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Same place but with different perspectives This twin wonder is interconnected and at the same time independent with Beniyamin tou As a Malayali who has always claimed of detesting her malluness I found myself cringing and even getting stung by the Frank depiction of Mallu apoliticalness and the eagerness of mallus to otherise people and isolating them by speaking in Malayalam in the presence of a non malayali I gave the novel three stars for that sharp observation Sameera Parwin baffled me by her immense strength and had me swear and cry towards the end of the book You would think I gave my fourth star because of this But honestly I gave my two stars to Baba And for the loving man he was And for being strong enough to cry Man oh man This was one beautiful read

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Drop of Jasmine revolution that took place in Arabia Both novels depict the same issue narrated by two different people from the Jasmine Days tells the story of Sameera as she gets accustomed to living in a Middle Eastern city with her father and relatives This shift away from home and her new job as an RJ brings her closer to assimilating with people of different backgrounds Her friendships take on new definition when the city gets torn apart by religious conflicts In this contemporary fiction the author draws up a raw and gritty picture of the effects of communal tension and violence This novel surpassed my expectations and grew on me rather uickly with its unusual style of narrative and the subject matter it dealt with Politics and religion are not themes that make for an easy read but Jasmine Days has the power to keep you hooked to its pages The apprehensions of being an outsider the inevitable culture shock and the patriarchal notions concerning gender roles are all aspects of the plot seen through Sameera s perspective The style of writing in this translated work is crisp and not flowery Many disjointed events and instances are strung together to form the overall story There are no chapters only subheadings within broad sections Themes of corruption religious intolerance women s rights and protest culture are explored in this novel It also addresses the topic of media transparency during conflicts how people in power become gatekeepers of news There are a lot of characters in this novel only a couple of which take precedence over the others Sameera has firm opinions about what s right or wrong she enjoys music and has never really considered what her religious identity might mean on a larger scale Jasmine Days brings out the jarring truth about revolts how innocent people have to bear the brunt of the actions of a few I CANNOT STRESS THE IMPORTANCE OF THIS BOOK ENOUGH Highly recommend reading it What do you get out of it A moving story about individuals caught in an uprising not knowing if they are safe within their own homes Ratings 425 out of 5 stars Thank you Juggernaut for sending me a copy of this book in exchange of an honest review

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A twin novel surprise from Benyamin 'Al Arabian Novel Factory' and 'Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal' are two novels set in the back One of the best written novels ever This has easily become one of my fav reads of the yearI will not forget the characters ever the scenes the dialogues the riots and the protests the killings and the misunderstanding that are still prevalent today regarding the MuslimsThis book has been narrated in such a simple yet powerful way that it was impossible for me to put it down until I reached the last pageFinally a book worth the hype and all Highlights Relatable scenes and situation Well related facts Historical details well highlighted Argumentsdiscussions well presented regarding the constraints between the different sects of the concerned community The hardships and sacrifices faced by the common men in the name of such riots issuesThe writing style is remarkableThe seuence well maintainedThe plot is gripping and based on well researched prevailing relevant topicsA much needed book today to be read by one and all Subtle humour well inserted in midst of chaotic scenes All kinds of emotions well portrayed in between the linesI can so relate with the main protagonist Sameera with all her perfections and imperfections However I cannot find the title relevant And the cover a bit underwhelmingBut this book is going to be one of the most unforgettable reads everRecommendedI will not talk much in detail about this book as I myself need to do a lot of research regarding many issues mentioned in the bookIt will not be correct to assume things just because this book is a fictional workIt s just that I loved the idea about this book the writing style and the characters

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  • മുല്ലപ്പൂ നിറമുള്ള പകലുകൾ | Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal
  • Benyamin
  • Malayalam
  • 21 October 2019
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About the Author: Benyamin

Benyamin born 1971 Benny Daniel is an Indian novelist and short story writer in Malayalam language from Nhettur Kulanada Pattanamtitta district of the south Indian state of Kerala He is residing in the Kingdom of Bahrain since 1992 from the age of twenty and his works appear regularly on Malayalam publications in Kerala



10 thoughts on “മുല്ലപ്പൂ നിറമുള്ള പകലുകൾ | Mullappoo Niramulla Pakalukal

  1. says:

    One of the best written novels ever👍This has easily become one of my fav reads of the yearI will not forget the characters ever; the scene

  2. says:

    Jasmine Days by Benyamin is a translated work of fiction It was originally written in Malayalam The story is set in an unnamed city in the Mid

  3. says:

    45 starsJasmine days is a beautiful hard hitting book which hits you at the right places It's a very relevant book in today's times Read on to know my thoughts about it🌼Jasmine days is set in the background of the Arab Spring revolution and the story is told through Sameera a Pakistani immigrant who works as a RJ in Orange Rad

  4. says:

    Jasmine Days tells the story of Sameera as she gets accustomed to living in a Middle Eastern city with her father and rela

  5. says:

    Revolution How does a revolution come about Who decides its time to upend the status uo Does one ever feel ready for a revolution f

  6. says:

    45 Gathering my thoughts for now but a brilliant read for sure

  7. says:

    As a Malayali who has always claimed of detesting her malluness I found myself cringing and even getting stung by the Frank depiction of Mallu apoliticalness and the eagerness of mallus to otherise people and isolating them by speaking in Malayalam in the presence of a non malayali I gave the novel three stars for that sharp observation Same

  8. says:

    A bit less than four starsAfter my chance stumble on Benjamin's book Goat Days I was dying to read another book by him Reading jasmine days seemed like it was written by someone else possibly because it was a different tra

  9. says:

    There is so much to learn from this book loved the prose style metaphore the way to express emotions the unsaid words between the protagonist and her father though i am not interested into politics but author did justice by

  10. says:

    Why should you read this Fluid conversational style narrative that doesn't make itself complicated at any point Diverse characters multiple view

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