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This is the story of Bhima the second son the man who's always second in line a story never adeuately told until MT Vasudevan Nair conjured him up from the silences in Vyasa's narrative the minute gaps that allowed conjectures about what must have happened during those intervals MT's Bhima is a revelation Lonely eager to succeed treated with a m. Whenever I see this book sitting in my mother s bookshelf I pick this up and read it once In the past five years I have read this at least five times This is a timeless classic a totally different rendition of a story we have all heard the Mahabharata MT Vasudevan Nair has chosen Bheema as the protagonist of this book The entire Mahabharata is narrated as a historical tale than a story of Gods Demons and the superhuman in the first person from Bheema s perspective About his joys heartbreaks frustrations as he is unable to digest the uncompromising expectations out of a Kshatriya and about his vengeance Not a single book I have ever read has been able to make me empathize with and own the feelings of it protagonist ever when compared to this book Bheema s thought processes behind the most arrogant statements he made the pain he went through at every rejection and his feelings of not being able to accept the woman he first loved MT manages to handhold you through all of those emotions I can confidently say this is the best book I have ever read in any language Period

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Others feel A warrior without eual he slays innumerable enemies during the Great War However all his moments of triumph starting with the trials of skill he took part in as a young man remain unrecognized and unrewarded A whole new look at the greatest story ever told the Mahabharata MT's Bhima Lone Warrior is a masterpiece of Indian literature. There are so many interpretations and translations on Mahabharatha and Ramayana world wide Every new translation adds something to the original story This particular novel foregrounds the Mahabharatha story from the point of view of the real hero Bhima There is nothing unusual in looking into that epic from that angle In fact it is not the first time that one literary work has been subjected to reinterpret or renarrate from the point of view of some other characters from the same novel Examples are the novel which comes out based Bertha Mason s experience who was a minor charecter in Jane Eyre Such events are common in literary world But the thing is that MT is dared enough to discard the divinely figures in Mahabharath Krishna is just a clever king who knows good diplomacy and wants the help of Pandavas to kill Jarasandha Similar way none of the five Pandavas are the heirs of gods This would be the only thing I could find different in this novel from other narratives

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Ixture of affection and contempt by his brothers the other four Pandavas and with scorn and hatred by his Kourava cousins Bhima battles incessantly with failure and disappointment even as a child He's adept at disguising his feelings and has an overwhelmingly intuitive understanding of everyone who crosses his path an uncanny ability to know how. I think this is the simplest way Mahabharatha has been ever told Narrating the story from Bhima s point of view MT stripped off the divine powers from the characters and presented them as mortal human beings with emotions So you don t get to see Krishna supplying an infinitely long sari to save Draupadi or King Jarasandha s body rejoining and coming back to life whichever way Bhima tries to tear him into two But you can see Bhima being jealous of Arjuna for being Draupadi s favourite among the five brothers as well as Arjuna mocking Karna for being of lower caste to satisfy his superiority complex To an extent the Pandavas become mere puppets in the hands of Kunthi and Draupadi While Kunthi commands them as their mother Draupadi lures them with their next chance to live with her The last few pages reveal some shocking facts about the Pandavas parenthood MT explains that he read different versions of the story written over different periods and found that divine powers granted to the characters were mostly imaginations of the story tellers


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  1. says:

    MTVasudevan Nair or MT as he is lovingly known to us Malayalees a doyen in the field of Malayalam literature and a trendsetting scriptwriter for Malayalam movies has penned this wonderful novel the Mahabharatha epic seen through the eyes of B

  2. says:

    Strongcompassionate empathetic This work stands like a colossus on the shores of Malayalam Literature The worlds

  3. says:

    Whenever I see this book sitting in my mother's bookshelf I pick this up and read it once In the past five years I have read this at least five times This is a timeless classic a totally different rendition of a story we have all heard the Mahabharata MT Vasudevan Nair has chosen Bheema as the protagonist of this book The entire Mahabharata is narrated as a historical tale than a story of Gods Demons and the s

  4. says:

    I think this is the simplest way Mahabharatha has been ever told Narrating the story from Bhima's point of view MT stripped off the divine powers from the characters and presented them as mortal human beings with emotions So

  5. says:

    Every time I read a well written version of the Mahabharata I respect the original epic even How many works can lay claim to so many renditions centuries after the original version? As for this version what does

  6. says:

    the revolutionary thinker in me the one who uestions every single myth and superhero story fed to me while being respectful to the traditions this book brings it all back and yes in a very tight thrillerfor those who love mythologyhistory and good stories this is a must read i don't have to say anything and for the portrayal of bhimasena I

  7. says:

    A very good transformation of the epic Mahabharata A different view at the classic taking out the supernatural element was

  8. says:

    There are so many interpretations and translations on Mahabharatha and Ramayana world wide Every new translation adds something to the original story This particular novel foregrounds the Mahabharatha story from the point of view of the 'real hero' Bhima There is nothing unusual in looking into that epic from that angle In fact it is not the first time that one literary work has been subjected to reinterpret or renarrate from the point o

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    This

  10. says:

    If there's one thing I've realised after reading MTVasudevan Nair's Randamoozham English translation by Gita Krishnankutty is that there is no one interpretation of the Mahabharata There have been numerous re tellings so far from the PoV of so many characters and yet every time I read it I come away with a different feeling and a different understanding of the characters Like MT says in the Epilogue the credit goes to the original author

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