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9789352778997 60ba03bf3f6faf4f262963c5 Saraswatichandra https://www.midlandbookshop.com/s/607fe93d7eafcac1f2c73ea4/60ba58cc3d94a919898d86da/9789352778997.jpg In this retelling of Govardhanram Tripathi's sprawling magnum opus Saraswatichandra Sameer Acharya makes accessible and brings to life for a modern readership one of Indian literature's great classics. Set in late nineteenth-century India this is the story of an educated and spiritual young man whose life is at a crossroads. Betrothed to and in love with Kumud he nevertheless breaks off their engagement due to escalating familial tensions and leaves Bombay to learn about his country and seek enlightenment. A series of events leads both Kumud now married and Saraswatichandra to an ashram where they must decide how to go on with their lives ... At its heart this is a novel about an India where tradition and modernity are locked in battle. 9789352778997
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  • ISBN: 9789352778997
  • Author: Acharya Sameer
  • Publisher: HarperCollins
  • Pages: 296
  • Format: Paperback
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In this retelling of Govardhanram Tripathi's sprawling magnum opus Saraswatichandra Sameer Acharya makes accessible and brings to life for a modern readership one of Indian literature's great classics. Set in late nineteenth-century India this is the story of an educated and spiritual young man whose life is at a crossroads. Betrothed to and in love with Kumud he nevertheless breaks off their engagement due to escalating familial tensions and leaves Bombay to learn about his country and seek enlightenment. A series of events leads both Kumud now married and Saraswatichandra to an ashram where they must decide how to go on with their lives ... At its heart this is a novel about an India where tradition and modernity are locked in battle.

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