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బారిష్టర్ పార్వతీశం [Barrister Parvateesam] By Mokkapati NarasimhaSastry మొక్కపాటి నరసింహ శాస్త్రి,

  • Title: బారిష్టర్ పార్వతీశం [Barrister Parvateesam]
  • Author: Mokkapati NarasimhaSastry మొక్కపాటి నరసింహ శాస్త్రి
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 236
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • First novel Describes the naive Parvateesam running away from home in Mogaliturru, a small town that he calls a famous historical city in the West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, in order to become a barrister The novel depicts troubles he faced in dealing with other languages, the naive way he behaves with people from the outside world It ends with his reaching sFirst novel Describes the naive Parvateesam running away from home in Mogaliturru, a small town that he calls a famous historical city in the West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh, in order to become a barrister The novel depicts troubles he faced in dealing with other languages, the naive way he behaves with people from the outside world It ends with his reaching shores of England First part is set within the years 1850 to 1900, while India was still under British rule Struggle for independence barely beginning in south India Parvateesam decides to leave for England because of the way he is taunted by his teacher and friends, thinking becoming barrister is the only solution to redeem him self He runs away from home with what little money he had He knows no other language other than Telugu spoken in Andhra Pradesh , believing that once he reaches Madras Chennai capital city of Tamil Nadu he can take a ship to England He knows nothing of the hard ships of this journey.
    Barrister Parvateesam First novel Describes the naive Parvateesam running away from home in Mogaliturru a small town that he calls a famous historical city in the West Godavari district of Andhra Pradesh in order to beco

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    1. I read this book for the first time in 10th grade and absolutely loved it Later I re read it again and loved it even I have been searching for a english version of this book and hope to find it one fine day This is an amazing piece of literature and one of the funniest novels I have ever read.

    2. God Bless the teachers on AP Board who decided to include this book in the syllabus An awesome book and you just cannot stop laughing reading the journey of this Barrister

    3. awesome book for ever and ever read than 100 times.i started reading this book from my 9th standard within 1 daywhat a novel wowank you narasimhasasthri garu thank you.

    4. As many others mentioned, I read this book first when I was in my 10th standard in school That was an awesome experience then later I bought this book recently again and read it This time all the three parts were included in this new printed version I felt mesmerized reading this book all over again after 11 years.One may get bored in the later parts, but this is the best for the times this book is printed and for the following it has acquired through Radio and Weeklies The pace of the book migh [...]

    5. Really this book is amazing.I have read this book of 1st part in my tenth standard and recently I had read other 2 parts The 1st part was humorous and 2nd and 3rd were not that much humorous but not boring and we can read once The second and third parts contains about his studies in ENGLAND and his practice as a lawyer and freedom movement in our country.

    6. There are a lot situations the lead character encounters new people,places and their customs These situations will makes you smile.We get to know the culture of Andhra people in the early half of 20th century.

    7. A book that will beat all your limits of laughter Thanks for my board for including it in my syllabus without which I would have never read it.

    8. Heard a lot about this book and it was also a part of the curriculum for the students of higher secondary school The book enjoys a reputation of being one of the standard book for humor in telugu literature The book is divided into three parts and the first part and the first half of the second part stands perfect to its reputation However the third division drags the pace and slowly the story drifts towards the independence movement though contemporary to the time the book was authored Even if [...]

    9. Book gives insights of our culture, different people, practices which we had earlier, some of the stories are good to hear those are real contemporary Nicely written, given vivid pictures about Fabian society.

    10. This is an autobiography of imaginary person named Mr Barrister parvateesam First part is all about his train journey from village to England It is full of fun ,makes you laugh of his innocence naive attitude.Telugu readers really enjoys reading this book.

    11. Setout in colonial India, it is a narrative of a naive Parvateesam s journey from his village to England to become a Barrister This is the most hilarious novel i have read so far.

    12. This is worth reading , i really loved it I could look into the lifestyle and working conditions of people between 1913 to 1925 Such a lovely book, i will treasure this reading experience all my life 3 3

    13. This was the first Novel i read as far as i remember and though it is nearly 100 years old, the simple humour comedy of the book is what i still cherish I do read this book very often in bits and pieces what ever i feel like reading again and again The story is set in early 20th century wherein A brahmin boy born in an Arthodox family ventures in to doing Barrister in UK and the situations and people which he encountered while travelling to UK and his studies at Britain and his life after return [...]

    14. I read this novel some two or three years back it is a good novel depicting the life and lives of the Telugu people who had to go to England either for studies or for profession My only amazement of this novel is why this novel has been labelled as a COMEDY Novel There is little comedy except the stark reality of life.

    15. I came across this book during my 10th standard This book was a part of 10th academic syllabus then In our syllabus they have included only the part where Parvateesam travels from India to England, I was eager to know how did he survive in England and how did he become Barrister Parvateesam This one is quite a page turner The author has built the character of Parvateesam very well The character, Parvateesam, makes us laugh at his silliness, pity his naveity Quite an entertainer Though third part [...]

    16. This book is really an eye opener for me I knew that our ancestors faced difficulties but this book told me about those difficulties clearly I was also amused by the fact that our currency has a lot value than it has now Parvateesam just spent 10k rupees for his trip to england in 3 yrs I spend 10k when I want to have a round trip from my college to my home I really enjoyed reading this book.

    17. The author is so full of humour, he makes you laugh at the silliest things The protagonist is an innocent and sometimes almost stupid teen who sets out to London from a small village in India to pursue law as his career It portrays, also, snapshots of social and cultural aspects and taboos in India before independence If you can read Telugu then start immediately and appreciate the rib tickling sarcasm Hats off to the author

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