We come across people all the time who claim that they shall give us a cheque of 1 Lac Rs. if they find the right match through us but as of now nothing! It is like telling a mobile brand let me use your services and if satisfied with it only then will pay for it – would anyone agree to this? Of course there are some businesses that have different business models but one cannot run a company without making profits! While this comes from their bitter experiences with various marriage bureaus and matrimony companies but the fact still remains that nothing comes for free!!People need to understand that there is a service cost involved and that they have to keep trying.
For the wedding day it has to be the works. The best hotel, the best location, the best clothes, the best jewelry and the list is endless. A middle class wedding today does not cost anything less than 1 million rupees but if they have to spend 1% of this amount in finding the right match it is like a pinch. Strange but true, isn’t it. This is also a mix baggage of the good old days where no one really paid to show matches, but they forget that times have changed now. You have to try various options before you can really find your “Prince Charming”.
The simple advice to people is that, rather buy one saree less or one jewellary set less for the wedding but invest that money in finding the right match. This is definitely the better than the latter because if you don’t find the right life partner then everything in and around it would be a waste. Not to mention the emotional turmoil one and his family would have to go through if this decision goes wrong. With so much at stake and such an important decision of life people still want to compromise on this journey of finding the right life partner and look for cheaper options.
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