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Haylee dH fewense chapters an old character suddenly reappears I never could imagine that using only a tamarind tree one can cover such turmoil such transformations such myths and emotions It is simply mind blowing I felt the loss of the tree at the end is painful than the loss of a person s life The tamarind tree in a way symbolizes the city s life its culture and everything Its transformation is parallel to the city livesAt places it s uproariously funny at others it can move you to tears and at many places it "Is Highly Philosophical And "highly philosophical And the complete novel it epicts natural lives at its novel it epicts Natural Lives At Its Most Cruel And lives at its most cruel and form I m still at awe to see all of these have been achieved within merely 210 pagesPS I have ordered all the translated work of Sundara Ramaswamy available by now What a perfect book to read in perfect time With all the current political Hijacking the Brain dramas going on and we with or without our knowledge playingifferent roles in it this book just shows how we are persuaded into such situation and helps one to compare generations with the level of complicationsOru Puliyamarathin Kathai is a story centered around a tamarind tree that stood as a mute witness to the changes happened around it for generations In the first half of the book the narrator narrates stories that he heard from his old companion who had mastered in art of story telling These stories range from the innocence of King of Travancore to latest modernization he was able to experience In the later part the narrator talks about the further changes and challenges in there that his friend fortunately failed to witnessThe writing appears uite hard for people who are not from the region but once you could follow it this is absolutely enjoyable with its 僕のヒーローアカデミア 3-4 dialects and metaphors Vividescriptions of the landscapes personally helped me to understand where exactly the story took place and how the place was years ago And finally I read a book where I have known and been to every avenue mentioned in it Story telling takes a The Path to Gay Rights different form in it Originally intended to tell you a story of a tamarind tree but beautifully adds stories after stories of greed personalisputes and how these played role in changes in society This book is too ambitious to consider it as regular literary work. Pages isbn 9788190467339 format Paperback and others and has a text language like Tami. ,
ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதைWith title I got to think that the book is going "to explain etails and history of a tree The thought was "explain etails and history of a tree The thought was Gendered Citizenships different and was fascinated on how the author is going to take us through the history The book in the starting was as per the thought and through 3rd person explains about the tree It was completelyealing with tree the change in environment around it history around it the happenings around the tree and the changes that tree has seen through At the point where I was expecting the story to *take some twist and turn it shifts completely and moves away * some twist and turn it shifts completely and moves away tree After the first uarter for the rest of the story it is not oru puliyamarathu kadhai rather it was oru puliyamaranthai kondra The writing and the narrative is good especially blending well with the regional ialect and accent The story revolves around the one Tamarind tree that stood for generations the people who came and went etc One of the greatest Tamil Novels I have read Sundara Ramasamy broken all the barriers of a novel It had taken sometime before I realised he is into the main story A wonderful book and a great read for "Those Who Know Tamil The "who know Tamil The of a Tamarind tree which stands while everything around it the people buildings everything fades away when at last the tree itself ies Though a bit innovative in the way it tells the stories connected with the tree in its form it is Singing the Law difficult to call it a novel The plot wanders too much and when you are at last empathizing with a character heshemostly heisappears Only the Tamarind Tree remains as a constant characterAnd I seriously can t understand why the translator idn t translate the title Puliyamarathin Kadhai into Story of a Tamarind Tree Those who know Tamil will find that the English title is irritatingly absurd This book is probably the original idea behind PaRanjith s Madras where the wall is an element of the story Oru Puliyamarathin Kadhai Story of a tamarind tree is about the symbolism of the tree to the larger society Every tree would have it s own story especially those that became bus stops and landmarks This book keeps it as a reference to narrate the story of the area Starting with familiar characters from the earlier books we hear fables and hearsay stories When it actually moves on to the politics. 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Of the time between two shop owners the Indian "FREEDOM MOVEMENT AND THE PAID JOURNALISM THE TREE IS "movement and the paid journalism the tree is a reference It s significance changes every two chapter The ialect of Tirunelveli is uniue though the crass comm Superb story flow without any break And very pleased to read the Tirunelveli slang It was bit tough to read and follow the story at the starting but gradually become easy and interesting Like English book I was using ictionary words given in last pages It is good novel The novel is all about a Tamarind tree and people their behaviors around the tamarind tree in Nagercoil area How and people their behaviors around the tamarind tree in Nagercoil area How lives I ve got to live before I finish this book The book covers a lot of vivid characters and their notions centered around a tamarind tree indifferently sustaining to the changes happening around it for generations of varied perceptiveness With such richness in the local ialect phrases and metaphorical elements the experience is something elusionally wondrous I ve seen too many elements in other works of people but not at this level of profundity with surprising elements as well Lot of passages stumbled me to stop for a moment or even ays rereading the same excerpts and well Lot of passages stumbled me to stop for a moment or even Literature of Africa days rereading the same excerpts and at the wall smiling and pondering things on life Not every bookoes that thingThough it might seem or sound ambitious it s the best Tamil book I ve read till now as I haven t read many books in Tamil but still I hope it remains over my top collection It is always an extreme pleasure when you suddenly iscover a book that isi Indian novelii Originally written in a regional language Tamiliii Translated and published as Penguin Modern Classiciv Considered one of the masterpieces of Tamil Literature and therefore of Indian literature and still almost no review in GoodreadsThis is a wonderful novel I on t remember the last time I read something so purely Indian simple and yet Crossing the color line in American politics and African American literature deeply moving Though it seems the central character is Damodar Asan only few parts of the novel actually try to focus on him The side characters arerawn beautifully and seemed neat and still I never felt I need to know about Asan something very very rare in literature Next is though on surface it seems simple it is highly structured with one story trails off to another one and after going throug. ?ந்தர ராமசாமி Sundara Ramasamy This is the best favorite book 223. .



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