Rukes of dating a modern hindu
No smoking, no alcohol (not even a little) no coffee (not even decaf), no tea (not even green tea! Do not associate with other non-Mormons (except when engaged in #9 above.)11.
Young Men (age 19) are to serve a two year mission to attempt to convert others to Mormonism. They are not allowed to visit family during this time.
When all is said and done, men still like to be the boss in a relationship but bear in mind that it might become necessary to get permission to date that girl.
There are some definite pros and cons to dating an Indian girl and one of the pros is certainly not in the fact that the family needs to grant permission for you to date the daughter.
Pass a worthiness interview yearly so you can attend the temple where you perform religious ordinances for the dead and learn the secret phrases and motions that will supposedly enable you to enter heaven. Once you attend the temple for the first time you will begin wearing the special underwear (called garments) which you must wear day and night. Not having the financial resources to properly take care of your children is considered an "excuse" and is invalid.9.
(You take them off for only the obvious reasons like bathing and intimacy but put them right back on.)6. Preach to your non-Mormon friends, family and co-workers and try to get them to become Mormon.10.
In addition, contribute extra amounts to various church funds such as Fast Offering, Missionary fund, Building fund, etc.2. Mormons are taught that when their “prophet” speaks it is coming from God.
Both men and women can benefit from understanding these cultural differences before going on that first date.
College is not considered a priority until after a mission has been served.12.
Women are expected to marry only a man who has served a mission (referred to as a “Returned Missionary”.)13. 3 hours (yes, three hours) on Sunday, plus additional meetings for many other things. Men should be wearing suits or at the very least a white dress shirt and tie.15.
Rules was established by Thomas Rule in 1798 making it the oldest restaurant in London.
It serves traditional British food, specialising in classic game cookery, oysters, pies and puddings.