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Yudhisthira: The Unfallen Pandava Paperback – Jun 2017
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Born in a suburban town in North 24 Parganas in West Bengal, in a family of academicians, Mallar Chatterjee’s childhood flame was mythology, especially the Mahabharat. The Unfallen Pandava is his debut novel. Mallar is a central government employee, presently posted in Delhi.
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The first person account works well and Chatterjee doesn’t let the flow (Kudos also to editor, Indrani Ganguly) falter at all, not even to present the facts or a contrary view for a deeper perspective.
The questions that the book leaves you with are enough to want to put the book aside and reflect on the answers if there are any.
This one was easily one of my best and most fulfilling reads. I often read the same bits over and over again, reflecting on what I had read, and in the process, absorbing fully the many snippets of wisdom and savouring the many layers it unveils without the inquisitiveness of what happens next gnawing at me.
It, truly, is a surprising insight into Yudhisthira’s life. If he were to write his autobiography I don’t think it would be much different from this.
- Brilliantly put by Mallar Chatterjee that there were battles, more tough that they fought within themselves.
Yudhisthira,The unfallen Pandava!
The prostaginust had never roused any warmth in me, not ever! Still I took to reading this book , neither with curiosity nor with any expectations, but with a cold indifference and a little malice, to be more scornful of him.
I was ready to tear apart Mallar Chatterjee for any leverage that he gave to this Pandava .But Mallar , you surprised me !
This book was about admissions , not about justifications; neither was it about glorification.
It's about the admissions of the eldest Pandav, the one who sometimes seems too burdened carrying the mantle of Dharma
It is simply the tale of the struggle and turmoil of the heir apparent! I didn't fall in love with him , I never can, but somehow he felt closer.His secret craving for Draupadi, sometimes longing to rise in her eyes above Arjun to hating her at other times , his jealousy with his own brothers especially Arjun, his admission about not being as great a warrior as his brothers, his bewilderment at being called dharma himself; yes he appeared more human!
At places he felt a little 'fallen' like me, at places a little 'unfallen' like me, I could relate to him more.
I congratulate you Mallar for writing this epic of lust , greed , jealousy, insecurities, weaknesses, racialism , casteism , nepotism and guilt...yet ironically it talks about karmas, love and peace.
It wouldn't have been easy bringing together so many emotions, stories and a thousand complex characters together. It must have been tough and an amazing feat for any editor to do justice and I could hardly find any error. Kudos to the editorial team .
Congratulations Readomania for publishing this fascinating book.