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1There are three generations in my family, my grandparents, my parents, and myself and my brother. My grandparents have three sons. From these three different generations, I choose my grandfather - Pravin, my mother- Reshma and my brother- Shan for this family narrative research paper. The reason I want these three different family members from three different generations because I think they all have different beliefs and values based on their production — for example, some trust in marrying at an early age, 12 or 13. My grandfather was born on November 7, 1950, in India. My grandparents have three sons. My mother, Reshma, was born onJuly 20, 1972, in India. She has two children, me and my brother Shan. I am an elder child in my family. I was born on May 4, 1999, in India. Shan was born on October 5, 2006. He was born in the united states of America. I interviewed three different family members from three different generations they are Reshma, Pravin and Shan. Family, Marriage, and Religion are the three subject areas I choose for the family narrative research paper. I consider that writing about my family narrative research paper, I will get a chance to represent my ancestors and will help me to build a sense of family knowing about their own beliefs and values.First, Mothers are highly responsible women. They certainly play a significant role in the upbringing of a child. Most noteworthy, mothers play a huge role in determining a child’s attitude. Whether a child will be good or evil in the future depends upon the mother. The moral values taught by the mother probably play a huge role. Individuals often remember their mother’s values until old age. Hence, the mother is responsible for the well-being of society. The future of society in a significant way is the result of a mother’s teaching.
2I will start with my mother, Reshma. She was born on July 29, 1972, in Anand, Gujarat, India. Reshma finished her college in 1993 and got married on June 11, 1995. When asked about her marriage, she told it was an arranged marriage, and if she has given a choice to choose between arranged marriage and love marriage, she will want an arranged marriage. Many Indian women consider an arranged marriage the best way out of a heartbreak. “It is almost like a rebound effect” (Gangopadhyay). Reshma also states that according to her, “Parents Know best” because Women in India feel more assured of their family’s support if they marry men chosen bythe parents. “The combined wisdom of family members allows young women to feel more secure. If there should be an issue, they assume the entire family will mobilize to solve the problem” (Rao). According to Reshma she believed by obeying my religion and my parents' option, my life after marriage will get blessing and happiness regards which I got after marriage. Nowadays,with the social dynamic changes in technology and globalization, this may not be the best options for some people. Well, as we can see, by internet specifically in social website like Facebook, there are offering a large number in provides them to look for a spouse. I believed; our

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