12 edition of A river Sutra found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||PS3563.E344 R58 1993|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||291 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||291|
|LC Control Number||92035779|
In “A River Sutra,” Mehta returns to the same spiritual territory, examining afresh the tendency to disengage from the world rather too quickly. Hers is a humanist interpretation. In addition to her books, Karma Cola, Raj, A River Sutra, Snakes and Ladders and Eternal Ganesha,Gita Mehta has written articles for a number of Indian, European and American magazines, and filmed documentaries for European and American books have been translated into thirteen languages and published in twenty-seven countries. She lives in New York, London and s:
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A River Sutra is written in mid to late twentieth century style, so it is true to its time period, one could say. This novel uses a framed narrative. This novel uses a framed narrative. The narrator of the novel is an aging burocreate who decides to leave the world and retire as an in keeper. For Book Club Meeting: Saturday, 26th June Venue: Ms. Madhavi Murthy’s residence. Time: pm to pm Out and out, A River Sutra by Gita Mehta is about the Narmada river – a river in central India and the fifth largest river in the Indian subcontinent, forming the traditional boundary between North India and South India. After finishing the book, you feel fulfilled and yet.
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River Sutra is a good book, which has the River Narmada as it's central theme and talks about the lives of those who live near it or come to it for various as described in the book, the stories of the people in the book come to us as water flowing through lives to teach us something/5. Overview Inthe Indian author Gita Mehta published her third book, A River a departure from her other books, which deal with connections between India and the West, the collection of stories that makes up A River Sutra looks at the diverse experiences across India itself.
Presenting disconnected narratives about a variety of people, the book plays on the Indian concept of a. Gita Mehta writes beautifully in A River Sutra.
That makes this book a very pleasant read, but it is not the kind of literary fiction that it is dressed up to be. There are short plots wrapped up in a couple of chapters, one chapter to introduce the character and Cited by: Find books like A River Sutra from the world’s largest community of readers.
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river sutra Download river sutra or read online books in PDF, EPUB, Tuebl, and Mobi Format. Click Download or Read Online button to get river sutra book now. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. A River Sutra Gita Mehta Limited preview - Gita Mehta is the author of the bestselling books Karma Cola, Raj, A River Sutra, and Snakes and Ladders.
She divides her time between New York, London, and India. Bibliographic information. Title: A River Sutra Vintage International/5(8). A River Sutra Enter your mobile number or email address below and we'll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer - no Kindle device required.4/5(34). In A River Sutra, Gita Mehta took a new direction in her her previous works, Karma Cola () and Raj (), Mehta had focused on the interactions between India and the Western A River Sutra, Mehta changes focus and explores the diversity of cultures within accomplish this, Mehta presents seemingly unconnected stories in her novel, stories about Hindu and Jain.
This is an interesting book made up of stories either experienced or told on the banks of the River Narmada. There is a narrator (Sutra-dhar), an ex-civil servant, who takes up the job of the Manager of the Narmada Rest House, a Mughal vintage building deep inside the forest on the banks of the Narmada, as if only to symbolise his entering the Vanaprastha stage of life.
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A River Sutra: an Excerpt. An elderly bureaucrat escapes the world to run a guest house on the banks of India’s holiest river, the Narmada, only to find he has made the wrong choice. Too many lives converge here. Among those who disturb his tranquility are a privileged young executive bewitched by a mysterious lover; a novice Jain monk who [ ].
in the book A river Sutra the author makes it very clear that love is the point and purpose of this quote adam gave us are very simple to get. in the storie every person is chacing love and good times. as life has taught us "what doesnt kill us makes us stronger". this quote matches that of the books message.
it is saying bad things. A River Sutra by Gita Mehta Viking; Rs A sutradhaar, or narrator, is one who threads a story together, while also being at its Mehta's narrator is an elderly bureaucrat and childless widower who decides to spend the last years of his service managing a rest-house on the banks of the river Narmada.
A River Sutra Gita Mehta, Author Nan A. Talese $20 (p) ISBN More By and About This Author MORE BOOKS YOU'D LIKE. ADVERTISEMENT. MORE FROM PUBLISHERS WEEKLY. Summer Reads. Get this from a library. A river Sutra. [Gita Mehta] -- Set on the banks of India's holiest river amid the constant traffic of pilgrims, archaeologists, policemen, priests, and traders, A River Sutra weaves the richness of India into the dangerous lives.
A River Sutra is a lyrical series of interlocking stories that transport the reader to a contemporary India that is a magical blend of reality and myth. It emphasizes the mysteries of the east and foregrounds their self contained insulated reality.
Title – A River Sutra Author – Gita Mehta Genre – Fiction / Mystical Rating – /5 A civil servant voluntarily takes up position at a guest house on the banks of the holy river Narmada. “A River Sutra” is a recollection of stories of the people he meets, or hears about, in and around.
Gita Mehta is the author of the bestselling books Karma Cola, Raj, A River Sutra, and Snakes and Ladders. She divides her time between New York, London, and India. Customer Reviews. Related Searches.
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"Conveys a world that is spiritual, foreign, and entirely accessible."–Vanity Fair. Reading tour. A River Sutra Book Summary: With imaginative lushness and narrative elan, Mehta provides a novel that combines Indian storytelling with thoroughly modern perceptions into the nature of love--love both carnal and sublime, treacherous and redeeming.
"Conveys a world that is spiritual, foreign, and entirely accessible."--Vanity Fair. Reading tour.A River Sutra - Ebook written by Gita Mehta. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices.
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This chapter is the story of Nitin, as read in his diary. Nitin starts his diary by explaining that he came from a.