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US Man Chooses Arranged Marriage in India

February 16, 2012

indiawoman.jpegYou don't have to be Indian to have an arranged marriage there

"Arranged marriages are actually much more stable than the fleeting passion "love marriages" of the West. India has the world's lowest divorce rate, at around 1 percent."

(Editor's Note: Preferably Western men will find mates among women of the same background who are still in touch with their feminine instincts. The litmus test is that they are willing to cede leadership to their husband, who naturally consults them, but has the final word. Despite Illuminati brainwashing, plenty of these women still exist in the west and shouldn't be abandoned.)  

By John Rambo

I am a 28-year-old American man living in India, married to an Indian girl. It was an arranged marriage, arranged by her parents. It was definitely not a "love marriage", where a boy meets a girl and directly proposes to her and tries to "woo her".

Growing up in America, I did not have a very positive view of women. Sure, there were a few good girls, but mostly the women I knew were all whores, to put it bluntly.

One girl I remember, who was only 16, had sex with like 20 guys during a 3-month period. I lost all respect for American women and basically saw them as nothing but animals.


Everything changed when I visited India. The women I met there were completely different. Real feminine women who weren't brainwashed by the man-hating feminist culture of the West. Indian women had qualities of gentleness, submissiveness, humility, and kindness.

My wife is 18. She is very feminine and graceful. She is very soft, humble, and meek. This feminine type of behavior naturally invokes a chivalrous attitude in me.

You see, it is the natural desire of men to act as the protectors of women.  But when women act arrogant and independent and hateful, it turns the man off completely.

As a result, men in the West no longer want to support women, and just last week, we saw this in Australia. There was a flood, and a young woman was being swept away by the flood waters, and a bunch of men stood by and did not try to save her, but instead filmed her drowning on their mobile phones.

My wife cooks daily, cleans the house, and she never thinks that these tasks are "below her". Yes, we will have children after a couple of years probably.

Did I pay her parents? No, they are honest people and did not ask anything and I did not ask a dowry from them either. Now, I have met some Indian girls who did dare to ask for money, which I thought was very offensive.

How did I get the idea to do this? Well, I was looking to get married, because in India, you cannot have sex without marriage.

It's not like the West or other countries in Asia where you can have a girlfriend. Because India is still so traditional, the whole concept of marriage still applies.

Now, if I were living in Thailand, I would not marry, as I could get all of my needs met by any old "massage parlor."

So the more women give sex away, the less incentive there is for men to marry them. That is something western women should really think about.

How did I go about it? I met her parents, and they offered to marry their daughter to me, and so we arranged a marriage date and then did the wedding. Does she satisfy a need for companionship, yes I think so.

Is lack of education a factor? Well, I think lack of education is a good thing. Too much education for women turns them independent. The more educated a woman is, the less dependent she will be on a man.

Women in the West are so independent because they are way too "educated." Education is nothing but a disguised indoctrination. 

Western women are getting PhDs in Psychology and other useless subjects, but they can't even cook a good meal. So I'd call that kind of education completely useless!

My wife is like a real woman, actually acts feminine. So I am quite satisfied.

As for my work, I am self employed and working through the internet and making quite good money for India, even by western standards. This allows me to live very nicely here.


How to meet Indian women, being a westerner? That is not so easy, as Indian women are quite shy and are almost afraid of westerners. If you want to meet Indian women, I'd recommend that you learn about the culture and the religion of India.

Also, there is a HUGE difference between Indian women who live in India and Indian women who live in the West. Indian women who live in the West tend to get westernized extremely fast, and become even more westernized than western women.

So, I recommend that you AVOID Indian women in the West and try to meet Indian women who live in India.

How to do that practically? Well, I don't recommend that you go to India simply for this purpose. I'd recommend that you come here to learn about the culture and religion.

Spend some time there; it is a relaxing place. There are many yoga organizations and spiritual organizations you can join. That may be one way to meet girls.

Another way would be to work with some charity. In India, they also have marriage ads in the newspapers,but I personally have too much dignity for that.

Also, if you marry a woman from India or Asia, go and live in her country. 

Arranged marriages are based more on concepts of duty and loyalty than western marriages. It's hard to explain, as the concept exists in a paradigm that is completely outside the western paradigm.

I was not previously married in America, and actually avoided women mostly by choice, so I was not leaving behind any bad relationships. I am an intelligent person and can understand things simply by seeing them, so I never had to go through the relationship meat grinder of America.

Did you know that one in four American women take medication for a mental disorder?

All in all, I recommend that western men check out India and other countries in Asia, and see how they like the culture. I think you will find that they are very relaxing and stress-free places compared to the West.

The atmosphere of India is the main reason why I like it so much.


Note on Feminism

In the bigger cities like Delhi, Mumbai, Bangalore, etc, Western "culture" is catching on fast, through the television shows, movies, and internet. Many Indian men are now openly complaining about how Indian women are no longer "traditional" or make good wives.

Of course, most Indian women are still quite good, but there is a growing number of radical feminist types and ultra-westernized types in the big cities.

There is a huge anti-feminist movement in India, with an estimated 30,000 Indian men's rights activists. They are fighting against feminist laws in India such as 498a, which is a law that has been abused by many lying women

Scruples - the game of moral dillemas

Comments for "US Man Chooses Arranged Marriage in India"

Mrs.C said (February 17, 2012):

I have served in India for 13 years. The reason there is so little divorce is that they burn woman here...called dowery deaths. Most Indian men have an arranged marriage and a love interest on the side. This is not frowned upon in their society. Not all that glitters is gold. No culture has the marriage thing right 100% but I do think we all can learn from each other on this topic.

Al Thompson said (February 17, 2012):

This interesting. I can perfectly understand why this young man went so far to find a wife. But in many ways it makes sense.
If I could do it all over, I would do the same thing, or at the very least try to find a non feminist wife here at home.

The key though is to refrain from fornication. If I'm going to go out with a woman, she knows that I don't expect to have sex unless we are married.

What this does is that completely out of the equation and it relieves the pressure of playing games. Fornication just causes too many problems. I'm around a lot of young people, and they think I am crazy to tell them not to fornicate. But it has been my experience that if fornication is taken out of the relationship, the dating experience works out. It is much easier to break off a relationship if fornication is not present. It takes pressure off of both people and there's more time to develop a friendship.

David Richards said (February 17, 2012):

People need to realize the pitfalls of moving abroad. Our homelands are in chaos right now, but by moving abroad you wont walk into some paradisical new life. Far from it.

I spent the last two years living abroad (mainly in China) and can verify that most ex-pats are in various stages of having a breakdown. The issues and problems that led them to move abroad are only magnified by ostracizing themselves by settling in a foreign land. It is very difficult to be far from your family and friends.

I can hack living abroad because growing up in England, I was always an outsider. So being an outsider abroad doesn’t bother me. Basically I think you need to be a renegade personality and a free thinker to hack it. You will go through many trials and need to be mentally strong. There are a lot of unpleasant things about these countries, for instance the guy recommends moving to India. India is one of the filthiest places on earth. I know one guy who went to teach there and left after a week because it was so unsanitary.

On women; if you get it right, marrying a foreign girl can be great, but it’s also a minefield. I met so many foreigners who divorced their Chinese wives, or regretted marrying them. Often, the girls go AWOL once they reach his home country.

Arranged marriages don’t sound like a solution to me. They have the potential to be cold and loveless. I wrote an article advocating ‘modern arranged marriages.’ They are different because the couple date before sealing the marriage.

This is how they work: The parents of the bride act as her guardian, protecting her from destructive and promiscuous behaviour in her formative years. Then the two families set the outline for a successful marriage; same cultural background, similar age, same financial background, acceptable level of physical attractiveness for both partners etc. Then, the two young people start dating and decide for themselves whether they want to go through with it. That seems a good system to me, and I believe that most young English people would love it.

Basically, I would say to young men reading this; be very careful before moving abroad! I know that the economy is in dire straits and most Western girls are harlots. But there are ways to solve these issues. Although good jobs are scare you can find ways to improve your employability. For instance, in England you can do various evening course cheaply. In addition to your (pointless) university degree, learn a skill; a language, computer programming etc, something that will make you an asset to an employer. You’ve just got to use your wits and put the hard hours in. Two, just blank out most girls. Wait and find a good girl, and if you can’t find a good English girl, marry an assimilated foreign girl. For godsake, England is the most multicultural country on earth, there are girls from every country in the world! I have met many who have retained their traditional values. Marry one of them if necessary.

I have moved abroad and have a foreign wife. I don’t regret it. I have had many amazing and eye-opening experiences that I would never have had in England. Dealing with the various trial and tribulations of living abroad has matured me a great deal, I know feel 5/ 10 year older than my friends back home when I talk to them. But I wouldn’t recommend this lifestyle to most people, it’s a personal thing to me and there are so many potential pitfalls.

Barry said (February 17, 2012):

Interesting piece, with well taken points re American women, but the vast majority of Indians do not want their daughters to marry outside of their race, religion & nationality. Hindus are very hostile to Christianity.

What white man in his right mind would want his children to be half Indian and raised Hindu?

A white man who can't cut it with women of his own kindred would be better off with a Hispanic or Filipino than a Hindu.

Gary said (February 17, 2012):

interesting article
and i agree with the sentiment

I wouldn't mind following the same path as the man who wrote this article.

Besides I find an attractive Indian women far more appealing than white women notwithstanding the fact that all western white women have no feminine qualities are quite worthless in terms of marriage or motherhood.

Jo said (February 17, 2012):

It takes two to tango. Women are the problem because you don't want to stand up and tell the woman hitting on you that she's nasty and needs to change for you to be interested. Yea, you'll probably tick off a lot of women, but you know what, I'm sick of hearing you guys complain that nothing is changing when you won't stand up and be part of the solution.

Women, like us - who are at home with the kids and being a housewife is our career choice, need good men to stand up and tell these "women" that they need to change if they want to have your affection because you aren't interested in just a "hook-up." I don't know what the answer is, but if you guys tell them point blank "I think you are a slut and I'm not interested in dating a slut." That would certainly wake a lot of women up, if they hear it enough times. F* everyone's self-esteem and just be honest. They are looking for an honesty, right? So, be up-front about why you aren't interested in "hooking" up.

I didn't mean to get all worked up when I started this e-mail, but it ticks me off that men don't stand up for themselves and the type of women they want. Then, they leave and write these pieces that lament that American/Western women are horrible because of this, that and the other....yet, they ran away from the problem instead of trying to be part of the solution. I don't want my son to have to deal with these whores and skanks when he gets older and wants to date. I don't want him to move to another country because the women here are "hopeless" and "confused". I want our men to stand up to these women and demand better behavior from them. So, wow....I'm angrier than I was when I began the e-mail.

Henry Makow received his Ph.D. in English Literature from the University of Toronto in 1982. He welcomes your comments at