The question of whether love marriages or arranged marriages are preferable has long been debated. Despite the fact that data shows that an overwhelming majority of Indians prefer arranged marriages, we took to the streets to find out what the audience thought about this.
The ability to select your own partner. In arranged marriages, either a boy or a girl's parents or society find the perfect match for them.
Family involvement is minimal.
A bond is eternal.
Divorce is more likely. The risk of the marriage breaking up exists because sometimes love wears out or the couples become "tired" of each other.
There is no family support.
Contempt is bred from familiarity.
Discord has broken out.
People may better match.
Parental experience is more extensive.
Ensured social standing.
Cultural similarities between partners
A rational decision, rather than an emotional one.
Family bonds are strengthened.
Love is not always a factor.
There may be no compatibility between partners.
Higher divorce rates are possible.
Separation can be painful.
Couples may not trust one another.
People may be dissatisfied.
There is no room for individual preferences.