Many sweethearts meet in secret to escape the disapproving eyes of their parents or even their friends. Arif Mahmud, 26 and Rashna, 21, both students at the University of Liberal Arts, have been together for two years.
I already know to call her apu (she is older than I). Without any intention of breaking your heart I would say that venturing any relation with Bangladeshis, Pakistanis or similar Muslim Asians is a sheer waste of time.
They will not marry legally or a genuinely binding marriage with any non Muslims because they come from fanatic and very highly conservative background.
If anyone here is from Bangladesh or Pakistan or has had this problem first hand, any advice from you would be helpful.
I know that his sister and I will meet soon (it's a small town), so I'd really like to know what to say and how to greet her.
(We can't get married until his parents approve.) I live in a college town, so there are a lot of international students here.
I've been accepted by my boyfriend's group of friends who are here from Bangladesh, and they all love me as much as I love them.Muslims of India may be slightly different and may have a slightly better attitude but overall Pakistanis and Bangladeshis are most fanatic and extremists kinds.Their socieites are primitive and they can not even accept a non Muslim of their own race, so embracing someone of other race is a far cry.His family may end up liking and accepting you if the guy truly likes you.You do not have to be a Muslim to be married to a Muslim man.His sister came to the US this month to go to the university in the town I live in. His mother, being a smart woman, cornered his best friend and asked if her son had an American girlfriend. But now I can't go hang out with my Bangladeshi friends because she is with them and says that she does not want to meet me.