ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து தேவதைகள் [Srirangathu Devadhaigal]

Srirangathu Devadhaigal None

  • Title: ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து தேவதைகள் [Srirangathu Devadhaigal]
  • Author: சுஜாதா
  • ISBN: 9788184936544
  • Page: 357
  • Format: Paperback
  • None

    • [PDF] Ì Unlimited º ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து தேவதைகள் [Srirangathu Devadhaigal] : by சுஜாதா ✓
      357 சுஜாதா
    • thumbnail Title: [PDF] Ì Unlimited º ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து தேவதைகள் [Srirangathu Devadhaigal] : by சுஜாதா ✓
      Posted by:சுஜாதா
      Published :2020-01-07T09:17:06+00:00

    About "சுஜாதா"

    1. சுஜாதா

      Sujatha Tamil was the pseudonym of the Tamil writer S Rangarajan, author of over 100 novels, 250 short stories, ten books on science, ten stage plays, and a slim volume of poems He was one of the most popular writers in Tamil literature, and a regular contributor to topical columns in Tamil periodicals such as Ananda Vikatan, Kumudam and Kalki He had a wide readership, and served for a brief period as the editor of Kumudam, and has also written screenplays and dialogues for several Tamil movies.Sujatha received an award from Government of India s National Council for Science and Technology in 1993 for making science accessible to the public through his books, magazine contributions and other media.

    206 thoughts on “ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து தேவதைகள் [Srirangathu Devadhaigal]”

    1. Impossible to correctly verbalize or coherently describe how deeply touched and thoroughly overwhelmed I am by this GEM of a book from Sujatha. A prolific and versatile writer who knows the minds of adolescents like the back of his hand, looks back fondly at his own adolescence in the picturesque and idyllic temple town of Srirangam in the fifties, and presents it as 14 short stories populated with with some of the most authentic and unforgettable characters ever to step out of the streets and o [...]

    2. Sujatha's Srirangathu Devathaigal (Angels of Srirangam) is probably the original box of chocolates themed book. 14 short stories about ordinary(plus) people with their flaws and virtues intact narrated as anecdotes from the past of the author set in the orthodox town of Srirangam.The stories evoke a variety of emotions. 4 stories into the book I was deeply affected and I was worried the book will be a heavy read. Slowly, we see the stories turning towards lighter side to downright humorous ones. [...]

    3. சுஜாதா தனது ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து வாழ்வின்(பள்ளி மற்றும் கல்லூரி) நினைவுகளை அழகிய சிறுகதைகளாக வழங்கியுள்ளார்.ஒரு கதையில் நான் சிறு வயதில் விளையாடிய "கவட்டை" (ஹாக்கி போல அனவரிடமும் குச்சி இருக்க [...]

    4. An awesome book detailing the innocence of a little boy's view of looking at the world The way he learns the good and evil about the world It also depicts the scenario of Classic Srirangam At the end of the reading, it will be like u have lived sum days in srirangam Sujatha's sculpting of characters in Srirangam Even a negative charcater's positivity will be highlighted and vive versa An impartial kind of penningAnd as a fan of Sujatha, it will be like knowing his own experiences during his chil [...]

    5. Srirangathu Devathagal, a Legend Mr.Sujatha's one of the Evergreen Short story collections. I recommend all my friends and everyone to read this Book.

    6. என்ன தான் அடியேன் பிறந்தது பாண்டியன் ஆண்ட மதுரை என்றாலும், ஸ்ரீரங்கம் தான் நினைவில் வந்து நிற்கும், எவ்விதமான படிவதிலும் பிறந்த இடம் பூர்த்தி செய்யும் போது. கதையாசிரியர் திரு. சுஜாதா அ [...]

    7. குண்டு ரமணி, காதல் கடிதம், மறு - என்னை கவர்ந்த கதைகள்.

    8. சுஜாதா ஸ்டைலில் சிறுகதைகள். சில இடங்களில் படிக்கும் போது, கொஞ்சம் டீசன்டா எழுதிருக்கலாம்என தோன்றும். கதைகள் அருமை.நான் ரசித்தவை காதல் கடிதம்மறுகடவுளுக்கு கடிதம்

    9. பல வருடங்களுக்குப் பிறகு மீண்டும் இன்று``ஸ்ரீரங்கத்து தேவதைகள்`` புத்தகத்தைபடித்தேன். பசிக்கும் நடுவில் புத்தகத்தை முடிக்கும் ஆவலில் ஒரே சூட்டில் முடித்துவிட்டேன் என்பதை நினைக்கும் [...]

    10. Reminiscing his adolescent years, Sujatha takes us on a ride down the memory lane with his fourteen short stories -all of which share a common back drop - his native, a small town called "Srirangam". His impeccable style of narration makes this an enjoyable read and the order in which introduces the streets, the houses and the Devadhais of Srirangam plays a subtle role in getting you on-board and all of a sudden you find yourself comfortably strolling on those Srirangam roads along with his deva [...]

    11. People who can enjoy wits in 'Iyyengar Thamizh' can give a read though it gives a outdated feel. Sujatha Rangarajan has narrated few of his life incidents at Srirangam referring the people involved as 'Angels of Srirangam'. Childhood stories are bringing nostalgic feels. I would suggest one to carry this book for a travel of 3-4 hours instead of hearing the same songs over the headphone.

    12. A collection of childhood incidents of the author kindles ours too. Each character lingers in my mind. And the epic one was author's grandma ! There will be definitely some people who could understand us so well

    13. Fantastic book by Sujatha.Describes his emotional attachment to this place called Sri-Rangam and the people who lived there during his childhood and teenage times.A book that will make you think about your childhood and teenage times.Must read

    14. "The best regret.Man why am not a reader in my past year!!. I have almost wasted a decades in my life without reading a book."

    15. All the stories are around his childhood area(Trichy) and the characters around that area, with small messages.If someone looking for new things, I don't prefer this book to them.

    16. கூட வேலை செய்பவரின் பரிந்துரையின் பேரில் படித்தேன். ஐந்தாறு பக்கங்கள் கொண்ட சிறு கதைகள். ஒவ்வொரு கதையிலும் சுஜாதா அவர்களின் முத்திரை இருக்கிறது.

    17. Sujatha's personal experiences in a truth based fiction, some stories make you feel the heavy in the heart with effortless narratives, while others like paperil peyar, paambu make your stomach hurt in his fun filled and easy storyline! There were other times it took me back to my days when my grandmother was my best friend and confidant kadhal kaditham n maru have found a place in my heart.

    18. An excellent composition of characters faced by Sujatha during his days at Srirangam. Though the first few chapters were not great, it was splendid after that. His lucid writing makes the characters lively and it brings the incidents right in front of your eye.Every person is different and each one has an interesting part to them and Sujatha has brilliantly portrayed it down in the book. The 14 chapters are independent of each other and hence make it for a wonderful short read.

    19. Srirangathu Devadhaigal from Sujatha was such an awesome book to spend time. The story is not about Srirangam people as the title suggests something. It is Sujatha's perception about each and every tiny things in his childhood days.The book is all about his childhood life in Srirangam. Each and every thing the little boy do will make us laugh. At many places, it reminds me of my childhood days. Though some scenes were purely imaginary as Sujatha mentioned in the beginning, but still the book loo [...]

    20. 14 short stories. 14 prominent characters.14 experiences of Sujatha in Srirangam during his childhood and adolescent days.It is impossible to describe the fluency with which Sujatha brings the characters to life.If you have visited Srirangam, it is easy to spot these characters living even today.His caricatures, with his specific sarcastic tones and descriptions are pitch perfect.His jokes make you laugh out loud, literally.Sujatha is indeed the father of modern Tamil literature. Don't miss it.

    21. அற்புதமான நடை. அழகும் எளிமையும் ததும்பும் கதைகள். நாமும் அக்காலகட்டத்தில் ஸ்ரீரங்கத்தின் வீதிகளை கண்டு அங்கு வாழ்ந்ததை போல் தோன்றுவது சுஜாதாவால் மட்டுமே கொடுக்கக்கூடிய அனுபவம். கடவு [...]

    22. Sri rangathu' devathaigal is a childhood memories of sujatha e ambience of 70's through 80's is portrayed so beautifully ! One can really feel it when u walk through the street of sri rangam and ranganathar temple !! I felt the letters of books when I went to sri rangam !! More than god, sujatha was on me during my journey to srirangam !!!

    Leave a Comment

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *