The fist category are ‘religions’ families who believed that their sons or daughters should not have any relationships before marriage.
Sometimes this category also is refereed to as ‘traditional’ family.
Some point to financial causes for matrimony's declines.
An economic downturn has made it difficult for young couples to afford the cost of starting households.
Having this attitude in mind, a probable question coming to mind is that so how boys and girls in religions families meet each other for the first time while they should not have any relationships before marriage?
To answer this question I should explain a custom which we called ‘Khastegari’.
Also, another custom that families talk about in ‘khastegari’ called as ‘Mehrieh’. After this meeting, if the families especially the boy and girl want to know each other more, a period starts we called ‘Namzadi’.
The second category are those families we called ‘open-minded’ or ‘modern’ families.Parliament responded by taking steps to reverse family planning laws by banning voluntary sterilization and restricting access to contraceptives.Iran has pursued an effective birth control program for over two decades.) it would be interesting for the students as well as my teacher with dissimilar background to know that how Iranians start dating, falling in love, and getting married. The way people start dating in Iran is highly dependent on the family they were born.Generally, we have two extreme categories for Iranian families.Also, the ways people celebrate marriage ceremonies are dissimilar in the countries based on those differences.Being in an English learning for international students class, I think (hope!In Iran, where religious officials encourage early marriage, and long-term dating relationships frustrate clerics and officials, matchmaking is not personal – it's a matter of state.In a bid to encourage millions of Iranian singles to marry and increase a low population growth rate, Iran on Monday launched its first official matchmaking website."We face a family crisis in Iran," Mahmoud Golzari, a deputy minister of youth affairs and sports, told reporters in a ceremony launching hamsan.in Tehran.He wants the population to grow to at least 150 million – and in a in a traditional country like Iran, that means increasing the marriage rate first.In May 2014, Ayatollah Khamenei issued an edict ordering the government to decrease the marriage age, increase the fertility rate, and evict the obstacles to marriage.