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This is far more than a simple narrative of Swami's adventures - charming and entertaining as they are. By the delicate use of detail sympathetically observed, the author establishes for us the child's world as the child himself sees it: and beyond, the adult community he will one day belong to - in Swami's case, the town of Malgudi, which provides the...
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MALGUDI DAYS is among Narayan's collection of short stories. The stories written with Narayan's simple style and characteristic gentle irony portray the variety and colour of Indian Life.
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The story of Jagan  a prosperous widower, a sweet-vendor who contrives to combine handsome profits with high-minded Gandhian Principles.
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Sriram is twenty. As a mark of his coming of age his grandmother allows him the pass-book to his savings in the local bank, but Sriram is growing up in other ways, too, and an enchanting and unpredictable girl leads him to the entourage of Mahatma Gandhi.
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A delightful collection from India's foremost storyteller, Under the Banyan Tree adds twenty-eight tales to the rich and colourful heritage of R.K. Narayan's fictional south Indian city, Malgudi.
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In this masterpiece, India's preeminent novelist introduces a character not unlike himself, a compulsively engaging raconteur-"They call me Talkative Man.Some affectionately shorten it to TM: I have earned this title, I suppose, because I cannot contain myself.My impulse to share an experience with others is irresistible".
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NARAYAN was born on October 10th 1906 in Madras. This is a commemorative edition issued to mark the Birth Centenary of the author. Rare photographs of Narayan and brilliant sketches by his brother R.K.LAXMAN, the famous cartoonist,are notable features of this edition.
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     This is the story of Chandran, a young man in his last year at college when the novel opens. Life, half-planned, is before him.
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Margayya is a complex and entrancing character with a flair for those fabulously involved minor financial transactions which are an integral part of Indian life. We first meet him sitting in the shade of a banyan tree, advising the people of Malgudi how to extract loans from the Co-operative Bank.
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Weekly publications of The Banner is entirely due to two dedicated Malgudi inhabitants: Srinivas edits the newspaper, while Mr.Sampath prints it.
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Railway Raju Is a disarmingly corrupt tourist guide, who lives by his wits and falls in love with a beautiful dancer.
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