While so much has changed in terms of norms, customs, and politics of the country, Pakistani’s search for a doctor bride has remained unchanged and elusive as it had always been. The quest for a doctor bride has taken over the urge of a tall and fair bride for many decades now. Not to say that the demand for tall and fair is getting low, but the doctor bride is given concession over other desirable traits for her mere degree. The obsession for getting a Doctor Rishta is deeply rooted in the desire to flaunt Doctor Bahu at kitty parties, and the charm that title “Dr.” brings to wedding invitation cards.
Most of the doctor Bahus manufactured at medical colleges all over the country, ultimately become wives and mothers while giving up being a doctor. Given the fact that 70 percent of medical students in Pakistan are females, we lose more than half of this talent to the enigma of prioritizing marriage life over professional life. In a country where health care is inaccessible to millions, non-practicing doctors take away the chances to study, contribute, and earn from those who would have put their education to better use. This prevailing situation is the consequence of the mentality wherein professional education for females is encouraged not for its practical use but only to attain a dowry degree.
According to a report, over 85000 female doctors with most of them taking a degree at the expense of government and taxpayer money, do not become part of the medical workforce. Apart from pressure from families, many female medicine students themselves abandon the idea of being a professional doctor once they accomplish their goal of perfect Rishta. The only hope that they keep from their degree is the proud moment when their in-laws introduce them to their relatives always mentioning that their Bahu is a doctor. Other proud moments for them are the instances when distant relatives of your in-laws call you to ask for a medicine-related query or a second opinion on their prescription or diagnosis.
However, for some families, doctor Bahu does not only signify status symbol but as someone who has an option to work and make a lot of money. Doctor brides who continue their practice after marriage are considered fairly destined to answer questions about the amount of money they make versus the number of clinics they are attending. They are also expected to be extremely talented in maintaining the kitchen, providing hygienic homemade food, and ensuring the perfect upbringing of their kids for the sake of the degree they hold. In short, being an ideal doctor Bahu is as tough as finding a perfect doctor Rishta.
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