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  1. says:

    Haridwar what does that name bring up as an image to your mind ? The sacred and the mysterious adobe of the gods according to lore it is one of the holiest places for Hinduism as a religion I do not want my words to fool you for this is not a book that has traces of religion or spirituality in itIt tells you the story of a young man who comes to this vibrant and colorful place of myth half mindedly with his woman He is interested in sex smoking and prone to long winded thoughts that trample his mind to pieces This is to say that a place like Haridwar would never have caught his fancy even in the most outrageous dreams Yet he comes here and slowly the place begins to grow on him The strangeness and the muddled hallucinations hold him in their thrall and he succumbs to them helpless and infant like in his powerlessness On an overall note this wasn't Mukundan's best work but I loved it for the images it left in my mind They are full of color that threaten to burst at the seams and pour forth into my mind PS The title means The bells toll at Haridwar


  2. says:

    I knew I wouldn't enjoy this bookBut I had to read it for a projectThere were so many things that annoyed me so much during the entire experienceThe book focused a lot on drugs and how it can destroy one's life but it was not executed wellI wanted to see of Haridwar but sadly there was very littleThe characters were horribleI hated RameshHe was a self absorbed snob and Suja no betterI did not learn any lesson or values on spirituality from this book and also felt this romanticizing a lot of thingsThis is an honest opinion and I have nothing against the people who loved or agreed to this book


  3. says:

    Donno what to say after reading it To be frank I am always pessimistic regarding works which concentrates on pilgrim sites some geographical unit which has some supernatural or transcendental significance The same pattern can be seen in this novel as well somewhat similar to OV Vijayan's Gurusagaram or so Then I just thought it is something like a recipe that we usually see in cookery shows; one teaspoon of salt and so on If you read carefully it will be like some bhang or any other narcotics some Sanskrit slokas some puranas and a girl probably a lover with a sexual nature and a hero who is not worldly getting pleasures from sex liuor cigars and all He has very good knowledge in puranas and the Sanatana Dharma but initially looks at those with a suspicious eye but later finds solace in it


  4. says:

    oru manushyante pachayaya avasthaoru vaaku kondu polum virasatha thonnillama one of great wish s to meet MMukundanhe is ma fav writer too


  5. says:

    A self absorbed man with drug dependence and his weekend trip to Haridwar that changes his life forever ? A hopelessly naive woman who is deeply in love with him enables his addiction Is there a spiritual side to the story ? Sort of I found it extremely hard not to be judgemental towards the central character and cringed when he wallowed in self pity trying to find solace in addiction On the other hand maybe he always belonged to Haridwar That place probably held answers to his pain some sort of an existential angst? I did wonder what would have happened to Ramesh afterwards Did he find peace ? Or after a few stuporous weeks did he return to Delhi ? Most likely not 3 stars because despite hating Ramesh I am still wondering about him Note This rating is exclusively for the story M Mukundan is a brilliant writer as always


  6. says:

    While reading this bookI could travel through each and every word and also exposed in another world


  7. says:

    Devotion is a form of addiction Never one knows when heshe will slip into that river of silence


  8. says:

    I remembering his book Mukhundhante Kadhakal I was impressed with most of the short stories when I take this book the Character Ramesh is similar with some characters of his short stories however it was fascinating experience throughout the novel Mukhundhan had added some psychological consideration to the character but he narrated In brilliant way and I loved every lines of this novel I agree that there have had some cliche when We going through the history of Haridwar but while considering the character's specification of Ramesh it much need and can't avoidable


  9. says:

    really a great book


  10. says:

    Didnt meet my expectation


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അവർ പടവുകളിലൂടെ താഴോട്ടിറങ്ങി അഞ്ചാമത്തെ പടവിൽ ഇരുന്നു അവിടെ എണ്ണയും പുഷ്പങ്ങളും അഴുകിക്കിടന്നിരുന്നു ജലം നിറയെ ഒഴുകുന്ന പുഷ്പങ്ങളാണ്‌ അവർ കൈക്കു Donno what to say after reading it To be frank I am always pessimistic regarding works which concentrates on pilgrim sites some geographical unit which has some supernatural or transcendental significance The same pattern can be seen in this novel as well somewhat similar to OV Vijayan's Gurusagaram or so Then I just thought it is something like a recipe that we usually see in cookery shows; one teaspoon of salt and so on If you read carefully it will be like some bhang or any other narcotics some Sanskrit slokas some puranas and a girl probably a lover with a sexual nature and a hero who is not worldly getting pleasures from sex liuor cigars and all He has very good knowledge in puranas and the Sanatana Dharma but initially looks at those with a suspicious eye but later finds solace in it Informal Work Talks and Teachings you read carefully it will be like some bhang or any other narcotics some Sanskrit slokas some puranas and a girl probably a lover with a sexual nature and a hero who is not worldly getting pleasures from sex liuor cigars and all He has very good knowledge in puranas and the Sanatana Dharma but initially looks at those with a suspicious eye but later finds solace in it

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്‌ ചെയ്തത്‌ രമേശ്’‘ജീവിക്കുന്നു എന്ന പാപം’സാഹിത്ത്യത്തിന്‌ നൂതനാനുഭവം പകർന്ന എം മുകുന്ദന്റെ സർഗാത്മകതയും ദർശനവും വെളിവാക്കുന്ന ശ്രദ്ധേയമായ നോവൽ really a great book

M. Mukundan  5 Free read

മ്പിളിൽ ഗംഗാജലം കോരിക്കുടിച്ചു ഭീമസേനന്റെ ശരീരത്തിലെ ഉപ്പിന്റെ രുചിയുള്ള ജലം ‘നാം ഇന്നുമുതൽ പാപത്തിൽനിന്നു മോചിതരാണ്‌’ ‘അതിന്‌ നമ്മളെന്ത്‌ പാപമാ A self absorbed man with drug dependence and his weekend trip to Haridwar that changes his life forever A hopelessly naive woman who is deeply in love with him enables his addiction Is there a spiritual side to the story Sort of I found it extremely hard not to be judgemental towards the central character and cringed when he wallowed in self pity trying to find solace in addiction On the other hand maybe he always belonged to Haridwar That place probably held answers to his pain some sort of an existential angst I did wonder what would have happened to Ramesh afterwards Did he find peace Or after a few stuporous weeks did he return to Delhi Most likely not 3 stars because despite hating Ramesh I am still wondering about him Note This rating is exclusively for the story M Mukundan is a brilliant writer as always