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  • Title: ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதை (Oru Puliyamarathin Kathai)
  • Author: Sundara Ramasamy
  • ISBN: 9788190467339
  • Page: 455
  • Format: Paperback

About Author:

Sundara Ramasamy

Sundara Ramaswamy 1931 2005 , fondly known as Su.Ra in literary circles, was one of the exponents of Tamil modern literature He edited and published a literary magazine called Kalachuvadu He wrote poetry under the penname Pasuvayya His novels are Oru Puliya Marathin Kathai The Story of a Tamarind Tree , J.J Silakuripukal J.J Some Jottings, tr, A.R Venkadachalapathy, Katha, 2004 and Kuzhanthaikal, Penkal, Aankal Children, Women, Men.Ramaswamy was born on 30 May 1931, in Thazhuviya MahadevarKovil, 1 a village in Nagercoil At 20, he began his literary career, translating Thakazhi Sivasankara Pillai s Malayalam novel, Thottiyude Makan into Tamil and writing his first short story, Muthalum Mudivum , which he published in Pudimaipithan Ninaivu Malar.



Comments ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதை (Oru Puliyamarathin Kathai)

  • Pandiaraj J

    ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதை எனும் நாவல் சுந்தரராமசாமி அவர்களால் எழுதப்பட்டது,நாவல் உலகில் இந்திய அளவில் நேரடியாக கீப்று மொழியில் மொழி பெயர்க்கப்பட்ட முதல் நூல். புளியமரத்தை மையப்படுத்தி அ [...]


  • Sangeetha Ramachandran

    What a perfect book to read in perfect time. With all the current political dramas going on and we, with or without our knowledge playing different roles in it, this book just shows how we are persuaded into such situation and helps one to compare generations with the level of complications."Oru Puliyamarathin Kathai" is a story centered around a tamarind tree that stood as a mute witness to the changes happened around it for generations. In the first half of the book, the narrator narrates stor [...]


  • Muthuvel

    How many lives I've got to live before I finish this book? The book covers a lot of vivid characters and their notions centered around a tamarind tree indifferently sustaining to the changes happening around it for generations of varied perceptiveness. With such richness in the local dialect, phrases and metaphorical elements, the experience is something delusionally wondrous. I've seen too many elements in other works of people but not at this level of profundity (with surprising elements as we [...]


  • Dineshsanth

    ஒரு புளியமரத்தின் கதை நான் வாசித்த மிகச்சிறந்த நாவல்களில் ஒன்று.தலைப்பைப் பாரத்தால் ஏதோ ஒரு மரத்தின் கதை என்று தான் எண்ணத்தோன்றும்.ஆனால் உண்மையில் இந் நாவல் வெறும் புளியமரத்தின் கதைய [...]


  • Meenakshi

    தமிழின் சிறந்த நவீன செவ்வியல் படைப்பு. ஒரு கிராமம் நகராகி பின்னர் பெருநகரமாக மாறுவதை இந்நாளில் எளிதாக காணலாம். அறுபதுகளிலேயே சு. ரா. சுற்றுச் சூழல் பேரழிவை கருத்தில் கொண்டு இந்த புதினத [...]


  • Dinesh

    Superb story flow without any break. And very pleased to read the Tirunelveli slang.


  • Anirban Nanda

    It is always an extreme pleasure when you suddenly discover a book that isi) Indian novel.ii) Originally written in a regional language Tamil.iii) Translated and published as Penguin Modern Classic.iv) Considered one of the masterpieces of Tamil Literature and therefore of Indian literature and still almost no review in .This is a wonderful novel. I don't remember the last time I read something so purely Indian, simple, and yet deeply moving. Though it seems the central character is Damodar Asan [...]


  • Sami Nathan

    It was bit tough to read and follow the story at the starting but gradually become easy and interesting. Like English book I was using dictionary words given in last pages. It is good novel. The novel is all about a Tamarind tree and people & their behaviors around the tamarind tree in Nagercoil area.


  • Ram

    The writing and the narrative is good, especially blending well with the regional dialect and accent. The story revolves around the one Tamarind tree that stood for generations, the people who came and went etc


  • Anbu

    One of the greatest Tamil Novels I have read. Sundara Ramasamy broken all the barriers of a novel. It had taken sometime before I realised he is into the main story. A wonderful book and a great read for those who know Tamil.


  • Gowthaman Sivarajah

    1960களில் எழுதப்பட்டிருந்தாலும் கூட, எந்த வயது பிரிவினராலும் எந்த காலத்திலும் ரசித்து வாசிக்கக்கூடிய ஒரு புத்தகமாக இது இருக்கும் என்பதை இதை வாசித்த எல்லோரும் ஏற்றுக்கொள்வார்கள். ஒரு பு [...]


  • Senthilkumar

    Excellent piece of work


  • Swami Nathan

    Sorry I need better "top floor" stuff to understand and appreciate such "classics".


  • Kandakumar C

    This book narrates the dialect from and near Nagercoil region and it is well depicted. May be for someone who may get annoyed by the local dialect of the tamil (understanding issues). Overall you will feel like you are living near the tamarind tree.


  • S Ashok

    புளியமரத்தின் கதை , கால மாற்றத்தின் சித்திரமாக மரத்தை உருவகம் செய்கிறது. காலம் மாறும் தோறும் மரமும் அதன் கதைகள் மாறுகின்றன , மனிதர்களும் மாறுகிறார்கள்.நாட்டார் மரபில் தொடங்கி, அரசர்களி [...]


  • Ericpavel

    ஒரு தனிமையான குளம், நடுவே தீவை போன்ற சிறிய திட்டு. அங்கே ஒற்றை புளியமரம் !! மரத்தை சுற்றி நிகழ்ந்த மாற்றங்களும் அதனோடு வாழ்ந்த மனிதர்களும், அவர்களது அலகிலா விளையாடல்களும், அரசியில்களும் [...]


  • Harikrishnan Mani

    The way the writer considered, treated and respected the reader with ever lively incidents, makes the reader to hold the book till the last page is read. A model novel for any writer who would like to consider the reader


  • Sarguru nathan

    A semi disappointment. Mostly I think its because I started it after the brilliant 'Wind up Bird Chronicle'. There is nothing much to say about this much hyped book, nevertheless can be read once .


  • Krishnan Raghavan

    Fantastic Nagercoil Tamizh conversations are superb


  • Tarun

    rare yet powerful writing style! the dialect used in oru puliya marathin kadhai almost becomes one's own whether or not one has much exposure to it earlier


  • Nagarajan.sivaraman

    very nice novel


  • Murlimb

    Very nice novel to read


  • Mubashshara

    I LIKE THIS STORY VERY MUCH


  • R.Manickam

    read accept


  • Dhivyaa

    good


  • Jegan Chitthambaram

    Good one. Bit difficult to follow in the beginning, but later it was interesting.


  • Lakshitha

    nice


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