Nisha JamVwal

Ar­chi­tect And Lux­ury Con­sul­tant

Savvy - - Wedding Windfall -

I eloped with­out a thought of the re­spon­si­bil­i­ties a mar­riage en­tails. And the love, mu­tual re­spect, joy­ful­ness and our abil­ity to laugh at life’s ironies gave us the buoy­ancy to en­joy life, mar­riage and a life­long friend­ship. It has helped us tri­umph over the tri­als that life metes out un­ex­pect­edly.

“I have a mar­riage that I’d de­fine as: ‘De­light­edly Mar­ried’. As in­di­vid­u­als, our per­son­al­i­ties are dif­fer­ent - I’m the arts and lit­er­a­ture kind, cre­ative, gre­gar­i­ous and fond of the joie de vivre of life; while he’s a genius with a fi­nance, sports and an IIT IIM per­sona, and more fond of read­ing, think­ing and re­search. He’s log­i­cal and sci­en­tific, while I’m spir­i­tual. But we seem to have a win-win for­mula. An in­nately cour­te­ous gen­tle­man, even if he were to chas­tise (if ever), the per­son would feel it’s a bene­dic­tion be­ing de­liv­ered! Copy Bha­vana Choud­hari

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