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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.
Summary Of The Book
Krish Malhotra meets Ananya Swaminathan at IIM Ahmedabad where they are both pursuing an M.B.A. Ananya’s 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 Krish’s 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 person’s idiosyncrasies, the two are resolved to tie their love through the bond of marriage. However, they aren’t 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 Bhagat’s 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 Krish’s 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 Chetan Bhagat
Chetan Bhagat is a bestselling author, speaker and columnist. His other books include What Young India Wants, Five Point Someone, One Night @ The Call Center, Revolution 2020 and The 3 Mistakes Of My Life.
Bhagat studied Mechanical Engineering in IIT Delhi and went on to graduate from the Indian Institute of Management. He worked as an investment banker in Hong Kong for 11 years before returning to Mumbai. Here he pursued writing and quit his investment banking job after publishing his first three novels in 2009. Four of his books have gone on to become motion pictures and Time magazine has named him one of the 100 most influential people in the world in their poll. He contributes to a number of Hindi and English newspapers. He was awarded the Society Young Achiever’s Award in 2004. He is married to Anusha Suryanarayanan.
|Publisher||RUPA & CO.|
|Number of Pages||268 Pages|
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 Ch...View More
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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2 States: The Story of My Marriage (English)
Dec 5, 2012
the book which got me footing in the world of englishwell..........'jab kuch achha lagta hai to vo mushkil hoke bhi asaan ho jaata hai!'
LIJO V JACOB
Mar 3, 2013
Truly AwesomeThird book in my reading carrier.I am happy because my third choice is as fantastic as my first 2 choice and more interesting.It was a new experience to me.This love story has something different to tell and we can also feel it as we move through the book.The language is simple.The book is truly awesome and forced me to buy other books of the author.......................
Mar 2, 2012
A very good book, no strings attachedWell, i had heard good things about this book and that is when i finally decided to buy it
Jan 29, 2012
MUST READ FOR LOVERS...I am a real diehard fan of ChetanBhagat. He is my favorite writer. His books are my favorite.. "2states" the most favorite of them all..
Apr 17, 2014
2 States (Book) - Chetan BhagatThe book and the story: As the top of the cover itself says “2 States – The story of my marriage” – you can imagine what it’s all about. I still have no idea about him and his life yet but but I can tell you one thing about him after reading this book that I guess this is his own life story and I am sure Chetan Bhagat is one hopelessly romantic guy, who is madly in love with his wife – so much so that he just can’t stop bragging about her and this book is nothing but the same story told in a typical filmy way but it’s simply amazing. People who have read the book especially the guys and thos… (Expand)
Apr 30, 2012
Well thaught title2 States is an appropriate title given to this book. The book is all about 2 people who are from different states, who are in love with each other and wants to get married. As they are from different states their parents did not approve for their marriage. Krish and Ananya decides (name of the characters) to convince each others parents for their marriage. The story revolves around how orthodox people are there in India who do not allow people from 2 different castes to get married. After an year long drama both manages to convince their parents for their marriage. Over all an amazing novel to… (Expand)
Oct 14, 2011
wonderful novel.!!!...MuSt READgr8
Sep 3, 2011
The worst novel I ever read.I don't know why the crappy writers are downgrading the standard of literary world. Chetan Bhagat's books are as cheap their prices. A high school student can write better prose than him.
Nov 3, 2011
Well written N typical Indian love story.....well wot to say...Chetan Bhagat has always been a great writer for me startin from his 'Five point some one'....this book is really awesum...while readin u wil start thinkin of ur bf/gf(if u have)....lovelovelovelovelove
Oct 10, 2011
A witty textThis is the first text I ever ordered from Flipkart. The service was great and so was the product.