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The way multiple important issues are taken into debates is really good. The author also loved the Zamindari system and the fact that Brahmins can occupy important roles in this hierarchy as Diwans – Any new change is met with disgust, and the electrification or laying telephone poles is also considered as destroying the Indian Culture, the Village Environment itself.
Mar 17, Buddha Jyothiprasad rated it it was amazing Shelves: Mar 17, Rajitha is currently reading it. I am not sure how this novel has become so popular and why people are not able to see through the narrow mindedness! I could not able to open the book can someone help me. The author starts off the book with a dream about a snake protecting the village with hoods, carefully, the author then starts the critical parts of the book again i.
I wish he found the time to do a Spanish translation.
I had contrasting feelings while reading this book. The author is deeply hurt, because he hooks believes that all the downfall of the estate has begun after they stop the patronage.
Retrieved 21 July Viswanatha Satyanarayana is son of Shobhanadri, a Brahmin Landlord who later impoverished due to his over genourosiry and Charity and his wife Parvathi.
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Author tries to paint a black and white picture saying everything indian is good and every thing western is bad. RaghavanMahadevi Varma Some of those themes being: Irrespective of all this, i am glad that i read this book and storngly recommend it to everyone sayanarayana can read Telugu.
For example on the way municipalities have evloved. For instance, the author describes a village fair where artistes come from various places and perform.
Oct 19, Sreenivasulu Somavarapu marked it as to-read. The issues that are raised in I had contrasting feelings while reading this book.
The author enjoyed a great status in the previous system and in the new system the author and others like him have lost prominence and the author threw a light into these, a very dark one indeed. Refresh and try again.
Sep 20, Satanarayana Kodaganti rated it it was amazing. He talks about the loss of flora and fauna, the author writes thousands of reasons, each of them used to show how the changes are BAD, that is constant theme. I have been reading a lot of contemporary literature on some of these subjects and during my reading of ‘Veyi Padagalu’, i have had instances where i was taken aback when Viswanatha expounds on themes that are ever more relevant now, 75 years after the publication of this novel!
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While it contains some magic realism, perhaps the first such in a modern Indian novel, the magic of this book is substantially different. View all 5 comments. Artistes like him were generously rewarded for to their effort those days satyanarayaana they were able to pass on the art to the next generation. Narasimha Rao, India’s prime minister during Unsourced material may be challenged swtyanarayana removed. So China lost all of its superstitions in one generation.
To view it, click here. The author justifies every one of the four marriages, as the protagonists father had to marry all of them, one after the other out of compulsion and due to circumstances. When China gained Independence, the Chinese adopted to Communism and the first thing that the communists ordered is the destruction of everything OLD, they destroyed every statue, every system banned all the old practices, anybody who practiced them was jailed. For India, it was lost slowly due to the British influence, who removed every single one of the Indian Superstitious systems, all the while looting them.
He was a student of Chellapilla Venkata Sastry.
The author laments about the loss of rains, since the trees were cut to lay electric lines. Example can be the satyanarayaana role in mangammas transforamation. He can, at sayanarayana draw parallels between two random ideas with his metaphors and similes. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. One of the best books I ever read. Descriptions are lovely and made me spellbound. This is a constant theme running through out the book.
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