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Vrishabhathinte Kannu : Collection of Short Stories

By Edasseri, Harikumar

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Title: Vrishabhathinte Kannu : Collection of Short Stories  
Author: Edasseri, Harikumar
Language: Malayalam
Subject: Fiction, Drama and Literature, Adventure
Collections: Short Stories, Ophthalmology, Authors Community, Astronomy, Literature, Sociology, Most Popular Books in China, Favorites in India, Science
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Publisher: Self-published
Member Page: Harikumar Edasseri


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The story Vrishabhathinte Kannu is about an accident in which a four year old boy gets killed together with his paternal uncle. The story centers around the sub-tenant of one of the flats in the building, who was so friendly with the child. He is moved by the incident, and decides to go to the hospital to see the child. It is the traumatic experience of this man the story is about.

Vrishabhathinte Kannu (The Eye of the Taurus) is a collection of 7 popular stories, like title story, Komali, Roopam Nashtappetta Mrigangal, Oru Nashtakkati, Ayalkkari. The story Roopam Nashtappetta....... is about sibling rivalry, and was praised by Guru Nityachaithanya Yati as the only story in Malayalam that deals with sibling rivalry and is a beautiful one at that.

Behind him was the security guard of the morgue, and still farther behind in the dark cold room were the cold bodies wrapped up in white linen. He remembered what Hiren Mehta had said, and what Mehta’s son had said. Beyond the eyes of the evil planets, fatalist beliefs, and lives predetermined in a four dimensional field of the world, he saw the indefinable, and unforeseeable, but definite death. Back in the building he was climbing the staircase, and when he reached the second floor he saw Aditya’s house still locked. On the latch of the door was kept a packet of flowers. He wondered where have they all gone. They might have gone to her husband’s home. They might come only after a few days. The flowers will remain there until they come back. After all, what is the relation between flowers and death? (Vrishabhathinte Kannu)

Table of Contents
Stories: Meghangal Panjikkettukalpole Vrishabhathinte Kannu Komali Roopam Nashtappetta Mrigangal Bheeru Oru Nashtakkari Ayalkkari


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