In present days, there are still several countries that practice arranged marriages. For example, India. According to my research, about 90 percent of marriages within India are arranged(3). India has practiced arranged marriages for several hundreds of years. It is custom tradition for sons and daughters to be married accordingly to their parent's choosing. They usually arrange their offspring with others for traditional or financial reasons. However, the practice has become a debatable issue in modern society(7). People claim that some advantages of arranged marriage would be greater family affairs, a better future, and the thought that love eventually "comes" no matter who it's with(1). However, some disadvantages stated would be experiencing a short-term marriage, having no trust within the relationship, and the constant fear of divorce. Some parts of India have changed their way of life and have adopted the tradition of love marriages. But for the most part, India continues to be a majority arranged-marriage country.