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Rainbow Years: Conflict to Contentment

Rainbow Years: Conflict to Contentment

by   Madabhushi Madan Gopal (Author)  
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5.0 Ratings & 14 Reviews
Sold By:   Garuda Prakashan

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ISBN 13 9798885750042
Book Language English
Binding Paperback
Total Pages 270
Edition 2022
Publishers Garuda Prakashan  
Category New Release Books   Fiction   Politics   Crime   Left Wing Extremism  
Weight 350.00 g
Dimension 15.00 x 23.00 x 2.00

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The theme of the book is very topical. One is sure to find politics and spiritualism. I would love to read the book.
Review by - Nikhilesh , March 02, 2022

Unique and interesting

As someone who belongs to the generation who hasn't experienced the emergency or any such political unrest, this book will give one a snapshot of that Era.
Review by - Nisarga M, March 07, 2022

Rainbow Years

Politics , life and Spirituality Awesome
Review by - G K Pramod, March 07, 2022


Eagerly awaiting the release of the book. Spiritualism-Politics-Spiritualism is a cycle. Would be an interesting read.
Review by - Ramani N, March 07, 2022

Rainbow years

An intensely woven story of young enthusiasts , driven by ideologies they thought would serve good for society. Only later after harsh journey , some unknown spiritual force changes the directions of life to each of them. This well said fictional story provokes thoughts that though as youngsters there could be conflicts in path one treads but can reach a contented arena of life, provided there is a 'positive change' of direction by having courage and faith. This book can be very motivational case study to many especially youngsters. The olders may enjoy remembering similar nostalgic incidents of their life. Thus, a must read for all.
Review by - Sadhana Raju, March 07, 2022

Rainbow Years conflict to contentment, Madabhushi Madan Gopal

An intensely woven fictional story of young enthusiasts. From a path filled with conflicts, the life changes miraculously towards a contented mode. Spiritual path seems waiting like 'a special purpose vehicle'. A motivational case study to youngsters. A story which would remind nostalgic moments to elders. Thus, a must read for all. The writer has articulated very sensitive intricacies of lives of all the three charecters in the story. Narration is in simple but sometimes a very poetic language.
Review by - Sadhana Raju , March 07, 2022

Rainbow years conflict to contentment Madabhushi Madan Gopal

The title itself is thought provoking . I would love to read the book.
Review by - Sadhana Raju, March 07, 2022

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The title of book itself is thought provoking and interesting. I would love to read this book.
Review by - Sadhana Raju, March 07, 2022

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The title of book itself is thought provoking. Ignites curiosity. I would love to read this book.
Review by - Sadhana Raju , March 07, 2022

The Churning of Bharat

Eagerly awaiting the release, written by a well known retired IAS officer who dedicated his life for truth, honesty and ethical justice. Having exposed and investigated many of the big cases, protests and riots in our nation, I am really looking forward to his views and revelations.
Review by - VikramRam, March 07, 2022
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Beginning 1960s, Marxist ideology was the flavour of the youth. Convinced about the revolution that must come, three friends—Rajen, Suri and Mallana—set out charting their paths through the Left-Wing organisations and movement. As decades pass by, the strategies fail, the ideologies get diluted, connect with the masses is lost, they allow foreign intervention. Of course, the state played its own games. When they meet again after the momentous decades, there is no scope to be judgemental; they must accept the vicissitudes of life.

The novel is the journey of a generation that dreamt of a revolution, the dream shattered by the calming realisation that being of service to the common people—with a sense of non-doership—was the only dream worth pursuing.