Date: 2019-11-19 21:10:26
Just think about it, some of you all have parents who are saving their every last penny to give you the dream wedding you want. Some parents even get fixed deposits done in banks for the wedding and dowry, that is another feature of our "Incredible India". But what for? So that some distant uncle can call the butter chicken gravy not thick enough and another aunt makes an issue about the waiters not serving properly. First of all, people must stop confusing wedding to be synonymous with good married life. The chances are if you save money on a pointless lavish wedding you can actually have enough to spend on a good married life.
Every desi everywhere in the world would flock straight to the chaat-gol gappe counter. Once they have tried every possible chaat, had ten gol gappe, even drank the water thrice with extra ice, they will have one comment "the curd was too sour, did not enjoy it". So why did you not stop after the first bite itself?
"The naan is too dry"
Naan (Indian breads) go with every dish. In fact, they just do not go with every dish, they enhance the entire mood of the plate. They make yellow dal taste nice, but somebody or the other will always have an issue with the naan not being up to their mark. Perhaps the Indian government should start another certification level, such as ISI and others for naan as well.
You can put cakes, you can put tarts. You can invite chefs from France and ask them to freshly bake cupcakes or even ask Sanjeev Kapoor to make gulab jamun live, but till the time your guests would not see a full sweets shop there, they won’t be impressed.
Every aunty in forties and every uncle in fifties will demand a "tawa roti" because they cannot chew naan. Oh, so how did you manage to chew all that chicken tikka till now? Say you taking extra servings also!
There are some guests who show their dominance by paying money to the waiters straight after they walk into a function only to brag about it to the uncles, who will be cribbing about the bad-waiter-service rubbing it in their face that it is not bad for them.
No wedding is complete without Shahi Paneer and Dal Makhni, actually no North Indian event is complete either but here is the catch! If you do not keep it, then your guest's crib "who does not keep Shahi Paneer and Dal Makhni on the menu? That is so basic" but if you do then they crib about "why does everybody keep Shahi Paneer and Dal Makhni? That is so basic"
If you have enough money to host a lavish wedding your guests comment on you out of jealousy, but if you do not then your guests comment on you for not having enough either. Like yes, sure, being poor was my choice!
Hmm ya, why don't you tell Sharma ji to arrange another wedding because you loved their arrangements? Or did you said on Sharma ji wedding function "Mehta ji ki wedding zyaada achi thi waise?"
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