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message 1: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments me first


message 2: by Abhirami (new)

Abhirami (abhiramibose1999) | 1669 comments Then me second


message 3: by Gatha G (new)

Gatha G (gatha) | 1628 comments Mod
Me too....


message 4: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments @gatha u r d third


message 5: by Gatha G (new)

Gatha G (gatha) | 1628 comments Mod
That's ok,I don't believe in the positions!!!


message 6: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments :-) :-)


message 7: by Gatha G (new)

Gatha G (gatha) | 1628 comments Mod
:-D


message 8: by Reshmi (new)

Reshmi Sajeesh (reshmi_sajeesh) count me in :)


message 9: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments @reshmi: sure..


message 10: by Hareesh (new)

Hareesh Kakkanatt | 53 comments I am a big fan


message 11: by Sujith (new)

Sujith Ravindran (sujithravindran) | 2 comments Me too


message 12: by Gopakumar (new)

Gopakumar Nair (GopakumarNair) | 20 comments My request to the members...There is no fun in just declaring that you are a fan. Be specific about it.Let others know what makes you a MT fan, which of his works attracted you more etc... Let the discussion be more lively and informative.


message 13: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments @gopakumar: yea dats wat required....


message 14: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments Once u try Iruttinte Aathmavu u would definitly become a MT fan...
when I read it, it took me through various level of emotions....nd when it comes to d end, a drop f tear wud definitly roll down through ur cheek...


message 15: by Libin (new)

Libin Varkey | 52 comments I have not read any MT novel,read a few short stories and screenplays.Loved Screenplays For iruttintae aathmavu and kadavu and many more movies.I own copies of Nalukettu and Asuravithu let me finish I cant wait to join the fan club :-)


message 16: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments Try Randamoozham too..


message 17: by Libin (new)

Libin Varkey | 52 comments @Manu i started randamoozham and lost my copy while travelling :( .... Unni R paranjapolae "Nammalalla book thiranjedeukkunnathu Nammalu oru bookinae manasilakkan paakamavumpo book nammalae vilikkum" :P


message 18: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments @Libin: I think dats true, even I started reading MT recently. I ws just aware of his short stories and Kaalam nd Naalukettu...


message 19: by Anoop (new)

Anoop Warrier | 17 comments Libin wrote: "@Manu i started randamoozham and lost my copy while travelling :( .... Unni R paranjapolae "Nammalalla book thiranjedeukkunnathu Nammalu oru bookinae manasilakkan paakamavumpo book nammalae vilik..."

Liked it ,


message 20: by Arun (new)

Arun Divakar (arundivakar) | 19 comments Randamoozham is a favorite for many (me included). Like someone I knew wrote in a review, the greatest pleasure you can have about reading is to discover new aspects about the book from others who have read it. Why not a discussion about Randamoozham itself ?

There have been numerous ones on Mahabharata but what makes this work stand out ? What do you think ?


message 21: by Manu (new)

Manu (manuchandran05) | 885 comments Arun wrote: "Randamoozham is a favorite for many (me included). Like someone I knew wrote in a review, the greatest pleasure you can have about reading is to discover new aspects about the book from others who ..."

Arun shall we make it a discussion topic....
Wl discuss M T's literature here and wl place Randamoozham on buk discussion alrite...


message 22: by Arun (new)

Arun Divakar (arundivakar) | 19 comments Yes Manu. Since we already had a thread on MT, I did not make it a separate one.


message 23: by Jinu (new)

Jinu Sunny | 2 comments hi.


message 24: by Hareesh (new)

Hareesh Kakkanatt | 53 comments i started enjoying the reading after "Nalukettu"..........it was my first book......


message 25: by Vishnu (new)

Vishnu Suresh (mugiwara) | 4 comments Hareesh wrote: "i started enjoying the reading after "Nalukettu"..........it was my first book......"

Same here. Although I loved kaalam and Randamoozham, Naalukettu would be my first pick. M.T has a unique writing style that makes you want to read the same book again and again and still feel amazed every time.
He definitely is one of my favourite authors.


message 26: by Hareesh (new)

Hareesh Kakkanatt | 53 comments Vishnu wrote: "Hareesh wrote: "i started enjoying the reading after "Nalukettu"..........it was my first book......"

Same here. Although I loved kaalam and Randamoozham, Naalukettu would be my first pick. M.T ha..."


Dear Vishnu,

You have to read "Asuravithu" & "Manju" also. Awesome language.


message 27: by Vishnu (new)

Vishnu Suresh (mugiwara) | 4 comments I have read both of them, though a long while back.
and I couldn't agree more. His writing style is..well I cannot put them into words. :). It is to be experienced.


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