This situation mostly occurs when parents have traditional thoughts but the children do not want to follow what they parents tell.Such families are really difficult to interact with as they are in a transient state and even do not know how they should treat.‘Mehrieh’ is an amount of money, usually a big money more than 0000 that if the couple divorced, the guy should give to his wife. In this period, the couple is officially in the relationship and try to know more each other.In this period the couple either falls in love with each other and decides to get married or understands they cannot get along with each other and break up.They meet each other in parties, friends’ groups, universities, etc.and they continue dating until they falling in love with each other and getting married or break up the relationships and start another one.In these families, once a boy and a girl fall in love, they will still have ‘Khstegari’ and ‘Namzadi’ customs.For this category, ‘Khasteegari’ is just a formal request for marriage which is usually from the guy’s family.
‘Khastegari’ is a custom in which families of both girl and boy come to meet each other for the first time with or without knowing each other before and this time could be the first time the the boy and the girl meet each other.
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In this meeting, families as well as the boy and the girl talk to each for about 4-5 hours to get to know each other.
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’.