Marriage is a legally recognized consensual and contractual relationship between two persons of opposite sex. It links two people together emotionally, spiritually and sexually in an enduring union based on common values, love and commitment. Marriage as an institution confers certain legal rights upon the wife as well as makes the husband liable for fulfilling certain legal, moral and social responsibilities. Marriages were earlier believed to be made in heaven and solemnized on earth but now they are believed to be made or unmade in bed. Marriage today can last only when it is from happiness and not for happiness.
Marriage in India is regarded as the institution of unification of a girl and a boy to acclaim the social status in the society. While loyalty, both moral & physical, is the primary legal liability of the husband, security of his wife and siblings is his matrimonial liability during married life. Even the mental and physical security of the wife has been legally assured under The Protection of Women against Domestic Violence Act, 2005.
Competitive society, long working hours of both partners and chances of exposure with opposite sex are the basic reasons for matrimonial discords. Marital relationships reach the dead end largely due to financial problems; infidelity and lack of trust, problems with sex. Finding the perfect partner for one’s child can be a challenging task. People use their social networks to locate potential brides and grooms of appropriate social and economic status. Increasingly, urban dwellers use classified matrimonial advertisements in newspapers. The advertisements usually announce religion, caste, and educational qualifications, stress female beauty and male earning capacity, and may hint at dowry size.
It is here that services of the Private Detectives are sought for help in finding out a suitable match.