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In the Sigalovada Sutta, the Buddha gives good advice on how to maintain peace and harmony in the home between husband and wife in order to achieve a happy married life.
Parental responsibilities for children and the children's duties toward parents are also clearly mentioned in the Sutta as useful guidelines for the attainment of a happy home. Author stresses the important point that marriage is a partnership of two individuals and that this partnership is enriched and enhanced when it allows the personalities involved to grow.
In the Buddhist perspective, marriage means understanding and respecting each other's beliefs and privacy.
The present time is most opportune for a book of this nature to be published to provide the followers of the Buddhist religion, in particular the young, with a clear understanding of life's important matters like love, sex and marriage which will not only help them to live a happy married life but also assist them to lead peaceful and contented lives.
Very often, we consider childhood days to be a period of happiness.
In reality, as children we do not understand what happiness is.
At the same time, curiosity drives us to find out about the facts of life, through peer discussion and book reading.
Among human beings, the institution of marriage has come about so that society guarantees the perpetuation of the human species and also ensures that the young would be cared for.For the ordinary man, as for the child, it is difficult to make a distinction between happiness and pleasure.To him, that which gives pleasure give happiness, and to be happy is to experience pleasure.This does not mean that Buddhism is against marriage.Nobody in this world would say that marriage is bad and there is no religion which is against marriage.