Sharanya Manivannan

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Average rating: 3.88 · 512 ratings · 138 reviews · 13 distinct worksSimilar authors
The Queen of Jasmine Country

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The High Priestess Never Ma...

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The Ammuchi Puchi

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The Altar of The Only World

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Witchcraft

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Breaking the Bow: Speculati...

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Readings From Readings: New...

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“Those of us who long for love, we spend the coldest month of winter in worship of the mother goddess, asking her to make us like Nappinai, and bring to us men who will love us as Krishna loved her.”
Sharanya Manivannan, The Queen of Jasmine Country

“Conchology What I want is a beloved – to be beloved – someone who knows me the way the conch knows the sea, holding me in the rush of their own blood. The lovers I have had, however many or few, knew me only in whorls and whispers. I slipped my tongue into their ears and they sipped from the shell of me. None of them heard me. None of them listened”
Sharanya Manivannan, The High Priestess Never Marries: Stories of Love and Consequence

“The god who loves us and gives us this life and these longings does so not so that we can refuse these gifts, but so that we can experience them, and in this way, give him joy that his creative delectations are not merely meant to be transcended, to be left behind.”
Sharanya Manivannan, The Queen of Jasmine Country




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