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Well, long, long afterward her husband died, and then she and my father made their love marriage. They didn't get married until 1882, and she was pretty well along."
A girl identified as Nida entered in love marriage with one Tanveer hailing from Pani Wala Talab area of Lahore some two months earlier.
"Love marriage?" she repeated, sounding incredulous.
Both love marriages and arranged marriages have their faults, but the advantages of a love marriage far outnumber an arranged marriage.
The promotional poster for Amin Palangi's 2014 documentary Love Marriage in Kabul is simple yet arresting.
The first film, Love Marriage in Kabul, is about an Afghan-Australian woman (Mahboba Rawi) who helps orphans in Afghanistan and, in the case of the documentary, also helps an orphan boy who is in love with the girl next door.
The stories were about arranged marriage Vs love marriage; love beyond boundaries of caste, language, etc.
And although she has gone on to make a love marriage for herself and is the mother of three young children, Jasvinder was disowned by her family and still grieves for her younger sister Robina who committed suicide by setting fire to herself because she was so afraid at what was in store for her.
He said it was apparently a love marriage but the couple separated.
The love marriage, in which people more or less freely chose partners based on mutual affection, was really an 18th-century invention, Coontz argues.
It was what Indians call "a love marriage": that is, a marriage that is not arranged by the parents.
This love marriage gave him access to one of the largest family fortunes in the world.