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@FREE DOWNLOAD Ã ഹൈമവതഭൂവിൽ ⚝ Popular EPub, ഹൈമവതഭൂവിൽ By M.P. Veerendra Kumar This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book ഹൈമവതഭൂവിൽ, Essay By M.P. Veerendra Kumar. Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For? Please Read And Make A Refission For You One of the books I recommend to all. It is a literary treat with history, mythology, environment issues; to name some. It is a pleasure to read this finest travelogue like a fantastic novel. A must read book for all Malayalees. You never feel its a travelogue. All history and grandma bed side stories. And lot borrowed notes and family history.

No, its not a compliment at all. Wasted my time.

Reminds me about story of a boy who wrote essay about coconut tree, though he was asked to write about cow. When he got exhausted what he knew about coconut tree, he wrote about the hut built using the dried leaves of coconut tree. Then about the recipes using coconut. Even about the present generation of people who once lived in that hut.

What about the cow?

"The cow was tied to a coconut tree.. "he started it so.

Yes, why can't it be about cow.!! കേവലമൊരു യാത്രാവിവരണമെന്നതിലുപരി ഇന്ത്യയുടെ ചരിത്രത്തിനൊപ്പം നടന്ന പുസ്തകം... ആധ്യാത്മികതയുടെ ആരംഭത്തിലും സാമ്രാജ്യത്വത്തിന്റെ അവസാനത്തിലുമതീതമായി സമകാലിക വിഷയങ്ങളെയും ചർച്ച ചെയ്യുന്നു.. ഇന്ത്യൻ ചരിത്രത്തിന്റെയൊരു കൊച്ചു റെഫെറൻസ് ഗ്രന്ഥമായും കണക്കാക്കാം... This book is a must read for all Indians to just to fathom how great out legacy is. It took me on a pilgrimage touching places of mythological and cultural significance. Gliding through several chapters in a single sitting never bored me. The author is well read in philosophy, mythology, history and Sanskrit. Gems of knowledge from his vast database is sprinkled throughout the book. I felt that the right thoughts effortlessly rose in his mind at the right moments, and that the chapters are detailed and provides information of a place from all angles shows the meticulous work MP Veerendra Kumar has put in behind the trip. I wonder how he kept track of all the points from his 40 or so day long sojourn, given that he never mentions about taking notes or making diary entries. At few points, I envy the author's skill of retrieving from memory anecdotes, slokas, pieces of poetry, quotes etc.
Places like Rudraprayag, karnaprayag, kumaon, nainital, gangothri, yamunothri etc., that I had never paid much attention to before are now in my wish list. I must confess that at times, I felt the chill that the author described was in the place. Ironically, the journey seems largely uneventful, without any untoward incedents or difficulties, except that they are reaching places. Author's thoughts create the thought waves that is the book.
Another aspect I liked is the author's views about environmental protection and our blindly aping the west, which are similar to mine. Knowing that we have members of Parliament who holds these values is heartening. But unlike a man of power, he was just sitting there talking about all damages that we do to nature, mentioning nothing about actions the people and government can take to reduce or control it.
At gangothri, he talks about gang's birth, her story, river ganga and it's significance in Indian culture etc. At karnaprayag, the life story of karna is told. Each place and thing has a story to tell, a glory long lost is hidden everywhere. On finishing the book I took pride in being an Indian.