Nirmla: I can truly say that once the period of “marriage bliss” wore off, life has been sooo difficult…10 fold after the children come, I’ve realized I cannot be a true mother to them. I had to give them Islamic names, go through Islamic traditions at their birth.
Rajanpreet: I am recently going under huge stress.. as I am in love with a muslim guy who is from Kurdistan originally and I am a punjabi sikh girl. We have been in love with each other for nearly ten years now..
Monicapreet: i am a sikh girl and i am divorced from a sikh boy in 2007, i am having two kids which are with there father, the reason of divorce is heavy drunker and having relationship with other womens . Now i am living with my parents and having affair with a muslim boy..
Poonam: m in love with a Muslim boy for 2 years and he loves me very much he is intelligent nd independent in life can support me .. m a brahmin...
Ganisha: my name is Ganisha, i am a sikh girl who is in love with a muslim guy who i have been with for a few years now. He has a tendency to be over protective but i love him. i want to be with him and i can’t imagine myself with anyone else.
R: I’m punjabi, in love with a muslim bora. We have been dating for 3 years now and recently he found out that his mom is looking for girls for him. He asked them if he could marry a hindu . His mom said she’ll disown him if he wanted to. She wasn’t even ready to agree when he said that she’d convert.
Sadaf: i was forcefully married to my husband, I was totally devastated with his constant suspicion on me, not letting me work, no steady income, not even happiness, few months back he married another women, secretly. I thought my parents will handle this but our religious head took decision in his favor. I left him..
Roma Roy: he n his family members loved me very much before getting married, but after marriage it was very different n they have a very harsh n rude nature…i could not live with him, it was impossible..
Shamim: here i m in difficult situation. My boyfriend is a hindu. My parents dont like he talking to me. Actually its high time and they are forcing me to marry a guy in my area, javed. I’m crying day and night. I just want to marry Rahul.
Zoya: i’m a jain-hindu girl in love with a bihri muslim guy.
we love each other and his family is very easy going and broad minded.
his sister has married a hindu too. .. please help me!!!!
Prateek: I am a Hindu and in a relationship with an Islamic girl (it was she who approached me first), we both love each other and can go to any extent to live with each other…
Ashok: I’m in love with a muslim…. she suggested me to follow islam in order to make her parents accept for our marriage.. i’ve said i’ll get converted and be circumcised….
Radha: i am a Brahman girl and i am dating a boy who is muslim shia. i love him a lot and want to spend my whole life with him. but neither my parents nor his parents want us to marry now plz tell me what should i do ?
K: it was her who began bringing up conversion. Me converting (from Hinduism), of course, not her. At first it was easy to laugh it off, but the same question kept coming up over and over again…..YOU’RE the one who’s going to be asked to convert, to sacrifice who you are, to turn your back on your culture and heritage. Not them.
Salman: ...She is Sikh and will remain Sikh and I am still Muslim. We are happy and I don’t think someone should say it just to “please” their spouse’s family, because I think your faith is a part of who you are, and even though I am Muslim, whatever you are raised as, Hindu, Sikh, Jain, etc. you should stay within your faith because it is your identity.
Leona: He promised me that when it comes to marriage, I would NEVER need to convert. I could stay in my religion and we could marry under civil law. I made it clear to him that I would NEVER convert to Islam under ANY circumstances. .... ....my boyfriend told me that I would either have to convert or leave him.....
Seema Maheshwari: I am a born Muslim. Our Abrahamic faiths are bent on up-staging each other. I have been told both by a Christian and a Muslim that I will go to hell for not believing in Jesus and marrying a non-Muslim, respectively. These same people forget the all important message of love that was preached by various Prophets. To me only God is infallible, therefore these naysayers are truly ignorant.
Mimmie: I’m in a Christian-Muslim relationship here in the States. I care so much about him. I’m giving it my all to learn about Islam, and try to understand why he feels certain ways about things. ..... My only thing is, right now I have no feeling to convert and he understands and has never asked me of this. I don’t think he ever will, but we will see.
Radica Nagassar: My son had to take shahadah to marry the Imaam’s daughter. I respected my son even more when he said to his father in law to be … I love your daughter and you say I must convert to marry her ..no problem ..but please do not expect me to change....
Dee: I am in a relationship with a Muslim for almost 18 years....recently she has started wearing a vale.... I am sinking and there is no one to pull me out. Every time the word Hindu is mentioned I am called a kafir. Is this what I am at the age of forty? What have I done? I feel worthless...I wish I die..
Madiha: I was born into a very staunch Muslim family in the US. Learning to read the Quran the moment I could read.......When I heard all this I began to hate my father and Islam. I promised to get my (Hindu) mom out of this situation and also never ever end up like her. When I turned 18, along with the help of a lawyer, I managed to get my mom and dad divorced.....I am a practising and loving Hindu now.
Roop: On a Guyanese Hindu women....despite his assurances, the bride was given a Muslim name. Next, the new couple made a honeymoon trip to Paris, France. But immediately thereafter, the groom took her on a direct flight to Mecca, Saudi Arabia for hajj (pilgrimage)! Here, an apparent change of heart took place. All of a sudden, the bride was allowed to do only things Islamic....
Singh: I am a Sikh guy who loves Muslim girl from Pakistan. She says that I most convert to Islam, and then marry her. But she says that I don’t need to be a Muslim after we have got married...So do u have some tips to what I can do?
Amrita: My husband and I are from different religions and we are very happy. I love him a lot and our families support us and we are both learned in our own cultures and traditions. Neither one of us converted into the others faith nor do we fall into the traps of society and what people think.