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The advantages and disadvantages of Joint Family
The advantages and disadvantages of living in a Joint Family have been discussed in this article. Hope that you will find it useful.
The joint family is gradually becoming a passing phenomenon. It, however, still survives in some rare instances, but even there the forces of decay are creeping in.
Advantages of Joint Family
The advantages of a joint family are more than one can count. * It is the best pattern of living that is most conducive to the growth. * It is based on a principle of equitable economy. It holds it as a rule of creation that all men are not equal. Naturally it imposes a kind of unwritten discipline that those who are more able economically shall share some of the burden of those who are not. * The joint mess, naturally, runs on an understanding of mutual adjustment. Naturally those who are benefitted by the generosity of others remain obliged and grateful. * Similarly in a big joint family the study groups of boys are formed according to their age matching. Naturally the cousins study together, play together, quarrel together and are even punished together. As a result there grows in them a feeling of camaraderie that is free from any discrimination of one being a full brother or a cousin. * In marriages also the grooms for marriageable girls become a concern for all the elders in the family. Even if a daughter of a junior brother is selected by someone because of her beauty or brilliance, he would not agree to her marriage until her senior cousin sister is married. * As such the disciplines in a joint family are self-imposed on its members. The head of the big family becomes virtually its patriarch and the family prospers squarely if the patriarch and the other constituents observe the norms soundly and healthily.
Disadvantages of Joint Family
But it has disadvantages…...

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