Rather the State assesses the pre-existing factors that influence safe driving - the age when most persons can handle the responsibility of driving, the effect of alcohol on drivers, the best way to construct roadways, maximum safe speeds - in order to create rules that best accord with these pre-existing realities. The same should be true of marriage. The benefits and duties conferred on marriage simply respond to the reality that the state cannot exist without families who will bring into existence the next generations. Those who advance a view of the family that is subordinate to and dependent upon the state for its existence turn the relationship of the family and state upside down. The family itself is the first cell of society, from which the state receives its existence.
Panchi mane kahyu ke chookarao ni baju ma pathari kari chhe tya sui jaje. Pan aa vakhate benni bhosma. Bahu j ngi avi.