Marriage compliance check it a myth or a boon?

Have you tried a simple android application “Nakshatra Porutham” which instantly displays compliance check details of a prospective bride and a groom – a first step to be processed in an arranged marriage?

In most of the households in southern part of India, arranged marriages are still happening. The first step on an arranged marriage is to check the compliance between the prospective bride and the bridegroom, beyond photo exchange, family background details exchange etc. ‘Janma nakshatram’ (Birth Star) plays a major role in checking such compliance.

welcome3editFrom ancient times it has become a ceremony to consult an astrologer, get his blessings to proceed with the marriage. There are many compliance factors which is expected to be matching between the bride and the bride groom. If the important factors like ‘Rajju’ or ‘Yoni’ are not matching, many elders reject the alliance stating there is ‘No proptham’ meaning its not conducive to proceed and to check with another prospect. More details here.

Astrologers normally provide this by making lots of calculations by matching the stars derived from the date of birth, time of birth of the bride and the groom. For those who does not know their birth star can generate from online web pages also. In our modern age there are people who still, strictly follow such rules when it comes to match making. For such kind of people this application will be a boon, which is built to emit the compliance results in a fraction of second 🙂


OMG! I have no clothes !!!

OMG! I have no clothes…a scream which always and constantly heard at homes blessed with teenage to all age girls 🙂

80/20 rule is strictly applied here. 80% of the time we girls wear only 20% of our dresses available in our wardrobe. Do we agree?

My evolution from a teenage girl to a married girl to a mother to a mother in law and to-be grandma, I have felt the same, everytime whenever I open my wardrobe. OMG…I have no clothes!!! and No space for my clothes !!!


Why this feeling?

I have observed 99% of the girls don’t maintain their wardrobes and a waterfalls technique is followed by the wardrobes once it is opened. So the good clothes gets entangled at some corners and never be visible at the right time or appropriate occassions leading to buy a new one. Especiallay t-shirts, thin nylon based dresses and such kind of clothes easily hide somewhere. If we consistently keep them intact, we could find them but when they gets hidden how to find them ???

It could be due to our constant weight changes which leads to OMG! I have no clothes!!! Whenever we buy new clothes, we tend to buy smaller size, by listening to our mind voice, which states, “From tomorrow diet diet and diet…and reduce to this size” . Once home, see a cake and elevate the hip and conveniently forget to drop to the size envisioned at the clothe store …

Or, it could be our mindset and preferences varies season to season and time to time. Oh this color, i dont like to wear this occassion, oh this neck line, not suited for evening..oh this does not have a hip belt..oh the top has lost its color etc.etc… how much of preferences in style and appearance varies from season to season.

A girl’s mind always attracted towards a cloth shop and end up in buying a new one which is inevitable and happens….

So OMG! I have no clothes!!! will be a constant scream and would never end in a girl’s life…

Unless……… an idea pops up in my mind….

All cloth stores should sell ‘use and throw’ dresses in different, trendy, colourful patterns and styles. Girls will buy, use for an occassion and throw it into the bin and no need for maintaining a costlier wardrobe too. So much of money is spent on marriage reception dresses and other events which a girl does not even touch those for another time. So why worry if there is a ‘Use and throw’ shop 🙂

Envisioning an ‘use and throw’ shop sooner or later displayed with trendy clothes and can be easily ordered ‘on demand’. Leaves also could be considered …just for a change

What do you say my friends?