A Married Woman!!

A Married Woman!!

An Indian bride is an epitome of beauty with the attire and jewels she adores on herself. Isn't it? She used to live in dreams of glimpsing herself as the prettiest bride and then on her personality restores in a different entity. How much ever she dislikes being on gold and glitter she can't be escaped the same on her wedding day. Furthermore, she graces in the mirror and just fell in love with herself.

However, this is just about the day of the wedding. How about being shifted from "Ms to Mrs" journey? The world around her just changes after her wedding. Suddenly her looks, her way of living, her choices, her independence all start to play puzzles sorting the best fitting place. Most importantly, her name adds a new identity. Nevertheless, what is the difference a man gets considering his looks and way of living when he becomes a married man is always a question that triggers to the feminine world?

However, today's era is a gender-equal believer so I am and I consider myself a glorious married woman even though I don't wear mangalsutra as I believe the chord of love and luck is tangled emotionally with my better half. I respect for those who have a great belief in the mangalsutra ritual but it should be an individual choice to wear it or believe in it. I don't wear sindur and bangles more often in short, you can say that I don't have anything to give proof to a stranger that I am a married woman unlike most of the Indian married woman. I don't do fasting which is sometimes a mandatory event for a married woman and it is inferred as a sign of blessings.

According to me, a married woman is a robust person who has not only married to her better half but also his entire family. She has done the commitment to restructure a new home with positivity and love. She loves her partner wholeheartedly and always have prayers for him not necessarily by fasting means. She knows how to build up the toughest challenges in a smoother possible way. She also balances all her responsibility being a working married woman. She enlarges the family giving birth to the next generation.

Let's stop judging a woman according to her marital status as a married woman is still a human who has several dreams living in her fantasy world. Don't bombard her with roles and responsibilities once she lands with a new role. Give her enough space to explore her married world with immense grace and confidence. So, if she is in a saree or modern attire, with or without jewels, working or homemaker is her way of living she prefers. A married woman is an epitome of strength and wisdom.

# A married woman

Regards,
Sagarika

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