10 Relationship Advice from a Married Woman!

As people say, ““shaadi woh laddoo jo na khaaye woh pachtaye, jo khaaye woh bhi pachtaaye” now it’s on you how you want to pachtaofay in this mithai ki dukaan and which specific laddu you want to have in life.  Just to make it a little easier for the ones who recently have eaten that laddoo (it can be till ka lado, moti chooor ka laddo, besun k laddu etc)

Here are the 10 tips or advises:

  1. Don’t get married!
  2. If you do, then don’t lose yourself in the marriage. Understand yourself, your self-importance, goals and achievements. You got married doesn’t mean you mentally devote yourself to each other, emotionally yes! Mentally a big no.
  3. Don’t follow the advice of others on how you should live your married life. You are in the marriage with only one other person (hopefully) take his advice not others, mutually discuss how to make things better in your marriage.
  4. Compromise is a two-way game.
  5. Respect his space and make him respect yours. Leave him alone to watch his favourite game and allow yourself to have your own me-time. In simple words; don’t be a chipku wife!
  6. Don’t depend on your husband completely for finance. Yes, no doubt it’s his obligation to financially support you but give that poor man a break! Feel the satisfaction of earning and spending your own money without being answerable to him on why you brought another lawn ka suit when you already have closest full of them.
  7. Never bad-mouth about your husband and in-laws to anyone, I repeat not to anyone! We, women, tend to be very complaining and just to take our anger out we end up bad-mouthing or gossiping about our husbands and in-laws, later we might forget it but the person who we spitted that gossip too will not and tell ten more people with an addition of ten more things to it.
  8. Don’t hide things or lie to your husband, the only time you should lie is how much the new lawn ka suit or how much the new purse which you will most probably only use twice or thrice cost you, otherwise hiding things should be out of the question. A marriage only fails when communication fails! Make sure your husband knows the story before any other source other then you tell him.
  9. Support him; in his downfall and in his success support him. Men are like kids they need self appreciations to keep them moving in life and that too especially from their wife.
  10. Last but not the least; don’t compete with your husband as to who is better, as to who has the last line in the argument. Sometimes staying quite for 5 minutes can do wonders in a relationship. Equality is the best policy.

9 Types of Dancers We See at a Mehndi

One of the very few things people are excited about at a Shaadi is the mehndi dances. No Shaadi is complete without mehndi dances, in fact, the Shaadi actually starts, when the dance practices for the mehndi begins. When there is mehndi, there are dance practices, when there are dance practices there are dancers, the overly hyper excited dancer to the lousy bored dancers to the and the list goes one.

Here are 9 types of dancers we all get to see on every mehndi.

1.The so call leader: That one person who self proclaims him/her self the leader, from how many songs to dance on, who will dance on which song and what steps are be included and excluded. Turns a dance practice into a battlefield.

2.The overexcited one: Wants to dance on all the songs despite the fact he/she is a really bad dancer. Plays the whole game on their Govinda expressions.

3.The robot: Has zero flexibility and is stiff as a stick. You give them any step and they will do it with a straight face and a straight body.

4.The ditcherz: Show up on the first and only dance practice. That is the first and the last of them you will ever see, they are full of excuses, Job mein busy hu, family mein shaadi hai, exams horahy hai yaar!

5.The under pressure choreography:  If you are a good dancer, everybody expects you to come out with magical dance steps in seconds. They put on the song and sit down to look at you with expectant eyes while you stand there for a while saying “Sochnay tou dou” and desperately waiting for some miraculous help. So much pressure!

6.The “important” dancer: The bride’s sister, first cousin, brother in law and best friend, the ones who get all the best songs, solos and front-of-the-line attention, even if they are a bad dancer. It’s just unfair and makes you want to beg your sister/best friend to marry soon.

7.The leftie: The life and death situation at every dance practice, the nerve racking moment to hear at every dance step “Ye right sey karna hai ya left sey?” until someone inevitably shouts “SAB KUCH RIGHT SEY HOGA!” to which there comes a scared voice “Yaar mein leftie hun!

8.The synchronization officer: Who is in charge of making sure all arms, hands and legs move together. Who feels it’s his/her religious duty to keep a watch, all dancers eat, breathe, sleep, drink and if left up to them even poop together!

9.The zaberdasti invited people: Who basically had no idea when they were getting ready for the event, that they will be brought up on stage to perform. And because of the immense pressure and limelight they end up giving a performance of a lifetime

Now you must be wondering which category have you belonged to in your past dance performances in mehndis, and which roles you will opt for in the upcoming mehndis in future