Why Divorce is a Taboo in India?

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Divorce the word sounds so opposing but does it is? Or it is a freedom from years of Adjusting and mental or physical torture? And why is a divorce in Indian culture still considered taboo?

In this article, we are going to touch every aspect, every angle of divorce, such as problems faced by divorced women in India.

Let’s begin.

In Indian culture, Marriage is seen as a sacred and spiritual part of an individual life.

It’s like a new chapter, a new beginning of an entity.

In Indian culture, Marriage is seen as the bond of two individuals for seven lives.

You must have heard Pandits ( Hindu priests) chanting Mantras and saying that the couple has now been companions for seven ages.

 It is a blessing that the couple lives happily together not only for this life but for the seven lives and their bond never gets broken.

But no one can pause the inevitable.

Some marriages fall apart and end up drowning in divorce due to numerous reasons, for instance, the first and foremost is an incompatibility between the couples, physical or mental torture, violence, Economic problems, Responsibilities or extramarital affairs.

But taking a divorce is...

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