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Malgudi Days TV Serial

Malgudi Days TV Serial

Do you remember watching Malgudi Days, eons ago, when Doordarshan was the only source of entertainment and television synonymous with limited dose of Chitrahar and a Sunday Movie? Well, the choices were limited and perhaps we were so devoid of options that we hurriedly devored, whatever Doordarshan decided to shower […]

by June 20, 2018 Articles
कहानियां

कहानियां

टैगोर की कहानियां जब भी पढ़ीं, लगा वे कहानी नहीं, एक पूरी दुनिया रचते हैं.. किरदार, आसपास का वातावरण, उसके संस्कार और क्रियाकलाप, सबका एक विस्तृत फलक.. शायद इसीलिए मुझे उनकी कहानियां अक्सर छोटे छोटे नाटक लगे, जिन्हें स्क्रीनप्ले में बखूबी ढाला जा सकता है… शरतचन्द्र की कहानियां, अलग ही […]

by December 12, 2017 Articles, Editors Desk
Nitya by R.K. Narayan

Nitya by R.K. Narayan

When I had read Guide, I was a bit disappointed with the ambiguous end, but as I begun the short story, Nitya by R.K. Narayan, I was pleasantly surprised by the vagueness of the title. Till I actually began reading the story, I was under impression that it is the […]

by February 28, 2013 Review
Seventh House by R.K. Narayan

Seventh House by R.K. Narayan

Seventh House by R.K. Narayan, is a short story that explores the extent to which a lover can go to protect his beloved. While many profess to have enduring affection, an inseparable bond, an eternal union that only death can break, the realistic Narayan surpasses them all by making the […]

by February 26, 2013 Review
Salt and Sawdust by R.K. Narayan

Salt and Sawdust by R.K. Narayan

Salt and Sawdust written by R.K. Narayan is the story of a wannabe novelist who becomes famous as a cookery book writer though she could hardly distinguish between salt and sawdust! Veena and Swami are a childless couple in Malgudi. Swami works as a weaving supervisor in Coomer’s silk mill, […]

by November 25, 2012 Review
Under The Banyan Tree by R.K. Narayan

Under The Banyan Tree by R.K. Narayan

Under the Banyan Tree by R.K. Narayan is a short but deep meaning story, which prominently focuses on a creative man’s nightmare. Be it a writer, a painter, or a film maker, I think his worst fear is that one day he would lose his magical touch, he would no […]

by October 3, 2012 Review
Annamalai by R.K. Narayan

Annamalai by R.K. Narayan

Annamalai, a short story written by R.K. Narayan, is an engaging pen picture of the narrator’s servant, gardener and companion of 15 years. The story begins with the arrival of a letter from Annamalai, who had supposedly left the job quite a few years back, and is now in dire […]

by September 16, 2012 Review

A Horse and Two Goats by R.K. Narayan

God made Man and Man made languages! But, little did man know that the medium invented for convenience would alienate him from his own kind. Though, birds, animals and even insects can understand each other (at least of their own species) without any specific language, with just a few sounds […]

by September 14, 2012 Review