ಸರಸಮ್ಮನ ಸಮಾಧಿ| Sarasammana Samadhi

Sarasammana Samadhi

  • Title: ಸರಸಮ್ಮನ ಸಮಾಧಿ| Sarasammana Samadhi
  • Author: Kota Shivarama Karanth
  • ISBN: 9788128018220
  • Page: 145
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. Kota Shivarama Karanth

      Kota Shivaram Karanth was a Kannada writer, social activist, environmentalist, Yakshagana artist, film maker and thinker He was described as the Rabindranath Tagore of Modern India who has been one of the finest novelists activists since independence by Ramachandra Guha He was the third person among eight recipients of Jnanpith Award for Kannada the highest literary honour conferred by the Govt of India.Shivaram Karanth was born on 10 October 1902, in Kota near Udupi in the Udupi district of Karnataka to a Kannada family.He was influenced by Gandhi s principles and took part in Indian Independence movement while he was in college He did not complete his education and went to participate in the Non cooperation movement and canvassed for khadi and swadeshi for five years up to 1927 By that time Karanth had already started writing fiction detective novels, to begin with as well as plays.Karanth was an intellectual and environmentalist who tremendously contributed to art and culture of Karnataka He is considered one of the greatest novelist in Kannada Apart from his 47 novels, he also wrote 31 plays, four short stories, six books of essays and sketches, thirteen books on art, 2 volumes of poems, 9 encyclopedias, and 100 of articles on various issues and subjects, including a history of world art in Kannada and a work on Chalukyan sculpture and architecture, a standard treatise on the Yakshagana with which dramatic form, his name is identified , a three volume book of knowledge for children, a four volume encyclopedia on science for grown ups, 240 children s books, six books on travel, two books on birds, three Travelogues, an autobiography He has received several literary awards,.Namely, Jnanpith Award, Padma Bhushan, Sahitya Academy award and Pampa Award.He passed away on 9th December 1997 in Manipal, Karnataka.


    1. It's hard to believe this book was written in the 1930s. The story is about the concept of marriage and Karanth's take on the patriarchy in which marriages have to exist. A father goes hunting for a bride or groom, finds another parent, matches horoscopes, negotiates the dowry and comes back to town with a date. And the actual bride and groom are informed. And marriages get spawned of it. Suffocating, claustrophobic marriages where the husband escapes to his shop or his work and comes home at 10 [...]

    2. Sarasammana Samadhi can be called a satire that mocks at how women are portrayed and made to behave by the society, but also about how they actually are in real life and what they want. The author Dr. Shivarama Karanth has written woman-centric novels, and just like his other works, Sarasammana Samadhi is also about women. The story is set in the areas of Mangalore, Mudambailu, Manjeshwara and, to certain extent, Kasaragodu. Back when this novel was written, all these places were in Karnataka, a [...]

    3. 1937 was the year in which the book was initially published and man what a visionary the author was. Having read Mookajjiya kanasu long time back, I was expecting nothing less from this book and it really met my expectations of being an excellent social satire

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