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10 thoughts on “For Matrimonial Purposes

  1. says:

    Zabavna knjiga indijske autorke chick lit


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    Entering her mid thirties, Anju has proven to be a failure as a daughter Sure, she s well educated Sure, she has a successful career as a fashion publicist Sure, she has remained a good girl despite living by herself in that den of iniquity known as New York City But she s failed to do the one thing that would define ...


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    An Indian girl from a very wealthy family inherits a curse and no one wants to marry her The story is about how the very rich spend money on impressing other people with clothes, jewellery and parties, and the importance of a good meaning expensive astrologer in getting an arranged marriage But when you are cursed, it doesn t matter how much money your fam...


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    really cannot describe the story or plot of this book There really isn t any So here s the blurb from behind the book.Anju wants a husband Equally important, her entire family wants Anju to have a husband Her life in Bombay, where a marriage can be arranged in a matter of hours, is almost solely devoted to this quest, with her anxious mother hauling her from holy site to holy site in order to consult and entreat swamis and astrologers As Anju s twenties slip away, she s fast becoming a spi really cannot describe the story or plot of this book There really isn t any So here s the blurb from behind the book.Anj...


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    Very quick, easy read, but the main character, Anju, got on my last nerves Approaching 40, Anju flits back and forth between Umrica and her parents in India, looking for the perfect mate The potential suitors found by her family aren t up to her standards, but she s not having much luck on her own, either First and foremost, he has to be Indian.Toward the end of the book, Anju finally gets her man, but is disappointed that he wants to get to know her and fall in love before marriage She si Very quick, easy read, but the main character, Anju, got on my last nerves Approaching 40, Anju flits back and forth between Umrica and her parents in India, looking for the perfect mate The potential suitors found by her family aren t up to her standards, but she s not having much luck on her own, either First and foremost, he has to be Indian.Toward the end of the book, Anju finally gets her man, but is disappointed that he wants to get to know her and fall in love before marriage She simply wants to get married.To me, Anju sends mixed signals and is not sure why she wants to get married other than to appease her parents But, when opportunity presents itself, she turns it down For me, Anju is one of the msot annoying characte...


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    Unlike the promises on the back, I didn t laughed out loud when reading this book Maybe one small smile, but that was it Easy read though not much of a plot Always interesting to read about Indian culture, and in this one, the mar...


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    Lots of great visuals in this one, as if it were written for a future Single Girl Comedy, but the storytelling is muchtelling than showing This happened, and then this happened, and then this happened.


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    I haven t readsuperficial book than this one in ages The feminist in me was cringing while reading this book it was a quick read but I kept waiting and hoping she will do something with her life that will make her not obsess over getting married but ugh Also, I absolutely hated the way she put muslim countries down in this book Saying stuff about Pakistan and other muslim countries like India is any better I literally rolled my eyes when she mentioned in passing how her parents were no I haven t readsuperficial book than this one in ages The feminist in me was cringing while reading this book it was a quick read but I kept waiting and hoping she will do something with her life that will make her not obsess over getting married but ugh Also, I absolutely hated the way she put muslim countries down in this book Saying stuff about Pakistan and other muslim countries l...


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    Is this considered YA fiction It should be It reads easier than the latest issue of Cosmo There isn t much to recommend this simple and rather boring story about a young woman who is pitied by seemingly everyone in her native India for not being married at a ripe and tender age She feels pressure to follow the Indian customs regarding marriage, but doesn t actually want to do things as they have traditionally been done The book spans many years in her life without showing much personal grow Is this considered YA fiction It should be It reads easier than the latest issue of Cosmo There isn t much to recommend this simple and rather boring story about a young woman who is pitied by seemingly everyone in her native India for not being married at a ripe and tender age She feels pressure to follow the Indian customs regarding marriage, but doesn t actually want to do things as they have traditionally been done The book spans many years in her life without showing much personal growth, but rather a continuation of the same attitudes from one chapter to the next I didn t hate it I probably would have if I didn t get the distinct feeling that the author herself is terribly sweet I didn t hate the characters I just couldn t care less about them The...


  10. says:

    Setelah begitu rumitnya perjalanan mencari suami bukan cinta ya , setelah beberapa pria yang singgah, setelah beratnya beban menjadi perempuan di pertengahan tiga puluhan yang belum menikah, bagaimana akhir kisah Anju Chicklit banget.Tapi worth to read.Sebenarnya 3.5 bintang, tapi saya bulatkan ke bawah karena banyak bagian yang...


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For Matrimonial Purposes download For Matrimonial Purposes , read online For Matrimonial Purposes , kindle ebook For Matrimonial Purposes , For Matrimonial Purposes bc3e89ce40b3 Anju Wants A Husband Equally Important, Her Entire Family Wants Anju To Have A Husband Her Life In Bombay, Where A Marriage Can Be Arranged In A Matter Of Hours, Is Almost Solely Devoted To This Quest, With Her Anxious Mother Hauling Her From Holy Site To Holy Site In Order To Consult And Entreat Swamis And Astrologers As Anju S Twenties Slip Away, She S Fast Becoming A Spinster By Her Culture S Standards, So She Moves To New York City To Work In Fashion.For Matrimonial Purposes Is The Hilarious Story Of Anju S Journey, Her Quest For Love, And The Choices That She Must Make While Trying To Remain True To Herself And Satisfy Her Family And Tradition.