Yayati by V. S. Khandekar is a masterpiece. One of the best Marathi novel i’ve ever read! Beautifully narrated. It presents unconquerable and greatest power of . According to Hinduism, Yayāti (Sanskrit: ययाति) was a Puranic and first king of Pauravas. . Yayati, a Marathi novel by V. S. Khandekar, won him the Sahitya Akademi Award (), and a Jnanpith Award (). Playwright Girish Karnad’s . Notable awards, Jnanpeeth Award (Yayati). Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar (11 January – 2 September ) (V. S. Khandekar) was a.
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The underplaying dilemma on Yayati’s mind a This has been a book seeking my attention for almost a couple of years due to its title and mythological connection.
He keeps taking one foolish decision after another. It talks about the depths to which mankind can fall and yet when humans repent, the heights that they achieve through it, despite having fallen into an abyss.
He had ohandekar brothers: The different voices gives depth to varied emotions. I hoped for a tidier conclusion and Have you read Jahan jahan charan pade Gautam ke and Kashi Marnanmukti? I’m sure I missed out a lot by reading the English translation instead of the original Marathi version, hence my review is solely based on the book I read.
And then after all the years of sufferings, they just seem to fall-out of the character and turn a new leaf.
Yayati – Wikipedia
Which was in contrast to Mandar’s hedonist philosophy of indulging in all kinds of pleasures as you have only one life. Sachidananda Routray Kusumagraj C. InKhandekar started yayti as a school teacher in a small town, Shirodein the present-day Sindhudurg district of the Konkan region in Maharashtra. Books by Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar. I happened to come across your post when I was looking up for this book.
Inthe Government of India honoured him with a Padma Bhushan award in recognition of his literary accomplishments.
Yayati: A Classic Tale of Lust
The thoughts and emotions of each character make for quite complex reading, with one having to re-read a chapter several times. Anuradha Goyal – August 25th, at 5: I read the original in Marathi and this is a mind blowing book with extra superb use of the language.
Even the King of Gods, Indra, held him in high esteem.
The chariot however vanished due to a curse incurred by the Paurava King Janamejaya when he slew a Brahmana in his hatred. Devayani resolves to make Sharmishtha her servant in revenge for trying to kill her by throwing her into the yb. Devayani was the daughter of Shukracharyathe priest of the Asuras the demons.
Retrieved from ” https: Friendship is another motif that is strongly present in this narrative. Also, yayatti review might be biased by the fact that I have read the translated English version of the novel which could have been different had I read the actual Marathi version. Devayani is a character you start disliking due to almost no redeeming qualities – the spoiled daughter of Sukracharya who is khahdekar and impulsive is no victim.
This has been a book seeking my attention for almost a couple of years due to its title and mythological connection. Lust, which is a no-spoken word today giving examples of our culture. His father was a munsif in Sangli principality.
Vishnu Sakharam Khandekar
Dec 23, Gorab Jain rated it really liked it Shelves: Improvisation to create focus on the story by omitting Yayati’s other brothers and sons. The Mahabharata mentions about Yayati’s achievements.
Ayus’s son was Nahusha who was educated by the Sage Vashistha. Want to Read saving…. Jarasandha was eventually defeated and b by the Pandava Bhima who gave the chariot to his cousin, Lord Krishna. Umashankar JoshiK.
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Recommended to everyone who loves to read sensible fictions.