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  • Re: Supreme court decision of section 497, adultery

    by » 6 months ago


    anil wrote:
    Shampa Sadhya wrote:
    jabeen wrote:

    Many people fear that this law would encourage adultery. But if the relationship between a husband and wife is strong, not withstanding this law, the relationship should remain intact. 

    Blaming this law is akin to saying that people has refrained from indulging in adultery due to fear of law. I believe that marriage should be based on trust. The partners should not indulge in adultery because they believe in the sanctity of marriage and not because the law make it a crime.

    @jabeen Very well said. A successful marriage is all about a beautiful bonding. It is not mathematics that will follow any particular rule of law. A happy marriage is based on emotion and so any happy couple would never try to ruin it if he/she is sincerely in love with their spouse. Thus, who commits adultery is certainly neither in love nor is respectful towards one's spouse.       

    For we Indian marriage in unwritten contract between to souls, it is not contract written on paper. Base of marriage is love affection, faith and honesty in relation.

    That's an illusion we like to have about Indians. We like to believe that every Indians believe in the sanctity of marriage but statistics on divorce and adultery cases proves that its same everywhere. Its not about Indians or Americans or from other nations. Whoever believes in sanctity of marriage have happy married life and those who don't believe risk it by indulging in adultery.


    Thank you said by: usha manohar

  • Re: Supreme court decision of section 497, adultery

    by » 6 months ago


    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    Shampa Sadhya wrote:
    jabeen wrote:

    Many people fear that this law would encourage adultery. But if the relationship between a husband and wife is strong, not withstanding this law, the relationship should remain intact. 

    Blaming this law is akin to saying that people has refrained from indulging in adultery due to fear of law. I believe that marriage should be based on trust. The partners should not indulge in adultery because they believe in the sanctity of marriage and not because the law make it a crime.

    @jabeen Very well said. A successful marriage is all about a beautiful bonding. It is not mathematics that will follow any particular rule of law. A happy marriage is based on emotion and so any happy couple would never try to ruin it if he/she is sincerely in love with their spouse. Thus, who commits adultery is certainly neither in love nor is respectful towards one's spouse.       

    For we Indian marriage in unwritten contract between to souls, it is not contract written on paper. Base of marriage is love affection, faith and honesty in relation.

    That's an illusion we like to have about Indians. We like to believe that every Indians believe in the sanctity of marriage but statistics on divorce and adultery cases proves that its same everywhere. Its not about Indians or Americans or from other nations. Whoever believes in sanctity of marriage have happy married life and those who don't believe risk it by indulging in adultery.

    True , no one wants to encourage adultery but while the society was lop sided , the supreme Court has balanced the issue and made married people become much more responsible. By giving rights to children born out of wedlock the court made sure that when a married man strays he does it with added responsibility. This particular law goes one step further ..


    Pay no mind to those who talk behind your back, it simply means that you are two steps ahead !!!


  • Re: Supreme court decision of section 497, adultery

    by » 6 months ago


    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    Shampa Sadhya wrote:
    jabeen wrote:

    Many people fear that this law would encourage adultery. But if the relationship between a husband and wife is strong, not withstanding this law, the relationship should remain intact. 

    Blaming this law is akin to saying that people has refrained from indulging in adultery due to fear of law. I believe that marriage should be based on trust. The partners should not indulge in adultery because they believe in the sanctity of marriage and not because the law make it a crime.

    @jabeen Very well said. A successful marriage is all about a beautiful bonding. It is not mathematics that will follow any particular rule of law. A happy marriage is based on emotion and so any happy couple would never try to ruin it if he/she is sincerely in love with their spouse. Thus, who commits adultery is certainly neither in love nor is respectful towards one's spouse.       

    For we Indian marriage in unwritten contract between to souls, it is not contract written on paper. Base of marriage is love affection, faith and honesty in relation.

    That's an illusion we like to have about Indians. We like to believe that every Indians believe in the sanctity of marriage but statistics on divorce and adultery cases proves that its same everywhere. Its not about Indians or Americans or from other nations. Whoever believes in sanctity of marriage have happy married life and those who don't believe risk it by indulging in adultery.

    The person who believe in sanctity of marriage, always respect marriage system. No doubt they have happy married life. It is right that divorce is increasing, for it many more other reason is responsible. Breaking of joint family system is one on them.


  • Re: Supreme court decision of section 497, adultery

    by » 6 months ago


    usha manohar wrote:
    jabeen wrote:
    anil wrote:
    Shampa Sadhya wrote:
    jabeen wrote:

    Many people fear that this law would encourage adultery. But if the relationship between a husband and wife is strong, not withstanding this law, the relationship should remain intact. 

    Blaming this law is akin to saying that people has refrained from indulging in adultery due to fear of law. I believe that marriage should be based on trust. The partners should not indulge in adultery because they believe in the sanctity of marriage and not because the law make it a crime.

    @jabeen Very well said. A successful marriage is all about a beautiful bonding. It is not mathematics that will follow any particular rule of law. A happy marriage is based on emotion and so any happy couple would never try to ruin it if he/she is sincerely in love with their spouse. Thus, who commits adultery is certainly neither in love nor is respectful towards one's spouse.       

    For we Indian marriage in unwritten contract between to souls, it is not contract written on paper. Base of marriage is love affection, faith and honesty in relation.

    That's an illusion we like to have about Indians. We like to believe that every Indians believe in the sanctity of marriage but statistics on divorce and adultery cases proves that its same everywhere. Its not about Indians or Americans or from other nations. Whoever believes in sanctity of marriage have happy married life and those who don't believe risk it by indulging in adultery.

    True , no one wants to encourage adultery but while the society was lop sided , the supreme Court has balanced the issue and made married people become much more responsible. By giving rights to children born out of wedlock the court made sure that when a married man strays he does it with added responsibility. This particular law goes one step further ..

    I am agree that this decision make more responsible to people. It is in best of interest of children. Most effected from divorce is children. 


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