Prem Says No To Shaadi (Conversations with Dad, #1)

  • Title: Prem Says No To Shaadi (Conversations with Dad, #1)
  • Author: Salman Ruth Kapoor
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 233
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Prem Says No To Shaadi Conversations with Dad In India if you are or above and still unmarried everyone around you will ask the same question So when are you planning to get married This short story is about Prem who does not want to ge
    In India, if you are 27 or above and still unmarried, everyone around you will ask the same question, So, when are you planning to get married This short story is about Prem 27 who does not want to get married He is in a conversation with his father, who is a typical Indian father and wants his son to get married at the earliest His father comes up with strange reasIn India, if you are 27 or above and still unmarried, everyone around you will ask the same question, So, when are you planning to get married This short story is about Prem 27 who does not want to get married He is in a conversation with his father, who is a typical Indian father and wants his son to get married at the earliest His father comes up with strange reasons to prove that marriage is important The conversation gives the reader an insight into the culture of India It highlights the major generation gap in a comical way, showing the changing times and how this can cause conflict in families.

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    1. A funny read. Since I didn't have a father I don't know how it feels like when a dad gives you advices. it is interesting to know about the conversation the author has with his daddy. it's funny in some places and brings the contrast of thinking in Indian families between the father and the son.

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