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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
Topic started by Bindu.R (binram_2000@yahoo.com) (@ 203.90.88.253) on Tue Jul 8 03:11:59 .


Hi all,
I have read books by different women writers like Anuradha Ramanan, Indumathi, Ramani Chandran, Sivasankari, Vaasanthi etc. I would like to discuss and know what you people think about their way of writing and about their stories.
Also I would like to know the best tamil women writer.

Rgds
Bindu

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:849e7c48a9]This is Gani from Dubai i am alone here if anybody give Rajesh kumar Detective Novel Website it is useful for me reading and time passing also .
thanks friends
my email address: psgani@hotmail.com[/tscii:849e7c48a9]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:9f92167e4e]hi everyone, I love ramani chandran novels, However I would like to know some of the other authors whose style of stories or writting like her can someone send me the list
thank you
-shanthi[/tscii:9f92167e4e]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:9d0cd8da32]hai,
I've read sandilyan's KADALPURA recently.wonderful novel.
geetha[/tscii:9d0cd8da32]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:5ce755da8b]hai
pls tell me where i can read tamil novels family type stories from the net [/tscii:5ce755da8b]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:51ce57e09e]Hi me too at the same place, wish to read the novels of rajesh kumar. pls pls pls if anyone could now the web id pls mail it to aboohassan@hotmail.com i will be grateful to them. thanks & regards[/tscii:51ce57e09e]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:c6b1810cbb]hi all, i am sankari. i like to read tamil novels. i like anuradha ramanan, sivasankari and vasanthi's way of writing. Anuradha ramamnan 's writing is like to see the day to day life of some one known.[/tscii:c6b1810cbb]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:189d516d43]hi all
i am chitra. I am interested in reading mangaiyarmalar. Can somebody suggest any website where i can buy some old books or read on site[/tscii:189d516d43]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:090eb5a513]among the writers male or female you cant choose the best one...........becasue everyone's style is different , one's best is may not the best for some others....like that. But EVERY WRITER is of UNIQUE in their own style........so as a READER you should read more and more by different authors...........[/tscii:090eb5a513]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:e6a1c40db8]Hi Susi,
I too accept ur comments. In this one year, I have changed my opinion and interest about different writers and their way of writing[/tscii:e6a1c40db8]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:2b54dd9d8d]guys pls tell me where i read ramani chandran novels!!! [/tscii:2b54dd9d8d]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:fa1a39923a]Hi,
I am also interested in reading Vasanthi,Anuradha Ramanan,Indhumathi,Ramani Chandran,Sujatha,Thi.Janakiraman,Ki.Rajanarayanan, Kalki,Jeyamohan,Ramakrishnan books..[/tscii:fa1a39923a]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:9ecb89aa2b]have any one read Rajam krishnan's tamil novels?[/tscii:9ecb89aa2b]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:06405a69f9]wow, i didn't know such a site existed. are these tamil novels available in english?
K[/tscii:06405a69f9]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:32225959c6]Hi everybody, this is vasumathy here. Please read a novel by name "NAINDA ULLAM' written by Anutthama. Very very interesting family love story. Today's Ramanichandran novels should learn from that. but my favourite women writer is Vaasanthi for her humanist approach. In men ofcourse SUjatha and Balakumaran.[/tscii:32225959c6]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:6f74c7ca6b]i have read more than 50 novels from ramanichandran.
i want the following novels in the net
lavanya
vairamalar
jodi purakkal
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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:da88eeab17]Hai
I have read all types of navals. I like to reed the book of 'Mulpathai'. But i didn't get that book. If any one read that book, please tell me where i can get that book.[/tscii:da88eeab17]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:c4d4098a11]Hai
I have read all types of navals. I like to reed the book of 'Mulpathai'. But i didn't get that book. If any one read that book, please tell me where i can get that book.[/tscii:c4d4098a11]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:18e5c3a30d]i want to know the address and contact details of writer Balakumaran and Vasanthi. If any one could help me - i would be thankful.[/tscii:18e5c3a30d]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:8f9aa03133]hi all this is preethi. can anyone tell me where i can read ramani chandran's novels online. pls.[/tscii:8f9aa03133]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:44157add2e]Among all the woman writers in Tamil that I have read, the best is Ambai. Ambai's "Veetin Moolaiyil Oru Samaiyalari" is a collection of brilliant short stories. Ambai's writings are feminist; but she would be probably horrified at the thought being a feminist writer. She is a a writer who happens to be a woman rather than a woman writer.

I still remember "Tharaiyil Irangum Vimanangal" by Indhumathi. It is her masterpiece.

Vasanthi is one of the better writers in Tamil.

Among the new writers, I really liked Bama. Bama's recent book, Vanmam, was very good. Bama's scene is very different from the one I know of. What does a Chennai dweller know of Pallar-Pariyar casteist clashes in a village?

Kanchana Damodaran used to frequent these pages. I have read a few short stories by her and they were quite good.[/tscii:44157add2e]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:e12e4a168c]hi i am ksp. PLEASE
can anyone tell me where i can read ramani chandran's novels online.Can any one read ramanichandran's 'banumathi'.i want that novel also

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:ebba881ba6]hi. can anyone tell me where i can read ramani chandran's novels online. pls.


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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:97eda25bd2]hi. can anyone tell me where i can read ramani chandran's novels online. pls.


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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:5b094dab33]hi. can anyone tell me where i can read ramani chandran's novels online. pls,pls,pls.
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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:c97eb6500f]Hi,
hi to all. I Have read more than 50 novels of Ramani Chandrans. Kanjana Jaithilaker and Chitra Bala are the new writers whose writings like Ramani chandran. Their writing resembles Ramani chandran writings sometimes.(Please notes that writings not stories, That means handling emotional scens) Go through above mentioned books also. Iam sure u people will enjoy
BYE[/tscii:c97eb6500f]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:1cd3d4e26b]Sorry small correction hi to all. I Have read more than 50 novels of Ramani Chandrans. Kanjana Jaithilaker and Chitra Bala are the new writers whose way of writings like Ramani chandran. Their writing resembles Ramani chandran writings sometimes.(Please notes that only writings but not stories, That means resembles same while handling emotional scenes) Go through above mentioned writers books also. Iam sure u people will enjoy. OK BYE[/tscii:1cd3d4e26b]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:ad9cf33d99]Hi,
Yes Chitra Bala stories also good. I already read it. I read very few books of Kanjana Jaythilakar, it is also good. More interesting like ramani chandran books. If v start reading their books, v cant keep it down, that much good.
Bye[/tscii:ad9cf33d99]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:686afbba51]anyone tell me which site gives online ramanichandran novels?i mean where to find the novels online?[/tscii:686afbba51]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:0f2556a19c]i favorite author is only ramani chandran.we can enjoy her books like any thing.if any one knows her ph no and email id ,will u pls tell me thaks[/tscii:0f2556a19c]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:f8a2e8a9ba]I don't know why the discussion is confined with women novel writers.in novel field i think has a leong way to go, but they had a good start, espically that of ambai and dhamayanthi. sivasankari has come up grately in oru manthanin kathai. but women writers work is great in kavithai espically that of salma, kutti revathi, vennilla. malathi mythri's novel though highly pitted against male community , has lot of things to reexamine our society and culture.[/tscii:f8a2e8a9ba]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:0ef7037a56]hi bindu
iam an ardent fan of ramani chandran. i read the live link in dinamani. thanks bindu. i love to read tamil novels - r there any other books online . pls tell me the website[/tscii:0ef7037a56]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:904f6b1a88]the best of all ,say among the "contemporaries",is ,in my view ,Vaasanthi.
She clearly exhibits the intellectual mind set,synchronised with our times,of the woman in the later part of 20th century.
ambai or rajam krishnan --they are different--cant say they are "woman" writers[/tscii:904f6b1a88]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:fb700c7f95]Hi,
Ramani chandran madams novels are unique in style(My favourite author). Apart from her, R.Manimala, Vaasanthi, Vidhya Subramaniam and Anuradha ramanan are also very good writers in family concepts.

I am searching for Rc madams novels online for a very long time. could anyone help me in finding some novels online or send me some of her stories to me ID : abi_augi@yahoo.com[/tscii:fb700c7f95]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:9ba7bc6e10]Ramanachandran is just amazing. There are many authors who are trying to resemble her way of writing, to catch up our attention. I recently read a novel from a different author, which had lot of inputs from Ramani Chandran's novel. I know there's a book shop run my RC's huby which is in Mylapore and I guess it is Karthik Book Store. U get all RC's collection there.[/tscii:9ba7bc6e10]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:625da4d182]Ramanichandran is just amazing. There are many authors who are trying to resemble her way of writing, to catch up our attention. I recently read a novel from a different author, which had lot of inputs from Ramani Chandran's novel. I know there's a book shop run my RC's huby which is in Mylapore and I guess it is Karthik Book Store. U get all RC's collection there.[/tscii:625da4d182]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:77f201bb33]r there any online novels(Ramanacandran)?

-rr[/tscii:77f201bb33]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:c8a4107a54]tamilwriter[/tscii:c8a4107a54]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:7079db321e]you people are so interested in reading Ramanichandran novels. But dont you think it is worth enough (if so) to pay for it and then read instead of reading it online free of cost. I know you people are always silly.[/tscii:7079db321e]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:980783bcf9]Ramanichandran is just amazing. She is my fav author... i have collected abt 80 books of her... thnkzz 4 u Bindu.. coz i've got the list of my fav author Mam Ramanichandran's novelss... it's very easy to me to collect the rest...[/tscii:980783bcf9]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:f3eaaab016]bUY tamil writers book online

at

www.udumalai.com[/tscii:f3eaaab016]

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12th December 2004, 07:33 AM
[tscii:c8704ff40e]how do get the biography of kothainayagiammal vai.mu. can u help me[/tscii:c8704ff40e]
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priti
28th December 2004, 04:59 AM
Hello. I am new to this forum. It seems as though there is a huge fan club for the writer Ramani Chandran. Can someone talk about her work? Why do you like it so much? And what are some of the titles that you would reccomend?.
also I could not find her listed at udumalai.com

rb
20th January 2005, 01:59 AM
hi,
happy new year to all. I'm new to the hub.I love to read books...tamil,english. In tamil I like lakshmi,anuradha ramanan and in male authors i adore writings of balakumaran.and of course evergreen works of kalki.

btw,any balakumaran fans out there.what is the latest work from him.I have been out of touch recently.

binram_2000
23rd March 2005, 07:50 AM
Hi Friends,
Why can't we discuss about some good women characters in Tamil novels / stories?
Rgds
Bindu

Arthi
13th September 2005, 08:54 AM
Hi Friends

Am new to this forum.... am a great fan of Ramani Chandran. After seeing this looooooooong discussion about RC, me too want to put forth my opinions.
Frist of all I want to say that why do I like RC's Novel.
See
Firstly I need Time pass so I read RC's Book, because in her novel, there won't be any tragedy endings.
secondly some friends wrote that there is no social value in her story, for this what I personnaly believe is we all are well matured, we should know to distinguish between good and bad right?. Throughout our life we cann't depend on others to advice us.

Then same theme... for that also I have one point.. even though the theme is same just see the way she takes the story.... fighting between the Nayagan and the Nayagi...
Then in her story she always stress some qualities about girls
1. she knows karate anything like that to save herself in emergency period
2. Selfconfident girl, ready to take up any jobs... unless and untill it is illeagel
3. Intelligent girl and able to handle the critical situation without losing temper..
so many good points like this.. we can note this and try to inculcate

For good time pass and good feeling I guess we can read RC's book

Can you all agreee with me
Bye for now
HAPPY GANESH CHATHURTHI....

Any tamil friends in Bombay who have joined in this forum???? egarly want to know

solomon
14th September 2005, 07:14 PM
Friends,

Sivasankari's writngs are Postive and Constructive.

Lakshmi has more Sogam.

Ramani Chadran- Romantic, Positive but of high society only, but interesting for Time pass and can be read any number of times.

Indumathi- Variety.

MosesMohammedSolomon

Arthi
15th September 2005, 08:44 AM
Hi Bindu

I saw ur site... wonderful. If possible could you please upload anyother RC's novel?

Have a nice day

Arthi
4th October 2005, 01:47 PM
Hi Friends

Is anyone here to share their views about RC's latest novel "UNNAI NAAN SANDHITHEIN" (I Met You in English).

Really I liked that novel...

The hero wants to take revenge on heroings father... and how hero and Heroings get together atlast... is the gist

start share your views about this novel

Have a nice day