The Bride Who Would Not Burn A Play on Dowry Deaths in India (PDF ebook) by Rajesh Talwar



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  1. says:

    This book is well written and entertaining no to mention educational I like the characters and the how the autho

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    Ravinder is an eligible boy who manages a shop along with his father in Ghaziabad He and his family are extremely impressed by the wealth and lavish lifestyle of Poonam a girl he is shown for an arranged marriage They have secret expectations of a fat dowry from her widowed mother Mrs Bajaj and hope to use the dowry to set up another shop in a posh commercial area of GhaziabadBut Mrs Bajaj has deliberately hidden her true financi

  3. says:

    I’m not someone who likes to read plays Most of the time I just get lost This one was very different The Bride

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    The author writes really well His forte is to write with a sense of humour and I love that about him But these comments about Girls

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summary õ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Rajesh Talwar

N expensive commercial area Poonam’s mother Mrs Bajaj has hidden her financial status from the family her daughter is marrying into When that family’s expectations of a large dowry are not met things turn sour Very sour And they are now about to turn smoky and acrid a. Ravinder is an eligible boy who manages a shop along with his father in Ghaziabad He and his family are extremely impressed by the wealth and lavish lifestyle of Poonam a girl he is shown for an arranged marriage They have secret expectations of a fat dowry from her widowed mother Mrs Bajaj and hope to use the dowry to set up another shop in a posh commercial area of GhaziabadBut Mrs Bajaj has deliberately hidden her true financial status from themPost marriage when expectations are not met and the truth about Poonam s financial status tumbles out Ravinder s mother hatches a plan to set her daughter in law on fire and pass it off as an accident and after a decent mourn

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The Bride Who Would Not Burn A Play on Dowry Deaths in India

Young and attractive Poonam who lives in Model Town Delhi has an arranged marriage with Ravinder who manages a shop together with his father in Ghaziabad The boy’s family have expectations of a fat dowry from the marriage Ravinder hopes to set up shop independently in a. This book is well written and entertaining no to mention educational I like the characters and the how the author imbues them with emotion and personality A great read

summary õ eBook or Kindle ePUB ☆ Rajesh Talwar

S Mrs Arora the mother in law starts to scheme and plan on how to use a kerosene stove to get rid of her daughter in law Will Mrs Arora succeed in her designs or will Poonam escape an attempt on her life This is a very serious theme but the play is written out like a come. I m not someone who likes to read plays Most of the time I just get lost This one was very different The Bride Who Would Not Burn is a play which talks about a big issue in a nice humorous way This is a story is an Indian girl called Poonam Bajaj who like a lot of other girls follows her parents and gets married to Ravinder Arora Their match was not made in heaven but was made by a nearby Pundit priest whose entire interest is to fill his pockets and has no interest in look at compatibilities of the two individuals Like any other Indian wedding it is a marriage of the families than two individuals Rajesh Talwar has tried to educate the readers of a serious issue in a re