Anant Samant
M.T.Aayava Maroo
June 19, 2020 Comments.. 809
M T Aayava Maroo It is a story of a single deadly voyage of a ship across the south china sea from hong kong to Red China Philippines and back to Hong Kong during the winter of No doubt that it is about the sea
  • Title: M.T.Aayava Maroo
  • Author: Anant Samant
  • ISBN: 8174320278
  • Page: 343
  • Format: Paperback
  • It is a story of a single deadly voyage of a ship across the south china sea, from hong kong to Red China, Philippines and back to Hong Kong during the winter of 1975 No doubt that it is about the sea, storm and adventurous men but most of all it is the story that probe deep in to the human minds molded by Indian, British, Philippine and Indonesian cultures It is the drIt is a story of a single deadly voyage of a ship across the south china sea, from hong kong to Red China, Philippines and back to Hong Kong during the winter of 1975 No doubt that it is about the sea, storm and adventurous men but most of all it is the story that probe deep in to the human minds molded by Indian, British, Philippine and Indonesian cultures It is the drama of these four cultures conflicting, clashing, but living together to fight their destiny, which makes M T Aiwa Maru the only novel of its kind in the world literature Many known directors from Indian film industry have an ambition to create a movie based on this novel.
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    1 Blog on “M.T.Aayava Maroo

    1. VijayaRaghavan S N says:

      At last got hands on an Indian author book which isn t centered around sex Don t get the illusion that there s no mention of sex when I said it isn t centered around sex There is sex mentioned in it Just like any other Indian author books But the difference is that sex is not what is going to sell the book if the book has got decent sales If the book has done good business in the market then it s going to be a wake up call for other Indian authors that you need not base your book on sex to gener [...]

    2. Aniket Mahajani says:

      As stated in the book description, the book is really one of its sort Its something newly I found in marathi novels Thanks Hats off to Samantji.

    3. Archies Nayak says:

      The success of this book is it connects with you, although it takes time of some pages but it does connect The language of Anant samant is simple and practicle abusive words, frank conversations, sex , sense of humour etc I like this book very much it portrays life on a ship, different situations, human emotions, how people are in real life etc Those who felt it misogyny probably not read with the interest and did not analyze what author is trying to say probably they are running from reality of [...]

    4. Pratik Kulkarni says:

      Reading this book is a state of art experience It s basically a story a voyage It is the journey of human minds breaking the boundaries of the society and going insane like an infinite ocean This is a must read specifically for those who are searching for something different to read in Marathi.

    5. Siddarth Gore says:

      The plot is good and the characters are interesting But there is a lot of repetition in the description of people and events It s a good read.

    6. Aditya Patil says:

      Read a Marathi book after a long time and this book was a great choice Full with explosive emotions and lively prose, it breaks many barriers of Marathi literature The story stuns you and makes you sad, but you know, you expected it exactly as it is It brought me back to loving Marathi words and phrases Now I m even determined to read as much Marathi literature as I can.

    7. P says:

      If graphic descriptions of women being tortured, whipped, punched in the stomach, slapped in the face, screamed at, threatened with murder, incest, humiliated and verbally abused floats your boat, then this is the book for you.Speaking for myself, I found the 20 year old narrator implausible and colorless The final scene of sexual assault was revolting to read This rambling novel lurched from dull overwrought descriptions of sailing to sordid soap operatic dialogues It meandered on and on, with [...]

    8. Abhishek Merukar says:

      This is a very fine book when it s not about Ujjwala Unfortunately, 60% of the book is about Ujjwala and so the book only left me half impressed The writer has natural flourish and the introduction of the book is one of the best passionate texts i ve read in long time.The start and end of the book is awesome but the parts where Ujjwala dominates the narrative was disappointing.

    9. Protyasha Pandey says:

      463 pages misogyny I don t know how the editors at penguin let this rather pulpy text pass as a novel, and I m equally astounded at having survived it Aiwa Maru is oddly reminiscent of a Bollywood flick from the 80s, whose plot revolves around

    10. Nisha Bikar says:

      read it long back would term it as okay okay.

    11. Prakash Srinad says:

      Was an okay read The sea journey plot was good It tells about the relationships of men, their greed and their passion for sailing The characters are not strong at heart.

    12. Ashish Patil says:

      New trend setter in Marathi

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