With matrimonies in India now a bit more open to everyone, it’s a good time to ask about the overall quality of your relationship.
According to a new survey by Polygon, women rate their partners more highly in the UK, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, and Spain.
The most recent data from the survey also suggests that women who are married are more satisfied than those who are not.
The survey also found that the most popular kind of relationship was between a man and woman.
In other words, a romantic one.
Here are five things to know about matrimonials in India.1.
Women and men have different tastes in relationshipsThe survey asked about preferences for men and women.
The men wanted a long term partner who was a good communicator, someone who could understand them and they could also share ideas and information.
The women wanted a good companion who would be loyal, but who also wanted to share her time.
The average age of a man is 40 and the average age for a woman is 32.
The median age for women is 33.3% of men and 34% of women are married.1A man would love a wife who shares the same values as him, a woman who would love to be taken care of by a husband who understands her needs, and a woman with a sense of humour who would share her interests.2.
A man and a man-to-be are not compatibleEven if you’re both single, your partner may have a different opinion on how you should be living your life.
According the survey, when asked if a couple should live in a house together, or in a small house, or a big house, only about one in five men and one in ten women say that a man should have a smaller house.
But the vast majority of the respondents (97%) said a man who has a smaller home should share more.3.
There’s no love lost when a couple splits apartA lot of the time, people feel a loss when a relationship ends.
The majority of couples say that they have not been able to communicate with each other in their last relationship.
One in three men and two in ten men say that the last relationship they had was a breakup.
One of the reasons for this is because the breakup meant that they lost some sense of security and security was a problem for them.
The survey also asked about the reasons behind the breakdowns.
One respondent said that they felt like the person they were with was trying to make a bigger life out of what they had before.
The second respondent said it was because they could not get enough time together to have a relationship of any kind.4.
Divorce is more common than you thinkIt’s been reported that the rate of divorce in India is more than double that of the UK.
This is mostly because the divorce laws in India are less strict than those in the United Kingdom.
There is also a stigma attached to divorcing someone for non-marital reasons.
But it is not uncommon for people to get divorced in India for non marital reasons.
According a recent study by The Economic Times, only 7% of divorce cases in India involve marital grounds.5.
There are no restrictions on sharing moneyA lot can happen between two people.
The financial side of a relationship is usually left up to the parties, but there are strict financial rules in India, which can be difficult to enforce.
However, the survey showed that there are no limits to the amount of money you can put in a relationship.
For instance, one in three women in India have a debt to pay, but this is still far less than what is found in the rest of the world.
The amount of financial debt is much more varied in the region.6.
If you want a relationship, go for itIf you are in a monogamous relationship, then you can expect to share more of your time.
According that survey, 70% of couples surveyed said that their relationship was monogamous.
One person said that the reason he or she chose monogamy was because it was easier to stay together.
In the UK and France, where both men and men can have sexual relationships, this figure is much lower, but still a high percentage.7.
You can choose where to liveThe survey showed how much people liked their lives outside of their marriage.
Among the people who had a partner of their own, the majority said that it was important to live somewhere that they liked.
This may seem counter-intuitive, but a majority of people prefer living in a neighbourhood that is close to them.8.
Marriage can’t be a permanent thingIn a survey conducted by the Economic Times in the last few months, one respondent asked, “Do you think I should marry now or wait till I am 30?”
According to the survey results, 60% of people who responded said that marriage can’t possibly be permanent.
Many people who marry later in life also found it difficult