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  1. The LGBTQ community made a huge leap in their journey towards social recognition and equality in India and got an influential mascot in sprinter and Olympian, Dutee Chand, when she decided to come out and disclose being in a same-*** relationship with a girl from her hometown of Chaka Gopalpur in Odisha. In an interview with The Indian Express, the national record holder in 100-m sprint said, "I have found someone who is my soulmate. I believe everyone should have the freedom to be with whoever they decide they want to be with. I have always supported the rights of those who want to be in a same-*** relationship. It is an individual person's choice.” This made Chand the first and only Indian athlete to reveal her homosexuality and gathered attention from all over the world including the famous American talk show host, Ellen DeGeneres: She's the 100m record holder and the first openly gay sportsperson in India. I guess she knows a thing or two about being first. I'm so proud of her. https://t.co/auoyWY8yvk — Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) May 21, 2019 We caught up with the fearless athlete and spoke about her decision to come out and become a beacon of hope for the rest of the members, especially of the sports fraternity, who are also involved in same-*** relationships but have not mustered enough courage to speak openly about it. 'Initially I was terrified of how people would react to my sexuality but now that it is out in the open, I find myself to be in a really happy place. The fact that big celebrities like Ellen DeGeneres have showed her support for my cause means a lot to me." © Reuters "Ever since I shared my struggle, all my friends and relatives, other than my eldest sister and parents, have been good to me. They said: “Dutee, this is your personal life and you have every right to live it however you want to. We will not interfere with it.” "Ours is a democratic State and people have the authority to live their life however they want to and with whoever they want to." "Times are also changing. Back in the day, rituals suggested that women were not allowed to marry a second time. They were supposed to spend the rest of their lives all alone, as widows had their husbands expired. Now, not only can women marry multiple times but they can do so without being judged, not by the people who matter, at least." "Whenever something new happens, it is always criticised at first." "As far as my career is concerned, I have shown my worth as an athlete time and again. I have passed all their tests and excelled in doing so. I have full faith in the Sports Authority of India and the Athletics Federation of India and know that my sexual preference will have no impact on my relationship with them." © Reuters "I liked her for a really long time and even she liked me but we did nothing about it until the Supreme Court passed Article 377. As soon as the judgement was passed, I went to the girl's parents and asked them if they were open to such a relationship. They said that she was their only daughter and they are willing to do whatever it is that keeps her happy." "It was only after her parents' blessings that I told the world about our relationship." "Just like the Supreme Court decrimilarised same-*** relationships last year, I urge the judicial system to allow same-*** marriage, it would be great for people like us." "I believe in the ritual of marriage and ever since I was a little girl, I have always dreamt of getting married to someone that I love dearly and spend the rest of my life with them. If in the future, the Supreme Court does make same-*** marriage legal, I would forever be thankful to them."
  2. Unlike us normal folks, celebrities don't get the privacy they need when they're going through a divorce or even an annulment. Before they know it, their entire sob story is splashed all across social media platforms and tabloids. While I am not sure why their marriages hit the rocks sooner than anticipated, I do know it's a rather difficult time for them to maintain a certain amount of discretion they desire. Commitments take time and effort to work and if either is lacking, the marriage is bound to slip up and head towards an undesirable end. And when you're a celebrity, time and effort are two things that really need to be worked upon and sometimes that doesn't happen the way it should. (c)Twitter Just recently Nicolas Cage annulled his fourth marriage to girlfriend Erika Koike and we're not sure what brought about the formidable difference between their equation, but this was a very short-lived marriage. So, here are 5 celebrity couples, both in Hollywood and Bollywood, whose marriages fell apart faster than their dreams did: (1) Kim Kardashian & Kris Humphries (c)Pintrest The two had differences they couldn't figure and their marriage was no fairytale, just like how their wedding was. Their marriage lasted for 72 days to be precise before they parted ways. (2) Pulkit Samrat & Shweta Rohira (c)Twitter The two had been dating a while and the 'Fukrey' actor finally married his long term girlfriend Shweta, only to divorce her 1 months after. it is rumoured their differences began with Pulkit's rumoured closeness with Yami Gautam. (3) Katy Perry & Russel Brand (c)Twitter The couple tied the knot in India but unfortunately, their marriage couldn't last for more than 14 months. The reason isn't clear but it was mostly because of Katy's busy routine that left little or no time to make this marriage work. (4) Karan Singh Gill & Mallika Sherawat (c)Twitter While Mallika refuses that she was ever married, there are pictures of her sitting at a mandap. The guy in the picture happens to be a pilot named Karan Gill Singh and they were just married for 12 months. Mostly because Mallika wanted to concentrate on her career. (5) Britney Spears & Jason Alexander (c)Pintrest Back in 2004, the pop artist tied the knot with her childhood friend Jason Alexander in Las Vegas. The marriage definitely made headlines all over the world but unfortunately, last only for 55 hours! We're not sure why it happened in the first place! While it's sad the marriage lasted for such a little while, I am sure the couple made peace with it and were happy with their decision. Here's hoping for longer lasting and happier marriages!
  3. Here's a video featuring Vicky Kaushal & Taapsee Pannu where Kamles is arranged to get married to Taapsee and Vicky (her secret boyfriend) shows up.
  4. Ranveer Singh and Deepika Padukone's wedding became national news last year, and even a glimpse of their wedding photographs sent the entire nation into a frenzy. And now, 2019 seems to have started no differently for the couple, what with Ranveer's mega success making the transition to 2019 utterly memorable for the newly-weds. The pair doesn't seem to be able to stay away from the limelight for long, and lately, they made headlines for coming forward and declaring loud and proud, that neither of them will be changing their surnames post marriage. © Instagram In this case, the newly-wed couple was met with the same fate as any other Indian couple. That is, as soon as two people decide to tie the knot, the raging question that arises is, whether the woman will change her surname post marriage. Deepika shared a similar fate, and ever since her wedding in November last year, gossip columns were populated with artfully written pieces speculating if Deepika Padukone will thenceforth be known as Deepika Padukone Singh, Deepika Padukone Bhavnani or some such other variant. © Instagram But as we have already gathered from an HT report, neither Deepika nor Ranveer have any plans of changing their surnames, much against popular buzz doing the rounds. Calling her own comment in an interview, about Ranveer changing his surname pose marriage, a “candid joke”, Deepika further added that, “It's not true. In fact, after that interview, I realised that it's a conversation Ranveer and I've never even had. So, we haven't been like, 'oh, do you think you should change your surname?'” © Instagram She went on to explain that the question about changing her surname came as a surprise since she and Ranveer had never considered it important enough to discuss it. “It has never crossed either of our minds. When I was asked about it, I was like, 'oh, we haven't even thought about it'. Maybe because it's not important. Also, I've worked extremely hard to create my own identity and so has he. So, my question is, why would he have to do that?”, said the 'Padmaavat' star. At this point, I would prompt you to re-read that last statement by Deepika once more. I would have preferred to highlight that bit with a highlighting pen for you, if it was possible. But you get the point. I simply wish to draw your attention to the keywords here - “not important”, “own identity” and “why”. © Instagram And I have the same question, why is it expected from a woman to change her surname once she becomes someone's legally wedded wife? Also, why is it so that a man is seen as a submissive or less powerful when his wife decides to stick to her maiden name after getting married? Why do we as a society wish to meddle with others' personal choice to change or not change their surnames, so as to just carry forward medieval societal “norms and traditions” that secure patriarchal egos and position? © Instagram Changing the surname is often seen as a symbol equivalent of belonging to a community, family or household. Needless to say, the 9th-century 'Doctrine of Coverture' played a role in altering people's mindset in this regard, since such a practice was unheard of before then. But again, this is the 21st century and surely, we ought to leave behind such malpractices in our past and look at women as an independent, fully-functioning individual who is more than someone's wife, mother and daughter-in-law. © Instagram Why do we want to work ourselves up with this need to maintain that a woman must always “belong” to someone? That she needs to be labelled, which would then act as her marker should she get mixed up/misplaced in a country with a population spilling onto the 2 billion mark? Why do we as a society treat it as our birthright to overlook the identity a woman creates and maintains before she decides to get married and share the same with another human being, who also happens to have a 'unique identity' of his own? This is not to say that women who 'choose' to take on their husband's surname after getting married are bartering their identity, or furthering senseless patriarchal norms. Like anybody else, even they have the right to consciously and freely choose for themselves, regardless of the motivation behind it. So my point is, just like Deepika pointed out in her comments, that all of us, both men and women work very hard all our lives to create our own identities that are attached to our personal achievements and histories. And I believe it is utterly unfair for anyone to expect that a woman or a man should change that identity attached to their names, for any reason whatsoever. What do you guys have to say about this? Let us know in the comments section below!
  5. We have come a long way from taking pride in being the Alpha male to realising that life works the best when men and women walk together. There's still a lot of ground to cover but where we are right now, is far better than where we were yesterday. The modern man has accepted the true meaning of the 'other half.' Now, a man and a woman equally build a household, divide chores, and live an equally dependable life. No longer the term 'it's not a man's job' or 'women aren't supposed to do that' has a place in the modern generation. With this redefined generation, it's time we redefine our marriage vows also. Following are 7 such marriage vows which are full of love, care, and equality. Say these lines to assure her that you're the right man for her: 1. I promise to always love you like the day I fell in love with you! Relationships break because we stop loving our partner the way we did initially, at the start of the relationship. Taking your partner for granted is the worst thing you can do to your marriage. Promise her that you will always love her like the way you did in the initial days. 2. I promise to be always there for you, and your family! A woman leaves everything for you; her house, her parents, and even her surname. Promise her that you will always be there for her and her family in sickness and in health. This is the least you can do. 3. I promise to always deal with all your tantrums, just the way I did while I was trying to woo you! Remember the initial days when nothing about her bothered you and you were fine with anything she did? If those things didn't bother you then, it should never bother you. People barely change, we just start looking at them differently. She will always be the same girl you were trying to woo. Don't complain about her habits or tantrums after she is wooed. 4. I promise I would never force you to follow a tradition, and we will fight the society together Not every woman is comfortable with changing her name after marriage, or to keep a fast for your well being, or to cover her face 24 x 7 with a piece of cloth. If you truly love her, be open and accept that her views on tradition may be different from your or your family's. Promise her that you won't force her to do anything which she isn't comfortable with and that you will stand by her side if the society questions her. 5. I promise to never lie to you (how many drinks I had is an exception)! A relationship doesn't sustain if it lacks truth and trust. Promise her that you will always tell her the truth, and there's no space for lying in your relationship. 6. I promise to always work towards resolving our issues and not dragging the fights. Every couple fights. That's natural. What you do next is what defines your relationship. Promise her that you will always work towards resolving the issue and would never let her sleep angry. A great marriage deserves that kind of a commitment. 7. I promise to make myself a better man with each day, for you deserve the best At the end of the day, it's all about giving her the best. Promise her that you'll give her the best version of yourself.
  6. The wedding season's here and so are the incoming requests from grooms-to-be to get in shape. Before I begin, let me make it very clear to you that these are VERY basic guidelines that apply to standard 'mindful' dieting. This is not a crash diet by any means. Also, it's on you to judge where you stand physique-wise and how far these tips can take you. Weight loss is very, very subjective. Timeline (No False Promises Here!) Just like Rome wasn't built in a day, you will not be able to lose your lard in a few weeks. Again, it all depends on how much weight you are pushing right now and if you have weight trained and religiously dieted in the past. If you have as much as 3 months, a LOT can be fixed. If you have 1-2 months, still, try these tips and you should feel some difference. 1) Count Your Calories And Divide Fat, Protein And Carbohydrates © Thinkstock Images It's simply fundamental to weight loss. You need to know how much you eat daily. Get on Google and calculate your BMR. The number you get is the number of calories you need to stay as you are on a daily basis. Minus 300 calories from that number and the number you get is the amount of calories you need to kickstart fat loss. Have at least 1.5 grams of protein per kilo of your bodyweight. No need to go crazy low with your carbohydrates; eat 1.5-1.7 grams per kilo of your bodyweight. Keep fat intake on the lower end; eat about 0.7-1 gram per kilo of your bodyweight. Simple! 2) Watch Your Alcohol Intake The wedding's nearing and there will be parties. That's obvious, we get it. But remember that it's very easy to drink calories. More alcohol equals more empty calories. If you must drink, then know that (the point above) you have a calorie cap for the day. Try not exceeding that. Another thing you can do is to cut out calories from food during the morning and compensate those calories from alcohol at night. 3) Just MOVE More Walk where and whenever you can. Do at least 15-18K steps daily. Movement burns FAR more calories and any workout you would do in an hour at the gym. DO this consistently, not a day or two. Set up daily goals. This accompanied with a caloric deficit (1st point), you will see a huge difference. 4) Forget Cardio. Pick Up Weights © Thinkstock Images Too much cardio for quick fat loss? Nope, BAD idea! Instead, hit the weights. Here's a structured program for beginners. You will burn more calories, get stronger and most importantly, won't become skinny fat from being fat. So that's about it guys. There's NO magic diet, food or pill that can EVER help you lose weight effectively. It's a caloric-deficit, protein-rich diet coupled with high movement levels and weight training that will help you.
  7. Narrowing down the date, time and place for a marriage proposal can be quite a task for anyone who intends to go down that lane. From the fear of being turned down to the harrowing thoughts of making an absolute mess, there are a lot of things that come to mind when someone decides to propose to their respective partners. But, that wasn't the case with Indian chess player Niklesh Jain. While chess players from all over the globe came to Georgia to make a mark at the 2018 Batumi Olympiad, Niklesh went into the tournament with something else in mind. Labelling the tournament as a "temple for chess players", the Indian chess player was convinced that it was the perfect place for him to propose to his long-time girlfriend Angela Franco, who represents Colombia in competitive chess. Roping in his girlfriend's sister for help, Niklesh devised a plan to surprise Angela during the tournament. She was getting ready for Colombia's second round match against China in the main hall, when Niklesh got down on his knee and popped the all-important question with a sparkling ring in his hand. Taken by surprise, Angela blushed and even turned away before gleefully accepting her boyfriend's proposal. Every participant present in the main hall applauded and cheered for the couple as they continued to smile and celebrate. The video of the entire incident was captured on camera and has since, gone viral on the social media. “Actually I am a chess player and she is too. There were a few places where I could have proposed her, but then I thought what better could it be then the Chess Olympiads. There are 189 countries who are playing here and for us, this is our temple,” Niklesh was quoted as saying by Chess.com. “I had been planning this for some time. We have been dating for 1.5 years after we met in Barcelona in the Catalan circuit. We were playing our matches next to each other. I won that game against a tough opponent, even though I was not trying to impress her. But we started talking,” he added. If his heartfelt marriage proposal got him fame on social media, his moving words after the incident earned him more praise. “The world is for peace, for love and there's no language, no colour, no bar of anything. We should be a good human being and this is good for world,” Niklesh concluded.
  8. Most people don't believe in predictions, numerology and astrologers. But, there are times when you are in a fix because you just can't ignore their words, especially when they turn out to be true. This is one such moment. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas met each other only last year, when Nick accompanied her to the Met Gala 2017. Things became serious when they were spotted on various dates and met each other's families. And last week they became officially a couple after their engagement and roka ceremony happened. Instagram However, it looks like Priyanka and Nick were meant to be together, as their wedding was predicted some 13 years ago, way before the two even met each other. Confused? Well, according to a report in the Times Of India, celebrity numerologist Sanjay B Jumaani had once in an interview with Filmfare, predicted that Priyanka was likely to get married at 36. According to him, people bearing the number nine are governed by Mars and nine also happens to be a lucky number for Priyanka. He explained that at 18 (one plus eight) she became Miss World. At 27 (two plus seven), she was ruling Bollywood and now at 36 she got engaged. Instagram Predicting Priyanka and Nick's married life, Jumaani told the Times Of India, "Priyanka and Nick are Water and Earth signs respectively, and hence, are made for each other, just like Earth and water that always stay together. They have a lot in common too. For instance, 'Nick Jonas' adds to a 2 and so do 'Priyanka Chopra' and 'PC'." He further added, "Furthermore, they are both governed by Moon (2) and Neptune (7). These planets affect the mental space and can cause mood swings. Therefore, I recommend yoga, pranayam and meditation for Nick, and yoga and exercise for PC which will help her keep calm." He further predicted that she might join or show interest in politics at 45. Now that's some interesting prediction. However, only time will tell if that's going to happen or not. Source: IB Times
  9. Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairman Imran Khan. Photo: AFPPakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) chairperson Imran Khan has revealed that he did not see Bushra Maneka?s face till after they were married and that his earlier marriage to Reham Khan was...
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