9 Books *Every* Girl Should Read Before She Gets Married!

This timeless classic reveals that the concerns of 18th-century English countryside families weren't so different from modern Indian families – it's all about marriage!

1. "Pride and Prejudice" by Jane Austen

Based on the author's own love story, this book follows the journey of two families from different parts of India trying to unite for a marriage.

2. "2 States" by Chetan Bhagat

While somewhat outdated, it's a guide to making sex enjoyable and adventurous.

3. "The Kamasutra"

Written by a father-son therapist duo, this book delves into creating intimacy in relationships.

4. "The Art of Intimacy" by Thomas Patrick Malone and Patrick Thomas Malone

This true story explores past lives and soul mates, discovered through past life regression.

5. "Only Love is Real" by Dr. Brian Weiss

This book explores mating and marriage from a biological and evolutionary perspective, revealing that love's initial infatuation is just a chemical reaction.

6. "Anatomy of Love" by Helen Fisher

Set in post-independence India, this epic novel touches on the search for a suitable groom, among other aspects of Indian society.

7. "A Suitable Boy" by Vikram Seth

This semi-autobiographical story celebrates love and hope and is dedicated to the author's wife.

8. "The English Teacher" by R. K. Narayan

This novel explores mental illness, enduring love, and a unique marriage, reminding us that love is always a bit unpredictable.

9. "The Em and The Big Hoom" by Jerry Pinto