Cultural Differences in Chetan Bhagat's Two States
Author(s):
Ms.T.Akila, Dr.A.Vadivukarasi
Keywords:
Community, Cultural Difference, Lifestyle, Multiculturalism, State
Abstract
Multiculturalism is an idea that stimulates the institutionalization of communities containing multiple cultures. Chetan Bhagat’s Two States, depicts about the couple’s struggling to marry over the racial dissimilarities. It is an Indian love story of India, who faced their conservative parents and how they finally persuaded them to get themselves married. Though the premise is most realistic, it draws our attention to cultural differences in diverse India. In fact, after reading the blurb and title “Two States”, everybody was aware that plot progression will be predictable. So what if the book questions the racism India practices against its own country man? It questions why we are scared to marry outside our fraternity. Lovers themselves have the dilemma that if it is worth it to marry with making numerous members of the families unhappy. Is it worth it?
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Unique Paper ID: 151789

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 8, Issue 1

Page(s): 705 - 706
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