is d luckiest girl in dis world n i pray 2 god dat each n every girl gets her luv n stay healthy n wealthy like u.i also pray 2 god dat both of u alwyz stay d same 4ever n ever n ever n ever.

Mishree said...
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Mishree said...

dear runes,
beautifully expressed...u've compressed and conveyed ur emotions superbly in a few lines.esp that line where you spoke about mesho being ur foundation and deepayan being ur reality - TWO THUMBS UP.but i want u to know this much: u have been immensely,immensely lucky to have virtually grown up with the man you love;from ur most formative years, through adulthood,and from here on,towards middle age and finally the golden years,you will have each other by ur side eternally,and i dunn think anything on earth can be as beautiful as the peace that u feel everytime u think of this fact.i do not need to pray for u,dear,because i just know that this is one couple with whom everything will always,always go perfectly right.touchwood,and lots of love always!