Susaimma & Advaita – Indira Parthasarathy.

Advaita Vedanta (/ədˈvaɪtə vɛˈdɑːntə/; Sanskrit: अद्वैत वेदान्त, IAST: Advaita Vedānta, literally, "not-duality") is a school of Hindu philosophy, and originally known as Puruṣavāda is a classic system of spiritual realization in Indian tradition. The term Advaita refers to its idea that the true self, Atman, is the same as the highest metaphysical reality of the universe, Brahman. Wikipedia சூசைம்மாவும் அத்வைதமும் - இந்திரா பார்த்தசாரதி Annamma looked at her watch. 5.15. Mathew must... Continue Reading →

Ritual – Indira Parthasarathy.

I have translated couple of short stories of Indira Parthasarathy. 'Distance' figures in most of the top short stories lists. Jeyamohan writes about the author, 'Delhi is Indira Parthasarathy's playground. He looks it as a machine with two large spare parts. One, it is about the people who wield unlimited power, the bureaucrats and the... Continue Reading →

Reason – Indira Parthasarathy.

The first story of Mr. Indira Parthasarathy I translated, Distance, appears in many 'best short stories' list. That story was about a father and daughter and this one is about father and son and more contemporary. One of my favorites. Read on காரணம் - இந்திரா பார்த்தசாரதி Yama (Hindu God of death) had just knocked the... Continue Reading →

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