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What’s inside – Malayalam books

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Poignant moments

The book can be read as a collection of stories or poems or just notes. It comprises pen portraits of 100 people that the author has met.

Nooru Manushyar, Thaha Madayi, Rs. 85

City lights

A novel on the dark side of urban life, a place where crime and sex rule.

Republic, Anwar Abdulla, Rs. 90

Mali magic

Revised edition of the book that narrates the history of India in the form of a story for children.

Kuttikalkku Indiaacharithram, V. Madhavan Nair (Mali), Rs. 150

Everlasting memories

The author jots down his personal experiences and thoughts on current issues with a touch of humour. It is the third part of Thummarukudy Kathakal. The second in the collection was Thummarukudy Kathakal Chila Naattukaaryangal.

Veendum Chila Naattukaaryangal, Murali Thummarukudy, Rs. 140

Candid thoughts

This is an autobiography that steers away the set format of an autobiography. He goes back to his world of reading and analyses the contexts.

Thanichirkkumbol Ormmikkunnathu, K. P. Appan, Rs. 90

For copies: DC Books

A travel diary

‘It is the book of a wanderlust. A journey through the nerves of India…’, writes the author in the foreword.

Vayal Theruvu Theevandi…, P. Surendran, Rs. 85

Emotional upheaval

‘The novel opens a fascinating world…,’ writes M. Mukundan in his foreword. He adds that rarely do one come across different emotions of the sea.

Grand Finale, Thanooja Bhattathiri, Rs. 115

Journey with dance

All about the life and career of Kalamandalam Satyabhama, which is also the story of the growth of the classical dance form of Mohiniyattam.

Mohiniyattam: Charithram, Sidhandham, Prayogam, Kalamandalam Satyabhama and Kalamandalam Lathika Mohandas, Rs. 200

For copies: Mathrubhumi Books

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