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Aimed as a Parva Kannada ಪರ್ವ is a Kannada language novel written by S L Bhyrappa based on the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata It is a non mythological retelling of the Mahabharata and is widely acclaimed as a modern classic The story of the Mahabharata in Parva is narrated.

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PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú Dr SL Bhyrappa is a litterateur par excellence He writes in the south Indian language Kannada and has been the bestselling novelist for over years now His novels are widely translated to pan Indian languages He is the bestselling novelist in Marathi over the past decade and is among the top five bestselling authors in Hindi He is a conscious artist that depicts fundamental human emotion.

ಪರ್ವ kindle ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBAimed as a Parva Kannada ಪರ್ವ is a Kannada language novel written by S L Bhyrappa based on the Sanskrit epic Mahabharata It is a non mythological retelling of the Mahabharata and is widely acclaimed as a modern classic The story of the Mahabharata in Parva is narrated.

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  1. Ashish Iyer Ashish Iyer says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBI was supposed to read this book with my friend i recommended this book to her She even bought it But unfortunately due to some circumstances we couldn't read it together I am sure she will finished it soonerAnyway for me this was the best Mahabharata book i have ever read Parva is a retelling of the Mahabharata with rare insights I love the way story went back and forth And i also admired how author used multi linear narrative Those who are my friends know how crazy i am when it comes to Bhyrappa's books No doubt why this book was my 11th book of his Bhyrappa spent five years in researching this book and he went to various places to get the feel He is expert when it comes to human relations and thought process This book makes you feel realistic and doesn't indulge in hero worshiping of any character No myths No miracles uite a rationalist book this was The way Mahabharata characters are shown as normal human beings without any superpowers is just amazingOr


  2. Versha Versha says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBI started this book out of curiosity I was curious to know what logical reasons SL Bhyrappa had tried to give in his book de mythologizing the original tale in a believable way which is uite a challenge in itself Well I must say this interpretation of Mahabharata is very practical and convincing It gives realistic reasoning to all most all


  3. Gorab Jain Gorab Jain says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUB⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐Finally Took almost 6 months to read this epic version of the epicThis is the most logical interpretation of Mahabharata I've ever readHighly recommended to read it as a secondaryWhat I loved1 No supernatural or deifying mystical powers2 Very practical approach to war how the Pandavas and Kauravas influenced different kings to favour their side in the great war war preparation strategy regarding water bodies details on sanitation and feeding the army3 Unadulterated only for adults For intense illicit relations heavy churning of thought process and emotions4 How the 5 Pandavas were born via Niyoga practice This was the best part Mahabharata will never be the same for me ever againWhat I didn't like1 Book structure No chapters titles or heading anywhere All the narration in one continous flow2 Yuyudhan's stor


  4. Anjali Anjali says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUB’Parva’ means ’Festival’ in Sanskrit And it also means chapter or lessonParva uses monologue as a techniue for the non mythological retelling of the MahabharataIt is written by acclaimed Kannada author S L Byrappa I have read this book in two languages One in the language it was originally written Kannada and in english Dr K Raghavendra Rao’s translation is not only true to the topic but also gives complete justice to the book i was afraid the original essence will be lost In Parva very character is human and every character is a complex character feeling a gamut of emotions be it jealousy anger forgiveness The phathos the beauty Pandavas fight amongst themselves as much as each of them introspects into their own lives and their decisions giving rise to several important uestions of basis of the epic There are no gods here;even Krishna is a human with great goodnes


  5. Girish Girish says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBFor the past year or so I have been trying to cover most of the books from and while I am nearing the end of that reading list this book stands out as the best demythologized version of the Mahabharata I have read so far In this book the all too familiar epic is narrated from the point of view of many of its participants each stripped of any possible divine connection and treated as flawed human beings Apart from creating extremely believable characters the author also creates a socio cultural background to the battle and its preceding events that lends it a aaahthis would have actually happened that most agnostics will welcome


  6. Em*bedded-in-books* Em*bedded-in-books* says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBIt was an epic indeed Bhyrappa successfully demystified and demythified all the holy characters for meThis version is uite believable I lives through the times especially in the past 3 days wherein I managed to finish the bulk of the book approx 60 percent I even dreamt of the happenings of the book yesternight Am too impressed and too diminished to write an appropriate reviewWould urge all Mahabharata fans to read this unless they are extremely religious and want their gods and godly beings to retain their pious aura


  7. Naveen Gopalakrishna Naveen Gopalakrishna says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBMahabharatha mythology or history This is not just a novel but an well researched book on the subject Must have won a Nobel if not written in Kannada language


  8. Sanjana Sanjana says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBBhyrappa has won both the Sahitya Akademi and Padma Shri awards for his works in Kannada and is one of both my mother’s and grandmother’s favourite authors I wish to one day read some if not all his works in Kannada The version I read was translated to English by K Raghavendra Rao While this translation is mired with awkward sentences and grammatical errors one can overlook and forgive them Parva is a retelling of Mahabharatha an epic that needs no introduction If you are an Indian kid you have been exposed to this epic and its characters in one form or the other For me it was through stories recited by my grandmother and my Telugu teacher through Amar Chitra Katha comics and also through the TV adaptation Sunday special But Bhyrappa’s rendition is uniue One that has no ‘divine’ element None of these people are gods There are no demons They are all just humans Flawed like you and me There is a logical exp


  9. Prashanth Bhat Prashanth Bhat says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBmy all time favourite book


  10. Vikalp Trivedi Vikalp Trivedi says:

    PDF/EPUB S.L. Bhyrappa ✓ ✓ ಪರ್ವ Epub Ú ಪರ್ವ kindle, ಪರ್ವ PDFEPUBThe first time I felt the Mahabharat was stripped down from its glorified version to its gorified version was in 2016 when I read Dharmvir Bharti's 1954 published play 'Andha Yug' The play was largely focused on the aftermaths of the war between the cousins and the darkness and madness it bought In 1979 SL Bhyrappa wrote 'Parv' a novel which I think in the truest sense stripped down the great Indian epic from all its divinity and over glorification There are interpretations and versions of the epic where divinity of some characters are mystified there are also flipped versions of the epic which are told through the eyes of the side which is usually considered as the villianous side of the epic Then there are also numerous character focused literary works based on the epic Some of these literary works based on the epic are brilliant gems but what makes Bhyrappa's


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