Books have always presented different scenarios of life, be it real or fictional. And some of them tended for a more philosophical aproach, trying to present or give an individual answer to general life questions that appeared in the minds of many people: the meaning of life, how to live your life, the meaning of love, meaning of friendship and many over complex ideas that just can’t be answered in certainty.
Each author presents the selected themes in his own style and way, some achieve great results among the general population others will simply find a small group of fans.
A book that touches one of these philosophical aspects is Shivaji Sawants’ Mrityunjaya. In this book the author tries to describe the aspect of the meaning of “being”. What its like to exist and what is the point of existence? In this Marathi novel the author used known characters from the Karna. The whole story is spoken by Karna itself, so basically it is a sort of an autobiographical styled text. Every action is detailed described by the main character itself in an old Indian fashion way that transmits to the user emotions and feelings from the scene.
Even though the Mrityunjaya is a translated Indian book into English, the language is very accessible, so most readers won’t have any problems in this section, though you may encounter problems with those known Indian personalities, because the author simply presents them and explains little about their background. If you got interested in reading Shivaji Sawants’ Mrityunjaya then you can download a PDF version directly from our site by clicking on the button below. The PDF download is 100% free!