Bachelor'$ Marriage

Leadstart Publishing PvtLtd
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 Can you really be in love with two people at the same time? 17-year-old, Punekar Sujay is a simple, religious guy who belongs to a family for whom prestige and one's image in the society are of utmost importance. For his orthodox family, concepts like love, attraction and (god forbid!) girlfriends do not exist; there are only arranged marriages because your family knows best. And so all his life, Sujay has believed that love doesn't strike you as a teenager. But when an unusual misfortune brings spunky and quirky Gunjan into Sujay's life, he has no idea how amazingly complicated his life is going to get; because his mother has already promised him to be wed to the sundar and susheel Jyoti.  Every time Sujay tries to make a decision, he can't, because he really is in love with both Gunjan and Jyoti. And that is not how life functions - certainly not his family. Will he be able to get out of this mess? Or will the mess really take over his life? Only time can tell.Bachelor'$ Marriage is a story about love, friendship, family and what it means to really grow up.
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 Akshat Solanki, 20-years-old, spends most of his time learning about his family business. He wants to pursue an MBA from one of the top universities in the world after graduation from NMIMS University, where he is currently studying to become an engineer. He aspires to become a successful combination of an innovator and an entrepreneur. He likes reading novels, writing, going to the gym, cycling, travelling and discussing social issues with friends. His favourite writers are Jane Austen, Agatha Christie and Dan Brown. Akshat currently lives in Pune and is working on a sequel to Bachelor’$ Marriage. He can be reached at Facebook - www.facebook.com/BachelorsMarriage, Twitter - @akshatpt95 @akshatprsolanki

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Publisher
Leadstart Publishing PvtLtd
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Published on
Apr 29, 2015
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Pages
288
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ISBN
9789352013104
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Language
English
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Genres
Family & Relationships / Love & Romance
Fiction / Romance / General
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