Love Story ओलांडून जाताना - ओलांडून जाताना is a love story written by author Shri Omkar M. Dattt Marathi Book Maitra Jivanche 1 by Acruti Apps. Fiction · Suspense & Thriller · Dectective Stories · Short Stories · Children's Books · Religion & Spirituality · Humour · Romance · Biographies & Memoirs · Indian. Books shelved as marathi: मृत्युंजय by Shivaji Sawant, व्यक्ती आणि वल्ली by पु. ल. देशपांडे, बटाट्याची चाळ by पु. ल. देशपांडे, असा .
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Very nice book by Na. Inamdar about Bajirao Peshwa I. Sep 03, Trina Dutta rated it liked it. This book depicts his life and his love for the half-muslim dancer Mastani. Rau was the Peshwa of the Pune-Satara region.
He was to brim of success and was feared by his enemies, the mighty Mughals. He was dedicated to his work and had a different approach towards society. Even being a Brahmin in those early days of 18th century his mind was free from those orthodox Brahmin concepts. His wife Kashibai was a women of kind heart.
She loved Shrimant devotedly. Mean while Rau met this most beautiful singer-dancer Mastani. Even if she was a simple baiji, Rau had kept her and her troops and enjoyed her dance often.
Gradually he fell more for her and their passion for love grew stronger day by day. Rau didn't think for a single day what others would think of his activity. He personally married Mastani and she gave birth to his son Samsher.
Soon all these became a great topic of gossip. The Brahmins got agitated. All the royal families felt that their pride were being hampered by Rau's activities. But on the other hand Rau was arrogant, he was not to be convinced to any conclusion for leaving Mastani even when requested by his own brother Appa.
I truly believe that Rau was a man of strong will and great personality.
He was so high with his own pride that he considered his word to be the last. He did not believe in any religious cliched systems of the Hindus. So he could easily accept the baiji as his wife- he never thought twice, which was unusual for a man of that time. According to me the love story was well plotted but the story is a tragedy. Everything was correctly depicted but If the Bajirao was considered to be a man much ahead of his time then why did he even believe in polygamy.
When he already had a lovely wife like Kashibai he should have been happy with his life instead he fell for another woman like any other royal men of that age. To me religion is not the factor but polygamy, it absolutely not so cool or anything chivalrous.
What kind of a man you are if you hurt your wife and go gaga with some other pretty woman only for her beauty? I found it rather stupid. This would have been okay with me if Rau didn't have a wife on the first place and married the dancer.
That is all I have to say about this book. If anyone loves history or romance or believe in "Love is blind" things they are surely going to love it. There is no such interesting plot twist in this story, it goes plainly from the beginning till the end. Thank you Pan Macmillan India for sending me a copy of this book for review: It allows us deeper insight into the events that propelled the prosperity of the Maratha Empire. Soon, a relationship blossoms between the two, much to the astonishment of others.
As Bajirao finds himself falling in love with Mastani, he is forced to face a society that is highly intolerant of intercaste relationships.
What is more, his loved ones too refuse to accept Mastani, thereby isolating Bajirao in his struggle. Rau mirrors the heartbreak and burden that follows suit with being titled the Peshwa. He is a willful, valiant and affectionate individual. Although he is quick tempered, he fights for what he believes in. It is rather sad that, for a Peshwa who gave his all to the society, he finds himself alone towards the end of his journey.
Secondly, Mastani is not the warrior princess as depicted in the movie. Rather, this novel highlights her demure and agreeable nature. Thirdly, the novel presents to us the next generation and gives importance to the rest of the family.
It was great to learn more about the family and how they were integral catalysts of events at that time. The novel is not split into chapters, rather it is divided into four parts. Albeit this division is uncommon, it does not hamper the reading pace. I found the first few pages to be a tad bit slow. His strength is infectious and urges one to be firm about their beliefs even if the entire world is against it.
Originally written in Marathi, it is a moving tale about love, sacrifice and the irony of possessing power but losing out on the one thing that an individual cherishes the most. I thoroughly enjoyed reading it and would definitely recommend it to all who love historical accounts or simply want to glean more about Peshwa Bajirao and the Maratha Empire.
This book is Translation of one of the greatest novels in Marathi language. Peshwa Bajirao was a fearless leader and the one who loved his empire, who lead the empire to victories in numerous battles 41 to be more precise. He is one of three Generals in the History who has never lost a battle in his life.
The book progress and one gets to know how Bajirao fell in love with Mastani, a mere singer and dancer.
This was a very common thing back in those days,a minister of an empire having a mistress even when he was married. But one gets to know the bond they share and Mastani was more than just a Mistress to Bajirao. Whole of Pune and his entire empire was against Bajirao for keeping a non Hindu mistress and trating her equally as he would treat his wife. On the course Bajirao faces more consequences as his mother, brother and his beloved Kashi Kashibai, wife of Peshwa Bajirao , all close the door on his face without understanding his side.
This book clearly depicts the story of two lovers, who face the hatred of whole world to be together. This book is not just a love story, but a story of the courageous warrior that Peshwa Bajirao was, the loving Father and over caring Elder Brother and a dutiful Husband and Proud Son that he was. You should definitely read the book if you love reading Historic Fiction or even Romance in general. I was provided with a Review Copy of this Book in exchange of my honest opinion.
Jun 29, Piyusha Jadhav Mane rated it it was amazing. The best book on Peshwai.. With details and emotions.. This novel provides us different accounts of war, politics and the life inside the famous Shaniwar Wada. The major portion of the novel is devoted to the beautiful love story of Bajirao and Mastani.
Bajirau who became the Peshwa after his father, Balaji Vishwanath , proved his mettle fighting numerous wars and being victorious in all of it.
This b This novel provides us different accounts of war, politics and the life inside the famous Shaniwar Wada. This book brings out the other side of the Peshwa who dares to challenge the tradition and brings Mastani as her second wife to his haveli, the Powerful house of the Maratha empire.
When the mere name of Peshwa could give sleepless nights for enemies but his love towards Mastani provoked the ire of entire family. His devoted wife, Kashibai who followed him in every step of life shut her door on his face.
His younger brother, Chimaji Appa who followed Peshwa like a shadow made all attempts to separate them. The love towards the Peshwa gives Mastani , the power to digest the social wrath and insults. My respect towards Bajirau has increased immensely after reading this book. Coming to the film made by Bansali, Bajirau Mastani, Kashibai and Mastani never met each other and forget about dancing. The Pinga shows them dancing together.
How come a person who was very angry on Mastani for taking the love shared by his Swami could merrily dance? Bansali knows very well about the formulae of bollywood. This book is a well woven story about Bajiraoa and Mastani and everyone else related to them.
The movie might be based on this book, but their are a lot of differences between them. This is the translated version of the original Marathi book by the same author.
Whatever may the case be, this is definitely a book everyone will enjoy. Personally I loved it. It is a beautiful story and the description of the characters and the on goings is stunning. I recommend it to all, those who have seen the mo This book is a well woven story about Bajiraoa and Mastani and everyone else related to them.
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Published by Nishant patel. Developed by Nishant patel. Approximate size 3. Age rating For ages 3 and up. Category Entertainment. It's not a love story, i Its like they traded, they are so absorbed of being together and it is a great love story Not the best but it is an extrodinary series. The form to add books to the list is at the right-hand side of the page. Apr 11, I am sorry, but Edward is no Heathcliff.
Twilight has left a horrible scar across literature. Apr 13, Susanna wrote: Twilight, and different books like Ella Enchanted are good, but I don't really think they're all about the love story, and they just don't have that feeling that moves you like Pride and Prejudice, Wuthering Heights, and even A Walk to Remember.
Bringing such a touching story with someones faith in God makes it so amazing. Not to mention, no one, not even Edward, can compare with Mr. I didn't mean to reply to your comment, Susanna.
Apr 14, No problem. Jun 06, Jun 11, My faves: Jane Eyre: Love them!! Wuthering Heights: Classic love story of star crossed lovers doomed from the beginning. A love that couldn't be stopped even by death Persuasion: I love it! Jul 16, Victoria wrote: I know!! Aug 06, Great list Aug 21, I dont like twilight or new moon or anything from that vampire thing. Sep 11, I completely agree with Rumors. It's amazingly romantic. Nov 11, The classics are much better and I think it is an joke modern day books.
Dec 07, I just can't believe that Twilight is above Wuthering Heights and all those incredible books. I think that many of the people that voted for Twilight hasn't read any of the classics, because it is impossible not to hate Twilight once you have read Romeo and Juliet. Dec 22, Ok, if you don't like Twilight then why are you even waisting your time to tell the world you hate it?
I love Twilight and the classics so does it matter? It's projected towards teens anyway you really think a teen is going to read Withering Heights over Twilight? Some will yes, but those books are just toold fashion for some people, at least they're reading something. So stop hating.
And, please don't make any more generalisations -- which are nonsense. Well sorry, I can't voice my opinions? And sorry typo. All I'm saying is some teens or anyone else will like either one, I'm not trying to say no teen will like Wuthering Heights and to just accept some people like something you don't.
That's all I'm trying to say. Dec 23, I have many things to say. First of all, it would surprise you how many teens would read the classics if Robert Pattinson starred in the movies.
They don't know about the classics and the read what the media sells them. But I am a teenager, and I can clearly recognize the difference in the quality of the writing.
Just think of it. Twilight is above Romeo and Juliet, a book that many people came to refer as the greatest love story of all times, a girl, a vampire and a wolf can't beat that. And I waste my time to tell the world I hate Twilight because I can voice my opinions, just like you said: Sorry if my English is not good, I'm from Argentina. Thank you I agree! And, just because Twilight is extremely popular right now, thanks to the entertainment industry, it does not mean that people'll remember it, bother reading and discussing it with their friends after 50 years.
Will it survive that long, anyway? Yet, true literary classics, such as; Wuthering Heights and Jane Eyre will probably be read by our grandchildren. I claim that, because they survived, and will survive by the help of mature readers -- who have a higher taste in art. Dec 24, Couldn't agree more with you. Dec 25, I agree with both of you. Jun 25, Lady Alice wrote: That man disliked a LOT of things mate, it's not even funny. Add a reference: Book Author.
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