>KOZHIKODE: Kerala Sangeetha Nataka Akademi chairman Murali inaugurated a session on re-reading of `Randamoozham,' by M.T. Vasudevan Nair, held at Kalandithazham, near here, on Sunday. The public session was organised jointly by the Kozhikode District Library Council and Kalandithazham Darsanam Cultural Vedi.
Mr. Murali inaugurated the programme by handing over 25 books published by DC Books to prominent Gandhian and patron of Darshanam Library Thayatt Balan. K.P. Mohanan, faculty at Mahe Government College presented the topic. Mr. Mohanan observed that the mind of those isolated, ignored and marginalised was M.T.'s favourite area. However, in critical situations, the feeling of revenge is sometimes converted into sympathy. `Bheema,' in the novel, is a warrior who is not able to hide the emotions of lust, desire and enmity. He becomes a simple human being not bound by any lofty philosophical ideals and laws, he said.
V.R. Sudheesh, Kerala Sahitya Akademi member Purushan Kadalundi and others led the discussion.