Arranged Marriage

Arranged Marriage

Arranged marriage

Arranged marriage is known as  prearranged marriage is a marriage arranged by family, curtailing or avoiding the process of courtship. Such marriages had deep roots in royal and aristocratic families around the world, including Europe. Today, arranged marriage is still practiced in South Asia, and the Middle East to some extent. Other groups that practice this custom include the Unification Church. It should not be confused with the phenomenon of forced marriage.

Arranged marriages are usually seen in Indian and African cultures, and are usually decided by the parents or an older family member.
The match for their son or daughter could be selected by parents and families, In many communities relatives or family friends play an important  role in arrange wedding.

In cultures where dating is not prevalent, arranged marriages or prearrange perform a similar function bringing close  people who might otherwise not have met. In such cultures, arranged marriage is viewed as the norm and accepted by young mature. New generation of young people are not interesting in arrange marriage because they think that understanding is something more important and charm. Further, in several cultures, the last duty of a parent to his or her son or daughter is to see that he or she passes through the marital rites.

are usually seen in Indian and African cultures, and are usually decided by the parents or an older family member.