Tu Bhramata Aahasi Vaya by V. P. Kale

Tu Bhramata Aahasi Vaya by V. P. Kale

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This book can be said to be the fruit of Va Pu`s penance of last 40 years. He seems to come at a conclusion of all his findings about a human mind. It has the base of Dnyaneshwari. It is not a typical love story; on the contrary it reveals a very firm mindset. It is the story of a circle continuously moving around the center point. It is a story of love which knows no selfishness, no rights. It makes us realise for the first time, that as there is immense happiness beyond happiness, there is also immense happiness beyond every sorrow, pain, and ache. Sayara, the main character; she is a Muslim by birth, but she craves for the perfection of Hindu religion. She herself is of a secular mind. She is neutral about herself. Yet, she has lost herself in her own freshness. She does not ask for anything, but she receives beyond imagination while others with lots of money lose continuously. In this novel, the narration, the characters, the images and the whole plot is so harmoniously blended together that after completing it we just feel the waves of sacrifice and immense love throughout our body and soul. Mandlik, who is Sayara`s teacher, does he really exist? Or is he just an imagination of her mind? But sometimes, the presence plays the game well than the analysis. Sayara is someone different; we feel her presence even after completing the novel. She lingers into our minds and we enjoy it. She captivates our mind. It is the universal truth that Va Pu`s writing has the potential to capture the readers, but this present work works beyond his potentials. His words reveal, `What do I see in one flower? I cannot find the beginning or the end of the fragrance that originates from a flower. The gentle breeze carries it to far away distances; wind is the messenger announcing the unification of the land and the sky. I see this all in one flower.`

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