Ranga Marriage Masti Venkatesha lyengar PRESENTED BY GURSIMAR KAUR
Ranga's Marriage Ranga, the accountant's son, is one of the rare breed among the village folk who has been to the city to pursue his studies. When he returns to his village from the city of Bangalore, the crowd mills around his house to s hangea changed or not. His ideas about marriage and now quite different -- or are they? ee whether he has c
Summary Ranga lives in Hosahalli, a village in Mysore. Like many other cultural aspects artistically portrayed by the author the custom of child marriage too is typical to this village. Ten years ago when the village accountant sent his son Ranga to Bangalore for studies, the situation in the village was different. People never used English words while talking in Kannada, their mother tongue. But now they do it with pride.
Now people are so fond of the foreign lanquage and education that Ranga's homecoming from Bangalore is made a big affair. People crowd his house to see if he has changed. To their dismay, he was still the same old Ranga and they left disappointed. However the narrator stayed back and shared a few jokes with the boy and the left. Later in the afternoon Ranga arrived at the narrator's home with few oranges. The narrator judged the boy and felt it appropriate to marry such a well educated and humble boy. However Ranga had no plans to settle as a married man. Wawanted to get married to someone who is mature and whom he admired. Ranga left and the narrator decided that he would get him married. Determined, he began considering Rama Rao's niece as a suitable bride for Ranga.
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