[Free ePUB] வீரயுக நாயகன் வேள்பாரி [Veerayuga Nayagan Velpaari]Author Su. Venkatesan – Z55z.co

Kapilar having know about velpari comes to his kingdom with expectation of having different experience He is not let down and together with him we are taken for the ride on velpari and his dynasty In other plot pandiyan dynasty is getting ready for marriage of its prince and as gift for the event comes deiva vakku vilangu, a unique species that could solve a big problem that dynasty faces on tradeThe animal is main god of velparies dynasty and pandian wants it to be stolen What happens there on, could pandian steal it Is velpari able to save their god


10 thoughts on “வீரயுக நாயகன் வேள்பாரி [Veerayuga Nayagan Velpaari]

  1. Arvind Srinivasan Arvind Srinivasan says:

    Velpari a novel that gave the impact of how people in TN would be when ponniyin selvan got released Though it came in a weekly for almost 100 weeks we could keep track of the story for those 100 weeks such was the impact of the novel In this fast world achieving such an impact requires an absorbing story line, interesting facts, different plot, good detailing and lots of research The novel has all of them The things that made me awestruck in part 1 are the following 1 Explaining the life Velpari a novel that gave the impact of how people in TN would be when ponniyin selvan got released Though it came in a weekly for almost 100 weeks we could keep track of the story for those 100 weeks such was the impact of the novel In this fast world achieving such an impact requires an absorbing story line, interesting facts, different plot, good detailing and lots of research The novel has all of them The things that made me awestruck in part 1 are the following 1 Explaining the life of people living on ghats 2 Their fitness, food habits and living habits 3 Their knowledge on nature and love they show on each being 4 Knowledge of kings on astrology stars time 5 Reason behind importance being given for karthigai star 6 Explanation on how time was calculated during those period 7 Kings difficulty in trade, how and why they used and traded people 8 Festival celebration in ghats and how different it will be 9 Practices followed to educate younger generation to know about forest, hill and nature 10 Fighting techniques used and how even animals can be used in the way we want without their knowledge 11 Different kinds of plants, animals and birds that lives in forest 12 Messaging technique followed by people in forest 13 Artistic knowledge of people who give gifts and the pun on it 14 Cunning attitude of big dynasties to tame people and extend their border 15 Medicinal knowledge of people and how easily they use them without big fuss on the happening All of these made this book a stand out Almost 2 years have past and still I remember them though not in detail shows what metal the book is made of Go for it, a must read U will be taken to different world, enjoy the experience ride


  2. Sathya Narayanan Sathya Narayanan says:

    Amazing book by Mr S Venkatesan Yesterday I completed the book Unable to recover from the story This is an epic story So much of knowledge about our ancient Tamil legends Knowledge about Natures, Love, Peace, Medical, Animals, Plants, Time, Stars, Mountains, War is amazing I couldn t able to understand the effort spent by Mr Venkatesan in creating this story Thanks again for creating this beautiful Velpari.


  3. Poovizhi Poovizhi says:

    Lived and loved every minute of the story


  4. Sandeep Rajamani Sandeep Rajamani says:

    As an avid reader of Tamil historical novels, I always had Ponniyin Selvan as the benchmark Velpari, according to me is on par with Ponniyin Selvan if not a notch above it The novel begins with Kabilars travel to Parambu malai to meet Paari and his people One of my favorite characters Neelan joins Kabilar and leads him to Paari Neelan questioning Kabilar like a kid and his ignorance about poets and words is hysterical Paari meeting Kabilar for the first time and deciding to carry Kabilar on As an avid reader of Tamil historical novels, I always had Ponniyin Selvan as the benchmark Velpari, according to me is on par with Ponniyin Selvan if not a notch above it The novel begins with Kabilars travel to Parambu malai to meet Paari and his people One of my favorite characters Neelan joins Kabilar and leads him to Paari Neelan questioning Kabilar like a kid and his ignorance about poets and words is hysterical Paari meeting Kabilar for the first time and deciding to carry Kabilar on his shoulders is one of many goosebump moments in the novel I have heard people address lean kids as Dhevangu Not even in my dreams did I imagine this animal would have so much history that can bring a war The novel travels thru the world of various plants, flowers and animals The author scores by explaining the significance of each plant and animals to this novel Arubadham Kozhi, Sunda Poonai, Thogai Naai, Verti Elai, Naakaruthan Pul are few instances My beloved characters apart from Paari and Kabilar are Neelan, Myila Neelans lover , Uthiran, Angavai, Alavan, Keethani , Thekan, Mudiyan, Ravadhan, Kaalamban, Porchuvai, Thesai Vezhar, Karungai Vaanan and Ilamarudhan s horse Aala.Few of goosebump moments are Neelan asking Kabilar if the Ocean is bigger than Paari s kindness,Suulivel fetching Verti Elai to win Thuudhuvai s love, Kaalamban s reaction after knowing he was fighting with Paari, Neelan jumping onto horse Aala, Porchuvai s visit to Kabilar, Thekan carrying Ravadhan in his hands.This novel rich in Tamil history, ends in a war between Paari and Moovendhar The war is basically between people who believe in equality and Virtue and people who want to destroy it Almost 500 pages of war sequence gives us precise and in depth detail of planning and execution Special kudos to Su Venkatesan for writing such a culturally rich novel Equal appreciation to Manian Selvam as well for all those pictures Never a dull moment in this 1400 pages novel Amazing narration


  5. Manimaranselvam Manimaranselvam says:

    Excellent work by Su.Venkatesan


  6. Hamid Shah Hamid Shah says:

    After a long time, Su Venkatesan s Velpaari kindled my interest in reading a Tamil Historical Fiction The Tamil Historical Fiction section is filled with stories of the Three Dynasties Chera, Chola Pandya but the author s take on a small chieftain whose name is well known for a short story on his charity but nothingThe author builds the world of the Parambu Tribe in the first part and it shows the extensive research on his part I am yet to ascertain the facts fiction part of the After a long time, Su Venkatesan s Velpaari kindled my interest in reading a Tamil Historical Fiction The Tamil Historical Fiction section is filled with stories of the Three Dynasties Chera, Chola Pandya but the author s take on a small chieftain whose name is well known for a short story on his charity but nothingThe author builds the world of the Parambu Tribe in the first part and it shows the extensive research on his part I am yet to ascertain the facts fiction part of the details mentioned in the book but he gives fascination account of the lifestyle of the people, animal plant s nature etc The author has brilliantly linked the story of Lord Murugan within this and I really liked his take on him Apart from this, the second part deals with the author s effort to make the King Paari evenlarger than life picture which he was already in Tamil s people mind Some of the war tactics, war heroism were overboard but it s historical fiction why should we put a break to author s imagination Anyways, its a fantastic read and I have enjoyed his previous book as well Kaaval Kottam Good to see a new book on this genre and thoroughly enjoyed reading it


  7. Venkat Ram Venkat Ram says:

    Much awaited book But not as expectedToo much off branch stories deviating from main story line Sometimes felt bored Sketches in the book was awesome


  8. Kalaiselvan Kalaiselvan says:

    Awesome


  9. Raja Raja says:

    Writer Su Venkatesan weaves an amazing web reimagining the life of Paari a chieftain of around 600 villages in the Western Ghats of modern Tamil Nadu Sangam literature, has left a few, vivid, and tantalizing clues about Paari, and these clues have survived in the imagination of Tamil people for over two millenia The poetry of Sangam, has two major threads First, it celebrates nature with evocative descriptions of animals, plants, the landscape etc., e.g., the shape and sound of the nochi l Writer Su Venkatesan weaves an amazing web reimagining the life of Paari a chieftain of around 600 villages in the Western Ghats of modern Tamil Nadu Sangam literature, has left a few, vivid, and tantalizing clues about Paari, and these clues have survived in the imagination of Tamil people for over two millenia The poetry of Sangam, has two major threads First, it celebrates nature with evocative descriptions of animals, plants, the landscape etc., e.g., the shape and sound of the nochi leaf falling in the ground, or the eyes of a deer, the response of the anichcham flower to breath etc Second, it speaks of a code of ethics to live by in love and war, that is based on nature The story is set in the period of transformation when the three great empires of the South Cheras, Cholas, and Pandyas are being established by bringing numerous chieftains under their control The formation of the empire requires wealth, and this requires the exploitation control of nature to maximize their wealth through trade The kings and their ministers, see this as an inevitable force of change, and in Paari s world view, humans are just a part of nature, just as animals, birds, or plants, and refuses to budge Su Ve, brings the land of Parambu to life with intricate descriptions of the landscape, the animals, the plants, andimportantly the people of Parambu Through Paari, Su Ve, skillfully portrays a colorful picture of a life of a Sangam cheiftain, who lives the ideals and values portrayed in Sangam poetry A thoughtful, insightful leader who has a keen sense of appreciation of every living, and non living thing in his land In one instance, when Paari, meets an older lady who has travelled far at a ripe old age for a function, he inquires how the tree on her backyard is doing, and throughout the book, the incredible research done by Su Ve, in writing this book shines through When the three kingdoms join their forces to conquer the small land of Parambu, they face a determined force of Paari with their knowledge of the terrain, and their incredible valour By pointing to the value system of Paari, Su Ve, skillfully reminds us what we have lost From a purely literary point of view, this is probably the best Tamil novel, since the glory days of Tamil Selvan that has reached hundreds of thousands Tamil readers, in recent memory While some may argue the literary merit of this work, for its cinematic descriptions of the war, the descriptions of the character portrayals, or the war, is no different than the celebrated work of Llosa in which he attempted to recreate the War of Canudos The caliber of research into the period, deep understanding of the Sangam literature, and Su Ve s unpretentious writing, all makes this novel a compelling read The beautiful illustrations by Se Manian, makes reading the novel all thepleasurable.Let s hopesuch novels come in the future


  10. Aarthi Aarthi says:

    I was introduced to Velpari by a friend who was so sure that it won t let me down as a reader That it did not, is an understatement It struck all the right chords, broadened my horizon and made me hungry forTamil literature No other author in recent regional history has amassed such a huge fan following that cut across age, gender, religion, class, country social strata An interesting statistic that we heard from Vikatan group Velpari s earnings in 2019 surpassed what 80% of Tami I was introduced to Velpari by a friend who was so sure that it won t let me down as a reader That it did not, is an understatement It struck all the right chords, broadened my horizon and made me hungry forTamil literature No other author in recent regional history has amassed such a huge fan following that cut across age, gender, religion, class, country social strata An interesting statistic that we heard from Vikatan group Velpari s earnings in 2019 surpassed what 80% of Tamil films made this year.Su Venkatesan, the author of Velpari is a Sahitya Academy Award Winner and Member of parliament from Madurai Meeting and interacting with him was such an inspiration to me as a reader and an aspiring author This is his second novel that was published as a weekly series in Ananda Vikatan and later turned into book editions.When asked if the book will be translated into English which is an immense ask , he said it is a possibility being explored and the right kind of team should come together He also hud me to suggest a good translator I couldn t yet think of how it would read in English, but it would be a phenomenal attempt To hear from the author himself, the way he has spun the story from long lost history was a revelation.This will be one of the books that I will carefully hand over to my children If you have parents who can read Tamil, please gift it to them For once, Google is starved for information on this book But as a reader I can vouch for it and so will the massive fan base Here is an interesting article that has the author s interview meet su venkatesa P.S It s a pityshows Ponniyin Selvan image when you search for Velpari The mix up is understandable but an epic confusion for folks looking it up