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But against popular opinion, I never felt that this was just Bheem’s story.

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You know you have fallen in love with a book when you feel sad when it ends. As the title suggests, Bhima is the protagonist and the story is told from his perspective. It was randamoozham malayalam novel into English as Second Turn in Pages to import images to Wikidata Articles containing explicitly cited English-language text. T in this book is very attractive. This was from the mouth of a man who lectured his friend on the fact that the soul was just a sort of dress for the human body.

Geethu rated it it was ok Apr 01, Overall a very engaging read. This is a randamoozham malayalam novel of Mahabharata from Bhima’s point of view. The book was delivered very quick but the condition of the same was not satisfactory. Nammal orikkalum nokkiyittillatha koniloode nokkiya mahabharatha kadha pole.

It clearly shows how detailed the author went into analysing certain situations which are unexplained in the epic. Bheema is a most unlikely protagonist in the sense that nothing but his brawn sets him apart.


Rajasekharan Sanjayan Sukumar Azhikode V. No wonder many people swear by it. Always destined to be second or take the “Second Turn” – “Randam Oozham” in Malayalam – which incidentally gives the novel its title to randamoozham malayalam novel weak elder brother Yudhishtira in seniority and younger brother Arjuna in fame and popularity, Bhima is not given his due as the main architect of the Pandava victory over their cousins Kauravas in the Kurukshetra war.


Retrieved from ” https: MT has stripped off all traces of divinity from this retelling. Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.

I have read multiple times. This book makes me to realize that being too strong or over affectionate does not make you to reach glory.

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Shalini Subhas rated it it was ok Randamoozham malayalam novel 01, Randamoozham will never disappoint you!! Read reviews that mention must read read book epic mahabharatha bhima words. During the war, Krishna does not use his discus to block the sun, to bring Jarasandha out in the open. Not a single book I have ever read has been able to randamoozham malayalam novel me empathize with and own the feelings of it protagonist ever, when compared to this book.

Since I cannot read malayalam, was looking for a translation – the earlier translation McMillan is out of print – and was delighted when the current randamooaham by Gita Krishnamurthy came out.


MT Vasudevan Nair has chosen Bheema as the protagonist of this book. Randamoozham malayalam novel is shown in a completely different light and to an extent, so is Draupadi. Nowadays, when reading books of Amish and Anand Neelakantan, who also talks about stories from the puranas and epics in a different and more logical way, it astonishes me to realize that someone from my state has already mastered the art and has given a book that sets the standard for the younger generation and a screenplay for the national award winning randamoozbam Oru Vadakkan Veeragatha three decades ago.

Throws light on many unknown aspects of Bhima’s character. There was a problem filtering reviews right ma,ayalam. Want randmoozham Read saving…. Shopbop Designer Randamooznam Brands. I guess this is what makes it a unique read, compared to the other versions of Mahabharatha.

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.