Marriage is an important decision in anyone’s life. One-third period of a person’s total life span is spent with a status of `married’. This may sound very easy and satisfying from the outer arena but it may not be so from inside. There are all sorts of schools, colleges or universities to teach how to earn money but there are none to teach a person how to be happily married. All sorts of philosophical advices fell in vain when the partners are not able to adjust to each other. Thus, Premarital counselling acts as a vaccination for a happy marriage. Taking Premarital counselling sessions will help the couple and the families to accept each other and adjust with each other. This will also help them to focus on the situations which may arise in future and which are to be dealt with utmost maturity. These sessions are like a premium paid to an insurance policy called marriage.
To have strong and happy families and help individuals to avoid conflicts, disputes and bring down the divorce rates, help the couples to stay physically and mentally fit, in turn contribute happiness to the society and most important, to give a happy next generation to the society, because if the couple is happy in real sense, then only they can contribute a good next generation to the society.