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Me Hi, again Neelam I read your Babbu’s wedding thing on your blog….it’s hilarious lol Me Ok thanks. Me So you mean you hang out with white friends only? There seem to be an emerging and perhaps growing trend among the new generation of Indians who prefer to choose a white person as their life partners. Related posts: ‘The Indians Abroad’ is an NRIs Blog. Looking at the other inter-racial couples attending those weddings, I can say that Neelam is not alone. This is not a new phenomenon, and for many, this is quite mundane and ‘oh so 90’s’. Or, as I said before, this could be one of the many ways the younger generation wants to express their freedom and their choices. Neelam haha .so happened…lol Me doesn’t make sense Neelam we only date white guys…clear nuff? Neelam me and may desi gals…my passé, Me All I can say is wow, again 🙂 Neelam I have seen worse reaction…lol ……………… During last two months of this summer of 2010, I also had the pleasure of attending two beautiful inter-racial weddings. Or you can simply call it the normal thing for the new generation – plain and simple. This could be a perfectly normal thing, based on how the families and schools are integrated these days for all races and cultures. Me Are u okay if I use this ‘chat’ for a blog post…a post on ‘Some Indians abroad dating whites only’ ? A friendly warning: Take this post with a grain of salt, especially if you get indigestion from racial mix and deviations from the strict social norms. The ‘chat’ above is the ending portion of the conversation below. Luckily or unluckily, I ran into someone online, someone who is a part of this ummm … This ‘chat’ on the social network site is a quick glimpse into the psyche of the new desi generation abroad. By the way, I wish I could say that these are uncut and unedited conversations, but that’s not the case. The ‘chat’ spans over multiple sessions, you may notice from the time-stamps. The name and place have been changed to maintain anonymity. According to 2000 census data, just over 3 percent of Indians were divorced or separated, against about 12 percent nationwide.
Nonetheless, the divorce rate is on the rise both in India and in the South Asian community in North America.
This Indian universe of matrimonial bliss is increasingly running up against the inescapable American reality, in which almost half of all marriages end in divorce.
By contrast, Indian American marriages are far more stable.
Between 10 to 15 percent of all Indian American marriages culminate in divorce or separation.
In addition, South Asians are focusing more on careers, often delaying marriage, to their parents dismay.
There seem to be an emerging and perhaps growing trend among the new generation of Indians abroad who prefer to date whites only…instead of dating someone from desi circle. Neelam haha…i am not Me So what circle are you into? 🙂 Neelam haha that’s frm my family circle, not social circle… Me i see Neelam and some of them are my desi friends…da gals…passé Me I don’t get it…