Serena Nanda's Arranging A Marriage

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“Arranging a Marriage” by Serena Nanda is a true story that occurred in India. The narrator tells us how marriage is arranged in India. The author tried to help her Indian friend to find a wife for her son. Throughout helping Nanda found that was not so easy to find a good match for her friend’s son. Nanda illustrates the importance of compatibility an arranged Indian weddings. In India almost all weddings are arranged by parents; As Nanda mentions, “I must let my parents choose a boy for me because here we have a chance to enjoy our life and let our parents to do this work and warring for us” (479), a quote from an educated Indian girl. But in the US, American parents rarely arrange the marriage their children. Nanda compares and contrasts
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