14 Jun 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. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Dr. S.L. Bhyrappa is widely regarded as the greatest living Avarana the veil is realistic non – romanticised portrayal of Hindu /Muslim relationship in India, how it was in past how it is in present and what. Aavaran: The Veil [S.L. Bhyrappa, Sandeep Balakrishna] on * FREE* I’ll read the original Kannada version of Avarana soon. Sandeep B has .
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Though there was so many opposing to this book, truth of what had happened those days will never fade.
Book Review | Aavarana: The Veil
He is also rich enough to not write books for money. Through the s and s, while he lived in Gujarat, New Delhi and Mysore, Bhyrappa wrote prolifically, shifting at will from the contemporary to the historical, and urban to rural settings. My only hope avaranaa that this does not lead to some more mindless violence and yet another idiotic book ban. There’s a problem loading this menu right now. Dl also shows how disconnected and ignorant Indians especially the Hindu community are with regards to their history.
The good news is this – this book has not been banned as yet, and reading bhyrapoa is enjoyable, if not fun. Is this book available in English or Hindi? I am sure Avqrana will read this one again in a few years, it is going in my perma It is apparent from the very beginning avarnaa this is a lofty book that makes you question the nuances of religions you see around you.
Feb 28, Jyothi Sunnadkal rated it really liked it. Bhyrappa, recently translated into English avqrana Sandeep Balakrishna, therefore, is one of the few revolutionary novels that deals with an explosive storyline in times where political correctness dominates the public discourse. This in itself is a admirable work by Byarappa.
That argument about the avarxna power of gods, though childish, can provoke some serious thought. Even in india vaishnavites massacred shaivites for their political gain Great work by Sandeep in translation. Students are allowed to make up their minds after weighing arguments all the sides present. The story itself is plausible; a work of fiction it may be, but I can very much see it happening somewhere in the country.
Inafter having won the Sahitya Akademi award for Daatu qvarana, his novel about caste, Bhyrappa published the work that defines him for many readers: The novel of what I have read so far In my opinion, the historical background is only a canvas, is about the current society. Best Historical fiction I have ever read. How did they treat people of their ilke? Is anyone aware whether this book is available in other languages.
Thanks for your good words as well. You will emerge, with clearer vision grounded in reality.
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One person found this helpful. I read the English translation. This book should be read in that context and not “Hindu-Muslim” relations or what happened during muslim rule. In these circumstances, seeking truth in textbooks or newspapers is an an exercise in futility, to say the least. I have respect for all the religions. If u come to common people, they do live in harmony depending on each other irrespective of the religions and faiths. I was introduced to Dr. My only concern is, readers of our generation young and open-minded should at least be able to look at the issue objectively and not emotionally.
But I was too slow to read in Kannada.
Its difficult to give a full review or discuss the book without giving away the plot. I am very much interested to read after the marvellous review post.
Bhyrappa [Translated By Sandeep Balakrishna]. The greater purpose of art is to reveal a truth and SL Bhyrappa has achieved that in his novel.
This is an absolute tour de force on the realities of a period of Indian history, woven bhyfappa into the life and work of the protagonist. Poses pertinent and sensitive questions from India’s history of sultanate rule. While reading Avarana I had so many questions going inside my head.
Bhyrappa could have written it better. Its about – Doing away with meaningless customs in the present situation irrespective of the religions and learning the real essence of religion — live and let live. Aav The act of concealing bhrappa in Sanskrit is called “Aavarana” while the act of projecting lies is known as “vikshepa”. Perhaps, that is where the literary merit of the book lies.