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Sep 04, Vidyasagar Darapu rated it it was amazing. Definitely a must read, not just for humour but also for the social cause This way the play sought to take on the prejudices and practices of contemporary Indian society head-on. Nov 20, Dhavaleswari rated it really liked it. Act One was a bit hard to follow, but the narrative flow became better in the subsequent acts. This practice becomes super evil when girls are married off by their parents to much older grooms for money.

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Act One was a bit hard to follow, but the narrative flow became better in the subsequent acts. I never really thought about daily life in Colonial India, and this book gave an interesting insight on how British administration affected people in villages. The play has nothing to do with the British; it is just set in Colonial India. I think almost every character in this play was a protagonist, and Madhura-Vani Pleasure-Woman and Girisam Conman were my favorites.

The book may be hard to follow if you are non-Indian, caste subtleties may be missed. Vaidiki Brahmins. I was quite surprised by the concept of bride-buying in North Andhra, and may be this practice is strictly related to Brahmins? Buying Groom. In this setting, the play implies that the norm at least for Brahmins in s was opposite in North Andhra i.

Some memorable quotes: Girisam: You are not a politician unless you change your opinions now and then. Ramap-pantulu: If a person trusts you and you deceive him, it is fraud. Girisam to Venkatesam in regards to use of prayers: "You are the student and I am the teacher — just like in that Upanishad.

If someone records your questions and my answers on a palm leaf, it will be a sacred text — after a couple of hundred years it will be known as Tobaccopanishad. If I am created to be independent of you, I did what I did, and who are you to ask? If you trouble me with your questions, I will organize a National Congress in heaven. Or if I am created to be dependent on you, you are the one to take responsibility for my sins and you will be the one to be punished.

Therefore, you go to hell yourself. If you give me power over heaven in your absence—for just six hours—I will fix a few mistakes in your creation. General Notes: I am thoroughly surprised by the language used in the play. I have always considered Indian literature to be heavily sanitized.

Coarse language is used freely throughout the play. It is pretty sad that girls are pretty much seen as nothing more than a cattle, a burden or commodity. Thoroughly surprised by the impact of British society on villages and people that have never even seen an Englishman in their lives. I am not sure if this is a result of the author himself having been English educated and coloring my perception of day-to-day-life in Colonial India.

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కన్యాశుల్కము [Kanyasulkamu]

Title[ edit ] Ganapathi is the name of the main protagonist. This novel portrays the lives of Ganapathi and his two previous generations Grandfather and Father. Though it sounds comic to read, the underlying truth reflects the acute poverty in Brahmin families. As it is quite late already, while waiting for the rasam to be served, he dozes off and has a dream. In the dream he sees a short, fat man who narrates his story and exhorts the narrator to bring it out into the world. Papayya faces many difficulties in his village so he go to Pune in Maharashtra, worked in the kingdom of Peshwas and earned some money.

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Act One was a bit hard to follow, but the narrative flow became better in the subsequent acts. I never really thought about daily life in Colonial India, and this book gave an interesting insight on how British administration affected people in villages. The play has nothing to do with the British; it is just set in Colonial India. I think almost every character in this play was a protagonist, and Madhura-Vani Pleasure-Woman and Girisam Conman were my favorites. The book may be hard to follow if you are non-Indian, caste subtleties may be missed. Vaidiki Brahmins.

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