2 States : The Story Of My Marriage

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2 States : The Story Of My Marriage

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Loosely based on his real life, 2 States: The Story Of My Marriage charts the love story between a Tamil Brahmin girl and a Punjabi boy who find their relationship jeopardized by this very ethnic disconnect. Krish Malhotra meets Ananya Swaminathan at IIM Ahmedabad where they are both pursuing an M.B.A. Ananyas charm and good looks bring her to the fore of the popularity chart at the Institute and although Krish finds her very appealing, this reputation makes him wary of her. Ananya enlists Krishs help who is an IIT graduate and the duo began their friendship. Soon this friendship blossoms into love and the pair become inseparable. The real story begins in their last year at the Institute when having moved past all of the other persons idiosyncrasies, the two are resolved to tie their love through the bond of marriage. However, they arent the only ones involved in this decision and although they are in love, there is the question of their families. With the parents not accepting their love, Ananya is sent off to meet Tamil Brahmin boys while Krish is sent off to meet respectable Punjabi girls. However, Krish cannot forget Ananya and is the same with her and he embarks on a quest to win over her family to finally marry her. Through a number of amusing and misfortunate clashes, the families disapprove of this union due to their cultural and ethnic differences. The magic that is Bhagats gift in storytelling is his use of humor and candor and he employs these devices to full use in this story where the North-South polarities provide generous comedic effect. Narrated from Krishs point of view, a first person narrative, 2 States: The Story Of My Marriage is an infectiously lighthearted read that digs at the ethnic gap between Indian communities. The rights of the book have been sold to producer Nadiadwala who is adapting the warm tale for the big screen. About The Author Chetan Bhagat is the author of three blockbuster novels, Five Point Someone (2004), one night @ the call center (2005) and The 3 Mistakes of My Life (2008). All three books have remained bestsellers since their release and have inspired major Bollywood films. The New York Times called Chetan the biggest selling English language novelist in India s history .

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Loosely based on his real life, 2 States: The Story Of My Marriage charts the love story between a Tamil Brahmin girl and a Punjabi boy who find their relationship jeopardized by this very ethnic disconnect. Krish Malhotra meets Ananya Swaminathan at IIM Ahmedabad where they are both pursuing an M.B.A. Ananyas charm and good looks bring her to the fore of the popularity chart at the Institute and although Krish finds her very appealing, this reputation makes him wary of her. Ananya enlists Krishs help who is an IIT graduate and the duo began their friendship. Soon this friendship blossoms into love and the pair become inseparable. The real story begins in their last year at the Institute when having moved past all of the other persons idiosyncrasies, the two are resolved to tie their love through the bond of marriage. However, they arent the only ones involved in this decision and although they are in love, there is the question of their families. With the parents not accepting their love, Ananya is sent off to meet Tamil Brahmin boys while Krish is sent off to meet respectable Punjabi girls. However, Krish cannot forget Ananya and is the same with her and he embarks on a quest to win over her family to finally marry her. Through a number of amusing and misfortunate clashes, the families disapprove of this union due to their cultural and ethnic differences. The magic that is Bhagats gift in storytelling is his use of humor and candor and he employs these devices to full use in this story where the North-South polarities provide generous comedic effect. Narrated from Krishs point of view, a first person narrative, 2 States: The Story Of My Marriage is an infectiously lighthearted read that digs at the ethnic gap between Indian communities. The rights of the book have been sold to producer Nadiadwala who is adapting the warm tale for the big screen. About The Author Chetan Bhagat is the author of three blockbuster novels, Five Point Someone (2004), one night @ the call center (2005) and The 3 Mistakes of My Life (2008). All three books have remained bestsellers since their release and have inspired major Bollywood films. The New York Times called Chetan the biggest selling English language novelist in India s history .
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Title 2 States : The Story Of My Marriage Height 197 mm
Chetan Bhagat Width 132 mm
ISBN-13 9788129115300 Binding PAPERBACK
ISBN-10 #8129115301 Spine Width
Publisher Rupa Publications India Pvt Ltd Pages 269
Edition 2010 Availability Out Of Stock

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