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Summary of Ranga's marriage

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Summary of Ranga's marriage
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Preeti Dabral 1 month, 3 weeks ago

The story revolves around Ranga, the accountant’s son who got the opportunity to go out of the village to study. The narrator takes you through a journey where he changes Ranga’s perception about marriage, how he staged their union with the help of a Shastri and what role English has played in their village. The entire story involves funny instances and references for the narrator has made sure your mind stays occupied with the story.

Shanika Sharma 1 month, 1 week ago

Ranga is a boy living in the village of Hoshali in Mysore. He goes to Bangalore to receive English Medium education. Upon returning to the village, all the villagers’  flood to his place to notice any change in the boy. However, to their disappointment, Ranga is the same as he was before. He even greeted everyone with a Namaskar and thus everyone left. The village of Hoshali is a nice village with very good mangoes. Hoshali is a small village which is not even that famous. After the villagers leave Ranga’s house, the narrator stays back at his place to talk with him. Thus, they started talking and the narrator thought it would be a good idea to find a suitable girl for Ranga is not thinking of marriage just yet and wishes to marry to only a mature and admirable girl. Thus, the narrator decides that he will surely get Ranga married. He feels that Ratna would be a perfect match for Ranga. Ratna belongs to a big town and is an expert in playing musical instruments like veena and harmonium. Thus, he decides to call Ratna deliberately when Ranga was visiting. Upon seeing Ratna, she mesmerizes Ranga. However, the narrator plays a game and lies to Ranga that she is married. This disappoints Ranga as he starts liking her. As per the narrator’s plan, he takes Ranga to an astrologer. Ranga has already made arrangements with astrologer and everything was pre-planned. So, the astrologer asks questions to Ranga which helps him admit the fact that he likes Ratna. The problem of her marriage was at the head. Nonetheless, the astrologer tells Ranga that he is in love with a girl whose name resembles Ratna. Upon hearing this, Ranga gets very happy, but sad again because she is not available. Thus, upon confirmation that Ranga loves Ratna, he decides to set up their marriage. The narrator goes to Ratna’s house to ask her hand in marriage for Ranga. Finally, the story fast forwards to ten years later. Ranga is visiting the narrator to his son’s third birthday. We learn that Ranga and Ratna got married and Ranga named their son after the narrator, who made the marriage happen. Conclusion of Ranga’s Marriage To sum up, Ranga’s Marriage Summary, we learn about the beauty of a quaint village and its customs and traditions, plus it highlights the struggle to reserve our culture against westernization
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