It has been more than a decade since we have been married. Ours being an inter-caste and interstate was more of a rushed and simple affair. There were differences between the two families that took its time to resolve. Our marriage was eventful with twists and turns and also surprises some not very pleasant.
“This is a sacred thread. This is essential for my long life. I tie this around your neck O maiden having many auspicious attributes. May you live happily for a hundred years (with me).”
Hubby dear, I would want to live these moments. Well you see down the line when you would turn sixty our Hindu custom has this ritual called Shasti Poorthi. Celebrating sixty years of your living! Couples wed again following the Hindu rituals. The sixtieth year in everyone’s life is a significant milestone. A memorable turning point, a touching reminder of the rich, mellowed life that would unfold in the years to come.
I would want to marry again in the traditional Hindu style. I would want to experience everything that a bride would go through. It might sound weird for that matter even funny. We would be in our old age with snow white hair, frail with joint problems and other health issues. Grandchildren prancing around us, we already have lived the good ripe days of our life. But this thought somehow does remain and keeps popping in my head every now and then.
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I know I am not the best partner; I have my days of mood swings. I am not an easy person to deal with and kept happy. It might sound silly but I would want ask you –
P.S. I have never ever proposed a guy. This is my first experience 🙂
I am eagerly waiting for our Platinum Day of Love. RSVP.
Your loving wife.
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