In Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Namesake, the protagonist Gogol Ganguli is struck by the difference 'tween the marriages of his parents and that of his American girlfriend. In all his life, “he has never witnessed a single moment of somatic affection between his parents”. That absence of the material showing of affection is one of the many things that writer would have to come to terms with as he traverses the difference 'tween the Indian culture of his family and the land way of living around him. Gogol’s parents were marital in the 1960s, when most Indian couples would not even code their partners by name, so perhaps their attitudes were in ownership with the times.
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