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Abhogi (Marathi), written by Ranjeet Desai, deals with the many incidents in the life of the protagonist and how they define his life.
Summary Of The Book
Abhogi (Marathi) is the story of true dedication and how the protagonist chooses to live a life based on his conscience. It is often said that life is a game of choice and chance. In Abhogi, the protagonist, Dr. Kailas, is completely dedicated and committed to his life and relationships. A loving son, father, and husband, Dr. Kailas is a very kind and selfless man who is completely committed to his relationships despite the many temptations that he comes across in his life. He is not at all judgemental by nature and respects every individual.
During the course of the story, Kailas meets Maheshkumar and Keshar, who impact his life in different ways. Because Maheshkumar was sick, Kailas takes care of him. Is Maheshkumar then cured of his sickness? What are the intentions in the mind of Keshar and Maheshkumar? This book answers these questions and more.
Published first in the year 1987, Abhogi (Marathi) deals with how life is truly determined by our choices and chances.
About Ranjeet Desai
Ranjeet Desai was a famous writer from Maharashtra, who gained immense popularity with novels like Swami and Sriman Yogi. Ranjit Desai has authored books like Radheya, Megh, Roop Mahal, Madhumati, Ashadh, Kamodini, Shekara, Katal, Aalekh, Pratiksha, Samidha, and Gandhali.
Ranjeet Desai was born in Kolhapur in 1928. Besides novels, Ranjit Desai has also written a number of short stories, plays and movie scripts. A recipient of many awards, he was awarded three awards for his book Swami. These include the Hari Narayan Apte Award in 1963, the Maharashtra Rajya Award in 1963, and the Sahitya Akademi Award in 1964. He was also awarded the Padma Shri from the Government of India in 1973 and the Maharashtra Gaurav Puraskar in 1990. He passed away on March 6, 1992, at the age of 63.
|Publisher||Mehta Publishing House|
|Number of Pages||251 Pages|
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