Marriage A Big Decision! This Is A Story Which Tells About Todays Culture In Asia. Parents Want Their Daughter Marry Where They Want And It Sometimes Ends Up In Sad Results

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Marriage a big decisionSubmitted by: Syed R Fayyaz"Kamran! Ever since I met you, I found you so nice. You could be an ideal guy for every girl, you are handsome, rich, polite, every girl would love to get married with you, today I came here to save three lives; mine, yours, and Asif's. I know Asif since my childhood; he has been unlucky since his childhood. I still remember that night, everyone was in panic, his house was on fire and he was sitting in our parking lot watching his house, crying and weeping. He was calling his mom, he was almost unconscious, and he lost all his family that night, then my grandfather took him to our house and took the responsibility to take care of him. Then he ...view middle of the document...

I want you to be my same good friend, I want to go to college and sit besides you with proud, the same way, which we have been doing since one year. I want you to take your time and think about it. I am sure you will find a better solution to save three lives from distraction. I will expect you to show up with a solution when you meet me after taking classes tomorrow." With saying all this Hina walked out of Kamran's room.Hina; a tall, chubby and attractive girl with dark hair and dark eyes, lives with her mom, Palwasha, and grandfather, Dawood. Her grandfather is a soft-hearted tall man, fat, with white beard, wobbles, always walk with a brown stick in his right hand and a cigar in his left hand, used to work as an area manager for Lexon Tobacco Company and also rented apartments. After retirement from Lexon Tobacco Company, he gave the charge of apartments to his only daughter, Palwasha. Palwasha is a graceful woman, tall, slim, and tan, with brown hair and brown eyes. She is a housewife and spends much of her time in taking good care of her father, her daughter, Asif, and in decorating her house. She loves her daughter and wants her son-in-law to be handsome and rich enough to keep her daughter happy. Hina's father was a businessman. He lost his life in a road accident when Hina was only two years old. After his death, Palwasha decided not to do anymore job for the sake of her daughter's better brought up. Money was not a problem for them because on one hand Hina's father had left good money for the family and on the other hand her grandfather had also given the charge of apartments over to Palwasha.The next day Kamran went to meet Hina. Kamran thought all night about it and it seems to him like he was standing on the edge of hill from where...

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