While most of social orders acknowledge polygyny, most of the individuals don't rehearse it. Frequently less than 10 percent (and close to 25 to 35 percent) of men in polygamous societies have more than one spouse; these husbands are regularly more established, rich, high-status men (Altman and Gina 1996). The normal plural marriage includes close to three spouses. Negev Bedouin men in Israel, for instance, regularly have two spouses, despite the fact that it is satisfactory to have up to four (Grover 2008). As urbanization increments in these societies, polygamy is probably going to diminish because of more prominent admittance to broad communications, innovation, and training (Altman and Gina 1996).