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It has changed my concepts of love, of dating, and of marriage. I used to think it was all fairy tale stuff, but somehow, I now believe in the myth of true and pure love – the kind they sing about on the radio and play out in the movies.
Of course, working on a project like Untouchable Love gave me an insight into this myth.
For Untouchable Love is essentially a documentary about dating, love and marriage in Hindu societies, with specific focus on Nepal.
And this society is still traditional enough for the concept of love in its purest form to flourish.
I do believe the evil of caste does help this love to come into the open.
He took me to a bush, and said "this is the bush where men go and that bush over there is where ladies go. Anyway, I found for myself a portion of the bush that wasn't soiled, pulled down my pants and eased my bowels.
So do not worry, no woman will stumble upon you while you are doing it." I did not know how to reply. At that time, I did not know the significance of the open-air Gents and Ladies.
I did not know how important it was to romance, and dating.
Then, yesterday, I was reading The Himalayan Times and came upon this article on page 13, ‘Dump It In The River’, by Kai Weise.
In other societies, something other than caste would force this kind of love into the open, sometimes it's religion, sometimes it's money, sometimes it's family feuds (like in Romeo and Juliet). They will smoke marijuana and drink alcohol simply because adults tell them that they cannot do so.
In Nepal, they will fall in love with persons from another caste in defiance of their customs. For one who lives in a (sadly) much more Westernized country, where the concept of marriage and love has lost meaning, seeing these young people enduring endless torture, jail, bloodshed and death in the name of love, makes you think that probably there is something in those songs of Celine Dione, and of Minnie Ripperton, and the whole bunch of them.
Okay, I stared out writing about what is fun about dating in Nepal.