Description First Part It describes the naive Parvateesam running away from home in Mogaliturru, a small town that he calls a “famous historical city” in the. 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. Barrister Parvateesam (Telugu: బారిష్టరు పార్వతీశం) is a Telugu language humorous novel written by Mokkapati Narasimha Sastry in
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Jul 03, Chitranjali Edpuganti rated it it was amazing. He finds some students from India, who help him settle down and mingle with the local population. I want to read it now in telugu. Thank you vanitha you are Really helpful. View all 5 comments. Nonetheless, it is one of the classics in Telugu literature.
Barrister Parvateesam Novel ( బారిష్టర్ పార్వతీశం )= ShyamPrasad = ~ A to Z world
Published by J. Open Preview See a Problem? He is well matured and developed and will win your hearts. Newer Post Older Post Home. He knows nothing of the hardships of this journey. He is stigmatized for having helped a married woman get into a bullock cart by holding her hand. While making a fool of himself in several social situations, he learns the new culture and is impressed by the educational system.
These situations will makes you smile. This page was last edited on 5 Decemberat That is why the book has a lot of optimism all over it. Return to Book Page. The novel depicts troubles he faced in dealing with other languages, the naive way he behaves with people from the outside world.
The pace of the book might be slow or the descriptions about the people are very different because those days people don’t have these many shades as they have today.
Anonymous August 25, at 4: Parvateeszm was an awesome experience then. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. I really enjoyed reading this book.
As many others mentioned, I read this book first when I was in my 10th standard in school. This book is really an eye opener for me. Half way through I forgot it’s a hundred year old book. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. Time to revisit again I guess and it did bring a smile when I accidentally saw it here and couldn’t hold myself rating it 5 stars!
He participates in the freedom movement and goes to prison several times. Koteswararao rated it liked it. Depicts quite realistic point of view of the period in context in a humour associated way. Struggle for independence barely beginning in south India. He knows no language other than Telugu and believes that once he reaches Madras now Chennai, the capital city of then Madras State he can take a ship to England. 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 knows nothing of the hard ships of this journey.
The pace of the book As many others mentioned, I read this book first when I was in my 10th standard in school. Even as war is raging, he finishes his studies to qualify as a Barrister-at-Law and returns to India.
Jeevan December 30, at Durgaprasad rated it really liked it Oct 24, Overall a good book to read. Padigepati Praveen September 14, at Even Heard a lot about this book and it was also a part of the curriculum for the students of higher secondary school.
Remember reading a short story from this book as part of non-detail in school days. Hilarious in the beginning, enjoyed reading this book. It ends with his reaching shores of England. Chaitanya Ailuri rated it really liked it Nov 18, Sep 06, Jonathan rated it liked it. Try not laughing out loud.
బారిష్టర్ పార్వతీశం [Barrister Parvateesam]
I knew that our ancestors faced difficulties but this book told me about those difficulties clearly. Plz i have been searching for this book for so many daysss. Sridhar April 14, at 6: But do not expect the dumbness of protagonist to continue from parvatesam 1 to other two parts.
Gradually he comes into contact with freedom fighters, who are followers of Mahatma Gandhi. He barriser nothing of the hard ships of this journey. Lists with This Book. Heard a lot about this book and it was also a part of the curriculum for the students of higher secondary school.