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Amrutha, Anjali & Ayyappan - Could Almighty Plan Their Marital Status?

Discussion in 'Snippets of Life (Non-Fiction)' started by Thyagarajan, Feb 10, 2018.

  1. nakshatra1

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    Heart touching story. Marriage is a matter of luck . Amrutha did what is best for her baby- that is a mother's love. Life is not perfect. They came up with a solution which just worked out for the good of everyone.

    After such a tragedy, one doesn't have option to expect anything good out of life- that is what is heart breaking. Life can be such a tragedy we may expect the best out of life- but in the end we have to live with some realities. But if people have love, humility and understanding, they can build a good life out of that.

    Still I do feel her husband should not have married Anjali, A woman would never do that to her paralysed husband- she will find some solution. If husband is absent , a woman tries to become both mother and father to her kid.She also takes help of her mother to raise her kid. But opposite case, if wife is unable, husband feels it is utmost necessary to bring a new mother for the kid as soon as possible . In this case, some other compromise could have been done I feel. But I understand that things were very different for women even 30 years ago so we should not blame . Society only encouraged men to get remarried, and in this case his own wife. But I feel marriage is a sacred bond, one should treat with utmost respect and sanctity - not just get remarried in such a situation.

     
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  2. Thyagarajan

    Thyagarajan IL Hall of Fame

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    :hello:@nakshatra1
    Thank you from bottom of my heart.
    2. I read the thread again and thought of one of my seven bosom friends Ram. Ram & I are Friends from our college days 1961 onwards.
    Regards.
     
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    Life is too bittersweet , but it is friendship which makes life worthwhile. When most other relationships are give and take, friendship brings warmth to our heart and our memories.
     
  4. Thyagarajan

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    :hello:That is epitome of friendship. Well said.
    Thank you sister.
    Regards.
     
  5. Thyagarajan

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    :hello:@Viswamitra
    A like from a veteran like you for this anecdote is a treasure.
    Thank you.
    Regards.
     
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    Dear Thyagarajan,

    I read your snippet and was going to give a response but was tied up in something else. I just wanted to acknowledge that I read this snippet of yours. At a young age, I have experienced a friend of mine who was a fellow Chartered Accountant losing his wife leaving behind a young daughter who was 3 years old at that time. His wife's sister who was raising the child eventually married her brother-in-law.

    Incidentally, I had been to Thirumanancheri after our marriage. What a place to visit! Very powerful Goddess. There is also a Kalyana Perumal in ECR Road, Chennai which people believe arranges marriage for those who seek to be in a wedlock.

    Viswa
     
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    :hello::hello:
    This not happened in few cases I come across and the persons who finished with certain rituals and formalities long long ago have not been blessed with wedlock or marriage.
    Marriages are fixed up in heaven they say. But divorces are arranged by lawyers. God, it seems doesn’t like to intervene. But those wish to be separated but law takes its own course , the future of the affected part or parties turns into a question mark.
    Thanks and Regards.
     
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