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Free download or read online Sivagamiyin Sabatham Part-1 - Kalki Krishnamurthy tamil pdf book from the category of Alphabet S. PDF file size of Sivagamiyin. Free Tamil books online for download. Large collection of popular Tamil PDF eBooks and ePub Tamil eBooks. Topics include Tamil literature, stories, Siddha. Sivagamiyin Sabatham (Tamil: சிவகாமியின் சபதம், Sivagamiyin Sabatham, lit. 'The vow of Sivagami') is a Tamil historical novel written by Kalki.

Krishnamurthy's first book was published in In he left Ananda Vikatan and rejoined the freedom struggle and courted arrest. On his release after three months he and Sadasivam started the weekly, Kalki. He was its editor until his death on December 5, About the author Kalki was the pen name of R.

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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Sivakamiyin Sabadham is a historical Tamil novel set in 7th century South India written by Kalki in Believed by some to be one of the first historical novels in Tamil it was originally serialized in the weekly Kalki magazine for about 12 years. This was later published as a Sivakamiyin Sabadham is a historical Tamil novel set in 7th century South India written by Kalki in This was later published as a novel.

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Along with Ponniyin Selvan, this is widely regarded as one of the greatest novels ever written in Tamil Set in 7th century south India against the backdrop of various historical events and figures. The novel created widespread interest in Tamil history when it was being published in the s. Honour, love and friendship form important themes that run through the course of the novel that would be tough to point out who the real hero of the novel is.

Mahendravarman I, the Pallava emperor plays an important role in the first half of the story while his son Narasimhavarman comes into his own as the novel progresses.

The plot revolves around the historical events of the Chalukya king Pulakesi II playing a siege of Kanchi and Narasimhavarman avenging this by attacking Vatapi the capital of the Chalukyas. The novel is divided into four volumes. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. More Details Original Title. Other Editions Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

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Sort order. Dec 23, Thangaprakash Sengodan rated it it was amazing Shelves: Many thanks to Kalki for bringing me the habit of reading books!!. But I was trapped by his writing and I lost my dinner that night and finally put down the book after I never thought of reading a full book before, but it Many thanks to Kalki for bringing me the habit of reading books!!. I never thought of reading a full book before, but it had happened by his fascinating narrating of the story. I could visualize the scenes, characters ofcourse every instants delivered in the book and hailed by the surprise almost in every page.

Immediately I bought his other books, ponniyin selvan and sivagamiyin sabatham they are astounded then I switched to similar kind of novels and grew frantic in reading.

I always believe "A good book can change your life".

I don't want to review these three books Parthiban Kanavu, Sivagamiyin Sabatham and Ponniyin Selvan because these three books are such an extraordinary and exceptionally written in Tamil. View all 4 comments. Mar 18, Girish rated it really liked it. When your rating is in 2 decimal places, you know you have thought a lot about the book. Kalki's this masterpiece should be essential blueprint for writing historical fiction. And the addiction it created for the reader or listener in my case is the stuff of drugs.

The Pallava dynasty has accomplished so much that you are not sure why they are not given their due credit in the Indian history. The story traces Mahendravaraman and later his son Narasimhavaraman's rule centered around 4. The story traces Mahendravaraman and later his son Narasimhavaraman's rule centered around the battles with Pulikesi II. At the pivot of the battle is Sivagami, the gifted bharatanatyam dancer - daughter of Aayanar, the chief sculptor of Mamallapuram and the love of Narasimhavarman.

The villanous Naganandi who is the Buddha Bikshu, spy and evil personified. And we also meet Paranjothi, the youth whom fate destines to be the commander of the Pallava army and friend of Narasimhavarman. Mahendravaraman wants to dedicate his life for arts and sculpture and does not beleive in war. He is also a brilliant war strategist who uses cunning and wily to protect his capital of Kanchi. Books focus around the all consuming love between Narasimhavarman and Sivagami, Paranjothi's adventure and Mahendravaraman's strategy to protect his kingdom.

Book 4 diverges a bit to finish the saga with Narasimhavaraman coming into his own. The tamil is mesmeric and the audiobook makes it more magical with background music and explanation for Tirunavukarasar songs was so beautiful. The songs dissection of Navukarasar's compositions and it's interpretation through bharatanatyam are absoulte bliss. Sivagamiyin Sabatham is a saga of imperfect people.

No ideal characters distilled of goodness. And the imperfections make them memorable. Narasimhavarman is short tempered, Sivagami wavering, Aayanar selfish, Mahndravaraman controling. Amidst all this, the 4th book, I felt seemed to change the basic characters a bit, especially Pulikesi and Naganandi. And that apart, the book ends in the only manner possible. Special mention for the audio book. I would gladly gift it to people I love!

Mar 14, Vijay Raj rated it it was amazing Shelves: I've never been to Mahabalipuram, Kanchipuran or Vathapi, but now I feel like I've been there for long! I've never admired some one dancing Bharatham before, but I did when Sivagami danced in the Kanchi palace! I've never seen elephantry bulldozing a fort, but I did when Narasimhavarman's army attacked the Vathapi fort!

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One must not stop with Ponniyin Selvan. Read Sivagamiyin Sabatham. It has got a lot. View 2 comments. This is widely regarded as one of the greatest novels ever written in Tamil Set in 7th century south India against the backdrop of various historical events and figures. The plot revolves around the historical events of the Chalukya ki Sivakamiyin Sabadham is a historical Tamil novel set in 7th century South India written by Kalki.

Other characters are interspersed into the story seamlessly and the action moves at a furious pace with bits of historical facts here and there to enable the reader understand the characters.

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Never miss Kalki's historical novels and it would make you for sure to read it once again. If you are even remotely interested in the genre of historical fiction, just pick up this book and let Kalki do all his magic.

He takes you through the beautiful streets of Kanchipuram, magnificence of Vatapi, serenity of Thiruchengattankudi of that time when Pallavas and Chalukyas ruled. It varies from dance to art, spying to war and each part of the entire novel gives the thrilling moment to read on. The rich visual imagery that Kalki presents would make you want to time travel and explore our glorious past.

Kalki is such a classic writer that he forces you to emote along with the characters. Each volume ends with a cliffhanger, making you rush to the next. War, palace intrigue, description of nature, culture, religion, all are part of the script.

The author gives you vivid description of the ancient Tamil nation, politics and culture.

Most of the times I felt as if I was living among the characters. Even the last book is a page turner due to the unexpected turn of events.

For a novel of this size, there are many characters like spies, warriors, disguise and Buddhists, and since the novel is this big, we get to know each of them very well. The book is full of mystery, drama, thriller, conspiracy and romance. I can't stop pondering over the fact that today we have such popular novels like lord of the rings, harry potter and game of thrones and amazing on screen adaptations of these too.

I imagine how grand it would be if someone got Kalki's writings on screen. Such an enchanting story entwined with real history would be a delight to see on screen! View 1 comment. Sep 10, Sridhar Babu rated it it was amazing. Dec 17, Balaji Sriraman rated it it was amazing Shelves: Feb 09, Uthraa rated it liked it. Its a great book too. Probably I got very used to Ponniyin selvan or that's really close to my heart ,I was slightly narrow minded and partial while reading this.

Sivagami's character is powerfully portrayed but for some unknown reason she did not have that impact Poonkuzhali or Kundhavai had in P.

Definitely a good read. Oct 04, Ravi Sankar rated it really liked it. I started this book after ponniyin selvan. Just imagine how would anyone's expectation be after reading that epic creation. Failed to meet my expectations. The love in this book was not as heart melting as that of poongulali's or vanthiyathevan's.

A must read, nevertheless.

The war and stuff is good. Sep 25, Sampath Kumar rated it it was amazing Shelves: Jun 03, Prabhu R rated it really liked it. In Details: Sep 04, Balakumar rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: All those know Tamil. This historical tamil novel by Kalki Krishnamoorthy is based on incidents in Tamilnadu that took place during 7th century AD.

Among many historical and fictional characters, Thirunaavukkarasar, a religious head of famous saiva traditions, who has written thousands of poems in praise of Lord Siva in Devaram, also is featured in this novel. The historical characters in this novel are Mahendra Pallava, his son the great Narasimha Pallava, his army commander Paranjyoti, who later becomes a famed s This historical tamil novel by Kalki Krishnamoorthy is based on incidents in Tamilnadu that took place during 7th century AD.

The historical characters in this novel are Mahendra Pallava, his son the great Narasimha Pallava, his army commander Paranjyoti, who later becomes a famed shiva devotee called Siruthondar, Pulikesi II of Badami and others.

The main fictitious character is the heroine of this novel, Sivakami, named as the daughter of sculptor-general of Mahendra varman, who carved most of the famous stone sculptures at Mamallapuram.

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The real situation in this novel is the war waged by Pulikesin II against Pallava kingdom of Kanchi during Mahendravarman's reign and the devastating destructions done by the Chalukya king and the revenge taken by Mahendra's son Narasimha Varman with the aid of his able commander Paranjyoti who burnt the city of Badami to ashes.

In the end the commander takes away a statue of Vigneswara from Badami and establishes it in his native village of Thiruchengattangudi. The story line tells that Narasimha varma was in love with Sivakami, who was taken a prisoner by Pulikesin after the war. On this she takes an oath that Narasimha should take revenge on Pulikesi for his misdeeds and only after that, she will re-enter Pallava kingdom.

Though this was done by Narasimha, he could not marry her due to the political situation that prevailed then. Thus, this famous novel ends as historic tragedy.The movie got banned by the British Government on the grounds that it indirectly aroused the people to fight for freedom.

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The plot revolves around the historical events of the Chalukya ki Sivakamiyin Sabadham is a historical Tamil novel set in 7th century South India written by Kalki. As the story unfolded I felt I was traveling along with the story. Immediately I bought his other books, ponniyin selvan and sivagamiyin sabatham they are astounded then I switched to similar kind of novels and grew frantic in reading. Books by Kalki. Though this was done by Narasimha, he could not marry her due to the political situation that prevailed then.

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