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Featured : A Punjabi-Kannadiga Love Story

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Yayy!! We got featured!

I am super excited to share that we got featured at The Times of Amma, as a part of their Unity in Diversity celebrations.

India is a land of different cultures, traditions and customs. As we celebrate, seventy years of Independence, we should acknowledge that we are all united despite the cultural and religious diversities.

I am a Punjabi married to a Kannadiga. Ours is a multicultural family and our kids get to enjoy the best of both the worlds. We follow the customs and beliefs of both the sides, relish their traditional cuisines and celebrate all the festivals of North and South with equal enthusiasm.

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Our marriage is not free of various cultural differences. We do face our set of challenges especially when it comes to understanding the language of the other side. Yet we stand united and strong; learning to accept each others’ beliefs and respecting them wholeheartedly. That’s all successful inter-caste marriages require, of course along with love and compatibility.

In my interview with The Times Of Amma, I was asked to share our story of love and marriage and how it all started. I was also asked to state the greatest joys of raising a multicultural family and the challenges that we face on everyday basis.

Read my detailed interview here

Unity in Diversity Special: A Punjabi-Kannadiga Love Story

 

What according to you is required for a successful marriage? What is your take on inter-caste marriages? Do you have a story to share? Leave a comment below and let us know!

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Also read the story of our first coffee date-

Coffee Date: Recreating Memories Of Our First Meeting 

 

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34 responses to “Featured : A Punjabi-Kannadiga Love Story”

  1. Bulbul Varma says:

    Lucky bride ! You two look so happy! God bless you both !

  2. Such a beautiful story… Good to know the story behind this amazing couple… And congratulations on the feature girl

  3. Snehal says:

    Aww that’s so sweet❣ Heading over to check your interview! 😀

  4. Wow thats really a cute love couple. Feel proud for you both and congratulate that you prove that love is more powerful than any diversity and religion. Love to read your interview. Nice post

  5. Soniya Bhatt says:

    It’s great to know you two got featured. In India , it’s not easy to marry someone with different language or beliefs.

  6. Pree says:

    Wonderful to read your story. Would have been more happier if your kids were taught Kannada as well along with English and hindi 🙂
    #beingKannadiga
    Stay blessed! 🙂

  7. Papri Ganguly says:

    This remainds me “Two States”. Hehehe. Beautiful piece of read. God bless you both.

  8. worldofmakeupmagique says:

    That is so beautiful 😀 Inter culture marriage is no doubt fun.. you get to learn so many new things

  9. Wow! Such a beautiful couple you guys are! Its great to see love stories going to the next level– have a blessed and happy marriage filled with love and all the things nice!! ❤️❤️

  10. Shub says:

    So sweet! Congrats on getting featured…I should write Marathi-Gujju Love story. Lol.

  11. Mrinal says:

    Loved to read about you dear.. congratulations on getting featured.. i wish you a great life ahead!

  12. Rakhi Parsai says:

    First of all congratulations for getting featured on Times of Amma. I love the work by Shweta. She is doing a fabulous job on her site connecting so many Indian mums with each other. Loved getting to know the personal side of yours. Its beautiful to see two different people, from two different communities coming to make something so strong and loving. God bless you both with endless love and togetherness.

  13. joshitajj says:

    Congrats on getting featured. I enjoyed reading your story. May the bond get stronger…

  14. Dr Bushra says:

    Wow love over boundaries matching tune with one from different cultures especially language is not so easy and you guys match it perfectly

  15. anamika says:

    Such a beautiful movie wala story… by the way congratulations for getting featured on Times of Amma… 💖

  16. Congratulations on getting featured. Intercaste marriages require more effort but it’s so good to see your story God Bless.
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  17. newsontube says:

    Great story
    You two looks great together

  18. Congratulations! You both are lucky as you both had love marriage. I too have inter culture marriage in my family and i know it is fun.

  19. Revathy says:

    i also have a 2 states story… TN and UP 🙂

  20. Namrata says:

    I’m so happy to hear that your inter-caste marriage is a happy one! I wish you a blessed and fun filled life. 🙂

  21. Lovely post to read. God bless you both.

  22. This is really ravishing and unique post by any blogger, wish you a great future ahead

  23. Enjoyed reading your story. Have a beautiful life ahead.

  24. You both make a really lovely couple… And a big Congo for getting featured.

  25. You guys look great together! Wishing you both happiness!
    I am a Punjabi married to a Telugu, and it is an arranged match!:))

  26. Compatibility is key as is acceptance from both families. And also the fact that you are both from metro cities

  27. mahekg says:

    God Bless you both. Liked your interview and can relate to it completely. I am Punjabi married to a Maharashtrian.

  28. anupriya says:

    A very heart warming story. You make a wonderful family together. All the best for everything you guys do in life.

  29. arv! says:

    Congrats! While difference of background and language, culture do pose a problem but with a right set of mind it makes little difference in relationship. I’m sure being married for some years has sweetened the relationship.

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  30. alubhujiablog says:

    Lovely love story …….my story is bit similar ….I m Punjabi and my husband is himachali…..I relish the himachali dishes like sepu badi, bhaturu, siddu

  31. Wow! That so sweet. I am sure its not that easy as it looks as these are 2 completely cultures.

  32. Loved reading this post.
    It ia positive when you give good lesaons to your kids and teach others too
    That all religions are one

  33. Checked the articles… a lovely story 🙂
    You two make an awesome couple.

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  34. A lovely story! Hats off to you for embracing both the cultures 🙂

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