They get married. Welcome to 2 States, a story about Krish and Ananya. They are from two different The Story of My Life - Helen Keller. Pages·· Welcome to 2 States, a story about Krish and Ananya. They are from two different states of India, deeply in love and want to get married. Of course, their parents. Free download of 2 States by Bhagat. Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Read, write reviews and more.
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Night @the Call Centre (), The Three Mistakes of my Life (), 2 States: The. Story of My Marriage (), Revolution (), What Young India. 2 States: The Story of My. Marriage () is Bhagat's fourth novel. The author reflects on the conflict of love. The story tells us about a couple from two diverse. About This Book2 States: The Story of My Marriage is a novel written by Chetan Bhagat. It is the story about a couple coming from two.
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Boy loves girl, Girl loves boy. Girl's family has to love boy. Girl's family has to love Boy's family. Boy's family has to love girl's family. Girl and boy still love each other. Then they get married.
In his novel Chetan Bhagat portrayed the Indian marriage scenario and the grip of the youngsters is 21st century. The subtle style of Bhagat's writing will continue to win him accolades from all over.
He sensed the nerve of the youth of the perfection. Their love story was the inspiration for the book 2 States. When the novel open, we find Krish in a psychologists clinic to get counseling and here he narrates his story. In the first few pages we are introduced with the campus life of IIM Ahmedabad where Krish see Ananya and fall in love with her at the first sight as in looks, she is a real traffic stopper. As happens in college life they start messaging each other and start hanging out.
Time passes by very speedily and now it is the time of placement. Both the lovers with the intention to getting their families familiar with decide to invite their parents for the convocation.
Ceremony as it is very necessary in India that parents must approve your love relationship. Here we are introduced with Krish's mother and Ananya's parents.
Krish's father does not come for it because the relationship of Krish with his father is very tense. The light friction between Ananya's mother and Krish's mother get started in the ceremony itself and the dream of the lovers to get married shatters.
Krish tries hard to convince Ananya family for marriage, but all his attempts are in vain.
Then after with a view to being involved in the family of Ananya, he takes the tuitions of her brother, prepare a presentation for her father, but it does not yield any profit. Krish did not lose hope and carries on his desperate attempts to win the love of Ananya's family members.
He also helps Ananya's mother to present herself at a concert organized by his own bank. Ananya's mother's talent in music is appreciated by all and she becames the centre of attention in the concert. Then after a dinner party is arranged by Krish exclusively for Ananya's family. Here he proposes to accept him as their son-in-law. The emotional appeal of Krish is really heart touching "I Krish Malhotra would like to propose to all of you. Will all of you marry me? Now comes the turn Ananya to win the love of Krish family members.
Then they tried to convince Krish mother. The problem was Krish mothers relatives who do not quite like this.
They say that should not marry a Madrasi but end up agreeing with them when Ananaya tries help one of Krish's cousin to get married. Ananaya also win the hearts of Krish family but what about the families union? Krish arranges a meeting of two families in Goa, but there also Krish mother verbally explodes and the relationship of Krish and Ananya is in jeopardy.
Ananya decides to break off with Krish. Krish tries his best to convince Ananya that everything can be fixed up again. But Ananya does not show any affection of him.
At that time Krish's bad father' comes to his rescue and goes to Chennai and convinces Ananya's family without Krish's Knowledge because now he does not want to miss the opportunity of helping his son. He missed the opportunity for once and still he pays a heavy price for that. When Krish gets a call from Ananya, he is very much surprised and want to hug his father. Father son relationship is always incredible. Finally the two families are reunited and Ananya and Krish get married to each-other.
The marriage ceremony held in Tamil style is also full of comical elements. It is really true that love marriage around the world are simple but as mentioned on the back cover of the novel the scenario is totally different when it comes to India. Thus novel is a humorous and witty take on cross culture love marriage in India, citing the numerous awkword situation that both couple in love as well as their families has to pass through before their wedding can be finalized.
Chetan Bhagat has written some good funny one linear about what North India feel about South Indian and what the later feel about the former. He brings out pretty well the contrast between South Indian vs North Indian cultures and the mutual disdain these two groups have each other. Tamilians have a great love for knowledge and education while Pujabis are more interested in money and wealth. Marble flooring is to a Punjabi what a foreign degree is to a Tamilian.
South Indians have a love for rules, and feel safe there are rules to adhere to but the North Indians is general have a disdain for not only rules, but also the law and breaking them.