The article by Serena Nanda is very interesting especially to people who are completely against the arranged marriages. They must feel that the person they have found for their son or daughter is perfect.
Marriage is a social practice so people may feel different about any social phenomena that come from different society. As I also like such marriage are arranged differently according to different castes, religions and cultures are arranged differently according to different castes, religions and cultural groups.
Family members, especially parents are much concerned with the individuals being married. As she used to think marriage like in American and European countries, she found very difficult in India.
It is their son or daughter who will be married thus, keeping them out of the picture in terms of romance. In this essay, Serena Nanda discusses the marriage process practiced in India.
Another thing that helped me change my mind about the idea of arrange marriages was the interview with Sita Any new matchmaker cannot do his her job, who is from different society. In India, parents choose partner of their child. It keeps things interesting. This essay is a detail of the process of finding a suitable girl for a boy to marriage.
She had arranged many marriages in America, so she thought she would try one in India. Another girl was rejected because of her weight and that she wore glasses. In India arranged marriages are practiced than other types of marriages. It gives great pleasure to the students or researchers.
She found the custom oppressive for she is a young American woman which culture differs from India.
In India, the parents spend years looking for the right man or woman for their child. Parents want their child to be with somebody who looks good.
She always has been captivated by the stories people tell and by the tapestry of human diversity.
Educated people are sometimes good, but for a woman, education and independence can be seen as a negative. The writer visits many times India and she has made many friends there. They have to go through a long process in finding the suitable marriage partner for their son and daughter.
Personal choice is also a part of if arranging a marriage. Although it is odd and strange for Americans, it is cultural and social norms and value of Indian people.
Then Serena realized why arranged marriages lasted so long in India Conclusion Serena Nanda seemed to be happy and convinced with the Indian practice in the end of her article.
It is surprising, that fixed marriages still exist nowadays. In America, marriages are soon broken in divorce but the marriages lasted lifetime in India. It is written by an American woman from the point of view of western eye about eastern culture. I also believe in arranged marriage because I have seen many failure love marriages and successful arrange marriages too.
They have to go through a long process in finding the suitable marriage partner for their son and daughter. They realize that once the kids are married, they will become part of the other family. In India, marriage is thought to be for life, and the divorce rate is extremely low for only 1.
Introduction Serena Nanda presented a matrimonial advertisement from India Abroad in her article about arranged marriages in India. In India and in Nepal, the parents look for the appropriate man or woman for their son and daughter.
One of her friends in India had a son. In America, that idea is rarely seen but still out there. We depend on our relatives who know everything about families.
She enjoyed attending a marriage ceremony and being a matchmaker too. She learned many things during the process.
It takes time to figure out exactly who a person is, and being married may speed the process up a little. There is also match making process in India to find out match able person. Most Indians are protecting their family to preserve their culture.
Before reading the article, I was the type of person who was completely against arranged marriages.Flax-Golden Tales Arranging a Marriage In India Four Levels of Interactions Serena Nanda For: BA / BBS First Year (Business English) Literal Comprehension: In this essay, Serena Nanda discusses the marriage process practiced in India.
In India arranged marriages are practiced than other types of marriages. It hits us on a personal level because if we think about it somewhere down the line someone in our heritage probably was apart of a culture that's custom was arranged marriages Didactic In this story Serena Nanda really tries to teach us and open our eyes up to custom of arranging marriages because.
Oct 26, · When I first saw the title of this article by Serena Nanda, I actually thought it would be interesting. It turns out that I was right.
Before reading the article, I was the type of person who was completely against arranged marriages. 1 Article 20 Arranging a Marriage in India Serena Nanda John Jay College of Criminal Justice Sister and doctor brother-in-law invite correspondence from North. Serena Nanda, a prominent anthropologist, composed an essay about how the Indian culture arranges marriages.
In this essay titled "Arranging a Marriage in India," she talks about her interviews with many young adults and her friend, taking place in India/5(3). SEX AND MARRIAGE Arranging a Marriage in India Serena Nanda John Jay College of Criminal Justice Serena Nanda, who earned her Ph.D.
at New York University inis now a professor.Download