- Hardcover: 280 pages
- Publisher: Sapna Book House; 12 edition (2012)
- Language: Kannada
- ISBN-10: 817285062X
- ISBN-13: 978-8172850623
- Product Dimensions: 10 x 10 x 1 cm
- Average Customer Review: 23 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #17,050 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Mukajjiya Kanasugalu: Gnyaanapeeta Prashasthi Puraskrutha Kaadambari (Kannada) Hardcover – 2012
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Description for Mukajjiya Kanasugalu: Gnyaanapeeta Prashasthi Puraskrutha Kaadambari
Set in village called "Mooduru",the novel revolves around main two characters Mookajji and his grandson Subbraya. Subbraya represents the doubts that are araised among human beings about the god and other traditions.Mookajji is a widow aged about 80,who lost her husband at the age of ten years.The grandmother character in this book has got some supernatural power of telling the truth about the things that are going to happen and those which are happened already.Although other characters are there,the author used them effectively to convey his theme
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I bought the hardcover one. it can fit in your front zip of your backpack. keep this as a companion, grandma tell some interesting stories. she can predict too which makes it amazing, because story takes place in a remote south Indian hill station. where people like old grandma are neglected in social talks.
it may be bit boring in the middle as author try to introduce characters. once the story kicks in, you never know where you are.
It has won national award, so I stop my comments here. go enjoy the book, what you pay is nothing to what you get out of it.
Get a hardcover one, it has nice and smooth finish, makes you feel like reading more.
Mookajjiya Kanasugalu: Gnyaanapeeta Prashasthi Puraskrutha Kaadambari
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