Dr. S. L. Bhyrappa (Indian Kannada author) · Muslims. What are an average Muslim’s views on S L Bhyarappa’s novel “Avarana (Kannada)” or “Aavarana: The Veil What do you like or don’t like about the book Yaana by S L. Results 1 – 20 of 20 Crossing Over Translation Of Kannada Novel Datu. EAN; Publisher: Br Publishing Corporation / Brpc. Availability – Out of. Aavarana: The Veil and millions of other books are available for instant Sold by : Keystone books .. I’ll read the original Kannada version of Avarana soon.
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ಆವರಣ [Aavarana] by S.L. Bhyrappa
Hence, the book is a must read for anyone with some basic understanding of common sense and balance who would like to know the extent to which lies have been fed in avaraan name of history in India. The novel was a bestseller in Kannada, Gujarati, Tamil and other vernacular languages.
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I would highly recommend it! However, what should we say about the people who wilfully distort history and present it to the masses in a way it suits their needs? But aavrana after being that, last book of Anantha was sold for copies. Aug 08, Prashanth Vaidyaraj rated it it was amazing. Is there a translation in Telugu? Sumana Mukherjee, in her review of the book for Mintwrote: Why Shop at SapnaOnline. As a novel, it works at so many levels and Bhyrappa creates a time machine through which we learn about history and the present.
You will feel the cruelty of muslim emporers.
A woman bkok the mouthpiece. This book is a well researched treatise told in the former of a story involving an inter-religious couple and the hardship they face.
Sadly this what we see even in the present times, how the humanities space is taken over by people who believe in a certain kind of an ideology and anyone who has counter views is not welcome.
This sets Lakshmi on a journey to uncover India’s history of religion, caste, and creed. This book only goes on to strengthen how tolerant and accepting an Indian culture is and how well the world has exploited it. It try to reveal history which was hidden.
This book should be a textbook and should be made a compulsary read. Have doubts regarding this product? He has trekked in the Alps, the Rockies, Andes and in Fujiama, but the Himalayas remain his greatest passion. Hence no need to hide the cruel truth.
It touches upon many eras of Indian history, forcing you at times to do your own research before you proceed. Sandeep Balakrishna therefore deserves a special mention although I didn’t quite like him using the word “Lungi” for what covered the pot that contained the ashes of Sastri Sr. We must acc The act of concealing truth in Sanskrit is called “Aavarana”!!!. I thoroughly enjoyed the book.
Why should we be interested in the lives of the people who ruled the nationsbuilt great monuments and were the originators of various customs and rituals?
The question lingers as to how can the author justify a character like that, though at the end the author not only justifies it but does it in way that leaves no doubt in readers mind. Prasanna K 23 Dec, A Study in Correlations, Baroda: In this process she is abandoned by her husband and friends. View all 4 comments. Well, once we begin to read history are we sure that we are reading the correct version of it. Written in very simple English. One of the best of S. This book takes on a brave stand with unflinching truth on the atrocities and its consequences on the Indian culture.
There has been accusations that Bhyrappa is a Hindu fundamentalist who wants to divide society on the basis of history, an allegation which Bhyrappa himself anticipates and tries to refute in the novel.
Many prominent intellectuals believe Aavarana dangerously advanced the fundamentalist agenda by tilting at the windmills of history, and that it seeks to divide society on communal lines. It is for the readers to decide. After marriage, her troubles with the husband due to religious incompa Aavarana is a thought provoking and compelling read.
What is the name of the book? There were few instances when I couldn’t continue reading and had to just stop. Open Preview See a Problem? The author manages to transport you both in time and space. Jun 09, Arjun Pradhan rated it it was amazing. The book closes with the words of Swami Vivekananda on the dangers of stumbling upon an inspired superconscious state without undertaking yogic discipline.
Quickly, about twenty pages into the book, I forgot that it was a translation. Jan 29, Anirudh rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 21, Naveen Gopalakrishna rated it it was amazing. Out of my interest, I have studied history and my findings have resulted in a creative piece of work.
Reading this book was indeed an educative experience for me.