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  • Writer's picturePremanandhan Narayanan

Truth in Times of Marriage: A Candid Conversation

In a world where honesty can sometimes be a rare commodity, this engaging conversation between two close friends sheds light on the delicate balance between truth and societal expectations, all in the context of a failed marriage proposal.





The story begins with one friend gently probing the other about the recent setback in his quest for a life partner. With a wry smile, the friend admits, "I heard that your latest attempt to find a girl for marriage has also fallen through." The response is a candid "Yes," setting the stage for a tale that explores the nuances of truth in today's world.


The friend who faced the rejection unfolds the humorous yet thought-provoking account of his visit to a prospective bride's home. As he narrates the events, it becomes evident that speaking the truth, even in jest, can lead to unexpected twists and turns. When asked by the girl's father if he had a drinking habit, he cleverly replied, "Let us see your daughter first, and then later we will sit (for drinking)." The response was met with laughter, but it also carried a deeper message about the value of honesty.


Throughout their conversation, the two friends exchange witty banter and share personal anecdotes, highlighting the importance of open communication in relationships. They touch upon the idea that while humor can make the truth more palatable, it's equally important to address personal habits honestly.


This story serves as a reminder that while truth may sometimes be uncomfortable, it remains a cornerstone of strong and meaningful connections. It explores the delicate dance between humor and sincerity and leaves readers pondering the role of honesty in their own lives.


Well it is good speaking truth, it will be equally good if you quit drinking liquor.


Join us in this heartwarming and reflective discussion that celebrates the enduring bonds of friendship and the timeless value of truth.


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