A Big “Hi” to all after a long time…. 🙂
I never read any books apart for my studies. But now, I can say atleast one book for the god sake.
Yes! I completely read a book in 3 days, that too in English. It happens in my office, a week before my colleague purchased the book name called “2 States” done by Chetan Bhagat from flipkart. I saw the book placed in her desk, asusually I took that book and looked that shinning & coloured wrapper. Suddenly my inner voice scoled/questioned why don’t you read this book? I just smiled for that question. I sat there itself where I have seen the book. Actually I never heard anything before about that author, topic, and blah blah… But when I saw the message which is written on the last page wrapper, I excited to read that book. That message is…
Love marriages around the world are simple:
Boy loves girl. Girl loves boy.
They get married.
In India, there are a few more steps:
Boy loves Girl. Girl loves Boy.
Girl’s family has to love boy. Boy’s family has to love girl.
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. They get married.
On the first day really belive me, I just read only 4 pages. While EOD, I thought myself like all the books which I started to read, this also going to be end. But next day, I have completed almost half of the book. Because of the story, I get involved in that book and completed in 3 days.
The Story is completely about, a couples who are from different states one is from Punjab and another one is TamilNadu (Namba Ponnu… I Giggled 😉 ) Once they fell into love, how they are struggling to convience their family to accept both of them and some of fun things happening in our Singara Chennai…. Finally how they get married in front of their families. But the story ends finally in Happiness only…. 😉
I really enjoyed this story, after reading this book I am loving to read more books. Also I got inspired from few people to read more books like they doing.
Anway, All the best to those who are thinking to read this book after this post… 😉
With Warm Regards,