With love, Jai Shri Hari.
I received the invitation card for your auspicious marriage. It was a pleasure. Now you are stepping into a life of actual responsibilities. A domesticated lifestyle is a sphere of several duties and responsibilities. One has to move ahead with great care. There must be a commendable effort that the new girl who is leaving her set-up, parents and siblings, and accepting the new home in every manner, is nurtured with your loving affection and virtuous conduct. Both of you must step ahead in unison to progress and live compatibly.
Plus on entering a married life, do not neglect your mother, father, brothers and sisters. Jointly the two of you keep the whole lot happy; serving your parents, affectionately loving your siblings and respecting close relatives. Their delightful blessings will make your life joyous.
Certainly remember to explain the new residence's manners, customs and behavioural patterns lovingly to the new entrant; not by shouting angrily. It definitely takes some time to discard old mannerisms and sculpt oneself in the new mold. You are sensible and have a pleasant temperament. Here's hoping that you will manage well from every angle.
Make Anita go through this letter if you think necessary. I have a suggestion that she must consider this her own house, adopting its correctly courteous behaviour and in the process is delighted herself while pleasing the elders, family and you. Even if a certain issue is irksome, she should clarify with humility and ask politely.
With love,Yours Bobo