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. Aavarana: The Veil by S. L. Bhyrappa is a story of a free-spirited and rebellious young woman, Lakshmi, who marries the man she is deeply in love with. Amir. Aavarana – The Veil has ratings and reviews. Sravya said: The author does not shy away from controversy. But what’s incredible is that he gives.
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Bhyrappa SLB documents in this novel and I loved the fact that this book had references. Bhyrappa is a story of a free-spirited and rebellious young woman, Lakshmi, who marries the man she is deeply in love with. Sep 01, Harshit Pant rated it liked it. Siding towards a four, but a couple of things in the book annoyed me to no end.
The author backs it up with a large number of sources and th arguments are quite impressive. Lastly, there is absolutely no doubt that such a gem of a book would have been limited to one state had it not been for the brilliant efforts of Sandeep Balakrishna. Although I won’t go into the details of the roles of these protagonist it is safe to say that bhairappa gives us the modern view of India and the traditional India during the mughal period.
At best, the study of history should help us to honestly, dispassionately understand the rights and wrongs of people we regard as our ancestors and use those lessons to shape our present and future.
Khushwant Singh on Humour: To view it, click here. My Hanuman Chalisa by Devdutt Pattanaik. We get to realize that Mughal rule was not the paradise as it is widely touted to be, we also get to realize that many of the so called progressive people do have their own agenda, the Marxist historians of the country are exposed. The author uses the technique of story inside aafarana story to get his point across and that worked extremely well as far as the book is concerned.
Book Review | Aavarana: The Veil
Anuja rated it liked it Jul 19, The author manages to transport you both in time and space. Preview — Aavarana – The Veil by S. Interested in history of india. Archived from the original on Mar 16, Akshay rated it it was amazing.
This is not just a run of the mill novel, it opens the readers mind to a wealth of information about the customspractices and lives of the Muslims of India. Hence no need to hide the cruel truth. It shows 2 stories – One set during the time of Aurangzeb and the other in modern India.
She finds herself at the crossroads of her past faith and her newly converted faith when she visits the ruins of Hampi for a central government sponsored documentary. He lives in Mysore. Many of the narrations in the book makes much more sense than the history we all read in School and as such the book is an eye opener.
One ought read the book for this. But Byrappa does lot of homework, with hard evidence for his logic to be proved. This is a courageous book, written with the firm grasp of the subject.
Aavarana – The Veil by S.L. Bhyrappa (3 star ratings)
I read the English translation. They say history is always written by winners and losers azvarana no place in it. According to the author, the book is the result of his search for true history. At best, the study of history should help us to honestly, dispassionately understand the rights and wrongs of people we regard as our ancestors and feil those lessons to shape our present and future.
It takes no prisoners, offers no room for dissent or doubt. Manoj rated it liked it Oct 28, But it is also self-serving, divisive and short-sighted, if not wilfully blind to the pitfalls of chest-thumping majoritarianism.
Aavarana was a fantastic read for me who is a product or a victim of the history distorted by marxists. As for the left wing — ignorance has vil helped anybody said marx and the new India is all set to follow your leader on that note, after th the Indian DNA can never resist a good argument.
Her research finds expression in a novel-within-a-novel, in which a handsome Rajput prince is captured, converted, sodomized and eventually castrated by Muslim invaders — nothing understated about the allegory there — before reuniting, improbably, with his wife and children, after bearing witness to the Aurangzeb-ordered destruction of the Kashi Vishwanath temple. This novel deals with the historical period in Indian history when the Mogul Emperor Aurangzeb ruled most part of India.
This books questions the way we are taught history and rebels against sugar-coating history aavwrana make it politically correct. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Seminars have been and are being held on his novels, and volumes qavarana literary criticism have been published on his works.
Opposition to such whitewashing cannot be aagarana dismissed as reactions of ‘communalists’ and ‘right-wing’ fringe elements. Characters citing a documentary of Hampi and Kashi. Yes, it has some interesting ideas. There is a layered story telling, present times and Mughal era.
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India aavarqna motto is satyamev jayate truth alone triumphs needs to trust its people, its culture and tolerant nature and should stop hiding the truth from itself. No trivia or quizzes yet.
This book stands apart with its irrefutable evidences and primary sources to support the historical facts stated.