PRAVAS EKA LEKHAKACHA AND JANAVANATIL REKHATANE

MEHTA PUBLISHING HOUSE
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मी रेषांकडे केव्हा, कसा वळलो? आज आठवतं ते इतकंच की, लहान वयातच वळलो. शब्दांकडे वळण्याआधी रेषांकडे वळलो. घरात कोणी चित्रकार नव्हते. कोणामुळे हा नाद लागला? काही सांगता येत नाही. आठवणी उकरू लागल्यावर ध्यानात येतं की, ही आवड निर्माण व्हायला माझी आई थोडीफार कारणीभूत झालेली आहे. रांगोळ्या, गव्हा-तांदळांनी भरलेले चौक, रंगविलेले संक्रांतीचे घट. हिरवी पाने, नारळ, सुपार्‍या, खणांच्या घड्या, काचेच्या बांगड्या, बुक्का, गुलाल, हळद-कुंकू, चैत्रगौरी, त्यांच्यापुढची आरास, सारवलेल्या अंगणात रेखलेली गौरीची पावले... आकृती, रंग, रेषा यांची किती विविध आणि सुंदर रूपं मला बघायला मिळायची! मला आज वाटतं, चित्रकलेचं माझं शिक्षण इथून सुरू झालं. 

साहित्यिक असतो, होत नाही. जितक्या स्वाभाविकपणे केळीला घड येतो.
तितक्याच स्वाभाविकपणे त्याच्याकडून लेखन होतं.जमिनीचं कवच फोडून वर ऊसळून येणा-या
केळीच्या रसरशीत कोंभातच घडाचं आश्वासन असतं.
असा तो मुळातच असला, म्हणजे आजूबाजूच्या वातावरणाचा लाभ त्याला मिळतो.
व्यंकटेश माडगूळकर यांच्या ४० वर्षांतील लेखन प्रवासाचं मनोज्ञ दर्शन.

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As I stayed in a small hut at the banks of a lake in the Nagzira Sanctuary, this huge peepul was my constant companion.We all know Rajasthan as a desert. But we found many storages of water all along which are far away from the human habitats. It was here that we came across many birds.I roamed around the Himachal Pradesh. I saw the snow covered Himalayas with my naked eyes. And while at the Solan Railway Station, I also came across babies tied on their mother's backs, watching the world around them with astonished and bewildered eyes.

A person is born as a litterateur; he is not moulded into one. This process is similar to healthy shoot of banana emerging from the soil, full of promise of bearing a banana bunch. When a person is full of such competency then he is benefitted by the environment around him.This book is a glimpse of the author’s journey for the past 40 years. 

 

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Publisher
MEHTA PUBLISHING HOUSE
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Published on
May 1, 2012
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Pages
284
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ISBN
9789386745682
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Language
Marathi
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Genres
Design / Graphic Arts / Illustration
Nature / Animals / Wildlife
Travel / Asia / India & South Asia
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स्वातंत्र्योत्तर मराठी साहित्यात जे अक्षर-ग्रंथ निर्माण झाले त्यात ’माणदेशी माणसं’चा समावेश होतो,या व्यक्तिचित्रांत जुन्या कथेतील गोष्ट तर आहेच पण जीवनाच्या अस्सल गाभ्यालाच स्पर्श करणारी नवलकथेची किमयादेखील आहे.अंधारातून पहाट व्हावी, कळीचे फूल व्हावे इतक्या सहजतेने रेखाटलेली ही चित्रे अस्सल मराठी आहेत. दरिद्री माणदेशातील, सामान्य जीवनातील न संपणारं दु:ख निरागसपणे व्यंकटेश माडगूळकर सांगतात. हे दु:ख पाहिलं की मन भांबावतं. माणसं सुखासाठी धडपडतात, पण त्यासाठी ती जन्माला आलेली नसतात असा उदार विचार मनात येतो. जीवनातील हे कारुण्य माडगूळकरांनी कलावंताच्या अलिप्ततेने टिपले आहे त्यामुळं त्यांची ही माणसं आपल्याला विसरता येत नाहीत. त्यांची आठवण झाली की ती मनाला अस्वस्थ करून टाकतात...

Manadeshi Manase' is an inseparable part of postIndependence Marathi literature. The character sketches in this collection are not only tales in the old mould, but also have the magical quality that touches upon the very essence of Life. The characters are genuinely Marathi in nature, and they have been drawn with the ease with which dawn turns into day or a bud blossoms into a flower. With innocence, Vyankatesh Madgulkar tells us about the povertystricken lives of the people of Mandesh and their saga of neverending sorrows. Their tragedy is moving. The mind is filled with the thought that while men seek some happiness, their lives were never scripted to find it. This essential tragic fact is told by Madgulkar with the detachment of an artist. This renders his characters unforgettable. Our mind is disturbed every time we think of them.

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