The second historical novel by celebrated Kannada author S.L. Bhyrappa, .. Avarana was a fantastic read for me who is a product or a victim of the history. AVARANA -Three Reviews of pa’s famous novel on Jihadi destructions in India. – Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for. Aavarana: The Veil | S.L. Bhyrappa. Blind faith. Let’s get this out of the way: Aavarana: The Veil is more an ideological treatise than classic.

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Aavarana is a thought provoking and compelling read.

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None of it was substantial enough to form an opinion. And finally, I don’t know if any writer can escape this – but a few characters and situations in AvaraNa seemed like callbacks to older works of Bhyrappa.

It has certainly provoked me to read this one. One of the best books I’ve read Quickly, about twenty pages into the book, I forgot that it was a translation. I am sure I will read this one again in a few years, it is going in my perma It is apparent from the very beginning that this is a lofty book that zl you question the nuances of religions you see around you. Mar 16, Akshay rated it it was amazing. Great work by Sandeep in translation. Consequently, his characters are deeply rooted in Indian soil.

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But you see here in India, the banning of Sati, the untouchables in the mainstream, bhyfappa and tolerating all other religions and living together. If I am not wrong we would have read a few paragraphs about Harihara and Bukka and then a paragraph or two about Sri Krishnadeva raya.

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Hopefully it happens with all sections of soceity! Infact to be honest I was happy reading the other books of our Byrappa but while reading aavarana, I got a bit too emotional 3 times s, in no second I had tears, donno if its the involvement in the story or the facts that touched my heart[ I wouldnt like to mention what parts as we can know it after reading the novels ourselves].

Lists with This Book. But i learnt from islam to respect other religions also. Sandhya – Your observation regarding Lakshmi and Katyayani is interesting. Ingredients for Main Dish: Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

It throws a perspective on the history things we see today. The Kannada novel “Aavarana” by S. He has bashed orthodox in both the religions mercilessly.

The novel raises pertinent and searching questions about religion, liberalism and identity and highlights the importance of unshackling oneself from the bonds of false knowledge. Of course, he is not an honest man as well.


ಆವರಣ [Aavarana] by S.L. Bhyrappa

However, things change for the worse, and she discovers a different side to Amir. There is a layered story telling, present times and Mughal era. And indeed his work will be appreciated only by a matured mind with openness to all views.

It is not an anti-Islam or a pro Hindu book.

ಆವರಣ [Aavarana]

We are flawed, shortsighted, that’s is what we should acknoledge and therein find a way across the ilusion and into All. Also, Bhyrappa doesn’t need any cheap popularity. The novel in some parts gives insights of how Islam was spread in Hindu predominated old India.

The delusion lies in believing that our different practices separate us under the eyes of The One. This is similar to the spirit in which he wrote against Girish Karnad’s glorification of Tipu Sultan as a national hero. Honestly I had to skip few pages wl the beginning avarama the reality was too harsh to bear – but I caught up and now conclude that this is a great read with lot of facts for wl.

Is it the effect of natural conditions Extreme heat which prevail in subcontinent which make us more lethargic and complacent? Want to Read Currently Reading Read.