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Gathering of our young ones (Marriage age) Boys & Girls
We are doing nothing to this group and there for our
Youngsters are marrying outside community.
(Don't keep a blind eye on this issue)
This is for all the Mandals + JO as well.

Mr Jansari - Leicester

The above comment was received with the database form and website questionnaire. The comments raised are valid and we need to address the issue. It is also appropriate the issue is discussed as we are in the wedding season.

In case you are not aware SEVAK was the first Jansari to hold a matrimonial gathering on 10 December 1995. Soon after the gathering a report was published in the Jansari Newsletter Issue No 5 March 1996. We also took the initiative to start the register and gave a further report in Issue 6 May 1996.

Having gathered the information from interested parties we passed the details over to Mr Ashok Chudasama who acted as the Public Relations Officer of Jansari Organisations UK as we felt that the initiative should be taken up by our National organisation. He never made contact with us and took it upon himself to deal with the issue. Unfortunately nothing further happened apart from updates in the Newsletters issues 10 April 1998, 11 August 1998 12 February 1999 and 13 September 1999.

Please give your views on the following questions

  1. Is there a need for Matrimonial gatherings given that that a vast majority of our youngsters are now capable of finding their life partners whom they meet at university or their social circle.
  2. In any given year no more than 10 weddings take place in a year. If in total 20 community members are in the market for marriage is there in any justification for a matrimonial gathering.
  3. Who is prepared to pay for hosting these gatherings. Will every community member in the market for marriage make a voluntary/agreed contribution towards the cost of organising the gathering. No doubt the parents and family members may attend as well.
  4. What is an acceptable level of voluntary/ agreed contribution.
  5. There would be a need for at least two gatherings annually. Say in March and October. One in London and the other in the Midlands.
  6. Who would you entrust to organise the gatherings.
  7. Will the community give their whole-hearted support.
  8. For every wedding that takes place would it be fair that the two parties make a voluntary contribution of £25 towards the cost of future gatherings.

Do not forget to read the articles on Marriages in the section Children and Humour

Please let us have your comments views as they are important to us and to all those who will read them. That way changes are required can be taken on board.

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