The show is rife with colorism, casteism, and sexism. A scary reflection of Indian society.
I thought I'd be able to get married. That is, until the day my aunts sat me down.
Courthouses can be more romantic than you think.
Plantations hold an evil and horrid history—they shouldn't be wedding venues
Marrying couples feel the need to customize everything about their wedding — including when it takes place.
We can’t tell our parents if we're in a romantic relationship because we don’t know how they’ll react.
Being chosen is not an ideal we should live up to anymore.
Aunties go from asking you about school and your career plans to rooting out prospective husbands.
Where did that wedding juice come from? What is it made of? We may never know.
Coming from a country where women don't change their names after marriage, I was surprised at the number of people that still do.
It’s a nagging dilemma — and honestly, I still don’t have answers for it.
I don’t like the idea of being “given away” by a man to another man, as if I were a new purchase.