Another fact that must be considered is that arranged marriages in India have only a 4% divorce rate while the divorce rate of love marriages is quite a lot higher (Bhavakuta.com). This is usually because when love marriages, which are based upon love, lose their spark and the couple eventually decides that it may be best to be apart for both of their sakes. Often times, if they have children they are caught in the crossfire of custody battles.
While it is true that arranged marriages in societies such as that of India are not fully based upon the happiness of their participants and often times the couple stays together simply because they have no other choice in terms of society and family. Their commonalities do allow them to remain together despite the fact that they may not be in love. In doing so they ensure that their family remains together and their children are spared the issues that are inherent in any divorce proceedings.
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