4 Important Lessons About Kumkum Bhagya

Written by Wages

Adom TV’s Kumkum Bhagya is one of the most watched telenovelas in the country now.Kumkum Bhagya which has an origin of Indian culture has been translated into our local dialect twi to make it easy for viewers to understand. Aside the fun and the entertainment aspect of Kumkum Bhagya, here are  4 Important Lessons About The telenovela Kumkum Bhagya……….


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1. God – Fearing: One typical character/lifestyle of every married woman is to be God – fearing. Pragya who happens to  be the wife of the only rockstar in Kumkum Bhagya has exhibited such attitude to the extent of always going down on her knees to pray her husband to succeed.

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2. Obedience And Perseverance: An obedient wife always wins the heart of not only her husband but the entire family’s and even the Holy Books (Holy Bible and Holy Q’uran) require married women to be obedient and submissive to their husbands and as a matter of fact, Pragya has shown beyond reasonable doubts that she is one of the most obedient and submissive women though her husband is always found of not been the best husband for her.

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3. Loving, Caring and Understanding: Some of the good attributes of a good wife is the one who have a good loving, caring and a unique understanding heart. These attributes are found in Pragya because she has demonstrated that though she has gone into a marriage that her own husband is not in good terms with but she has chosen to love, care and understand him more than anyone.


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4. Trustworthy: Another essential aspect or ingredient of every successful marriage is gaining the trust of his/her spouse and the entire family. Pragya has gained the trust of both her marital family and her own family as well despite the fact that she is going through difficult and tough times.

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Must we always watch movies for their entertaining nature alone? A big “No”. We must rather be directed to the moral lessons that can be applied to our ailing marriages and relationship for a better emotional balance.



About the author


Wages is a freelancer dedicated to writing articles concerning technology,news,entertainment,education,relationship and smart living.
He has his own blog http://www.pkwlive.com to which he publishes articles concerning Ghana and it's boundaries. He is very passionate in reading, content writing, listening to music, coding, an entertainment activist and loves to teach because he is a born and a professional teacher.

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