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Malgudi Adventures by R.K.Narayan is a fun book meant for young readers.
Summary Of The Book
Stories of Babu, Rama, Raju, Balu, Chandran, and Raja are included in Malgudi Adventures. Raju finds himself as a guide as soon as Malgudi procures a train station. Babu sets his house into complete darkness while he is on the mission to set the Navaratri lights up for his sister. Balu for some reason decides that his father’s ledger belongs in the ditch.
There is also a story about Raja, also known as Tiger, who ambushes a local school. The book offers an enjoyable read for people of all ages.
In another one of R.K.Narayan’s works, on a dark night in Malgudi, there is a lost stranded boy in the middle of the streets. Chandran is deeply in love one evening, on the banks of Sarayu. A boy who is a snake charmer shares a friendship with his monkey, Rama.
This is a compilation of R.K. Narayan’s best.
About R. K. Narayan
R. K. Narayan was an Indian author, best known for writing Malgudi Days, set in the fictional town of Malgudi.
His other works include Swami And His Friends, The Bachelor Of Arts, The Financial Expert, The Guide, The Man-Eater Of Malgudi, The Vendor Of Sweets, The World Of Nagaraj, and Grandmother’s Tale among many other books in a writing career that spanned almost six decades.
R.K. Narayan was known for his simple writing style. He used everyday situations to narrate his stories. He also ensured that all his characters conformed to the Indian society. He had often been compared to Nikolai Gogol and Anton Chekhov by his peers.
Rasipuram Krishnaswami Iyer Narayanaswami was born in the year 1906. He had completed his schooling in Madras (now Chennai) and Mysore. He has a Bachelor’s degree from the Maharaja College Of Mysore. He had briefly served as a school-teacher and then as a reporter before taking up writing novels full time. R.K. Narayan breathed his last on 13th May, 2001, aged 94.
|Number of Pages||280 Pages|