“Shavukaru” is a life journey of a middleclass man “Murali Krishna” who worked as a solider in Indian Military. They are a happy family with two children (Raju, Yamuna). Due to sudden demise of his wife, Murali has to quit his job to take care of his children. He starts a tiny grocery store in his village. Raju completes his studies and starts working with a bank in a nearby town while Yamuna pursing her graduation. As per their concern, they never meet with any of their relatives since the childhood. They used to ask Murali about their grandparents but Murali always used to avoid the topic. There is a strong reason and a story behind the Murali’s silence but he never shares it with anyone. Finally, Raju came to know that his father is a billionaire and he is from a Jamindaar’s family. Does Raju find his grandparents? Does he know the reason why his father left his grandparents and lived a simple life? There is a surprise waiting for him at his grandparents’ home, how Raju handled it? Ironically, Shavukaru can give answers for all of these questions.
Relationship between Father and son, Brother and Sister are the walls of the tale “Shavukaru”. It might connect to the people, who know something about Telugu rural nativity, tradition and living style.
About the Author:
Uday Arumilli: He was born and brought up in a small village called “VENTURU” located in Andhra Pradesh, India. He is a post graduate in Computer Science from Andhra University College of Engineering. He was known to the book world as an author of SQL THE ONE. Writing is his passion and it is his first fiction in Telugu. For this novel he spent a quality time in observing the life style, tradition and food habits of the people from remote villages in both Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. You can contact him on:
Facebook Id: https://www.facebook.com/udayarumilli
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- Paperback: 236 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing ; 1 edition (2019)
- Author: Uday Arumilli
- ISBN-13: 9789388459907
- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 1 x 20.3 cm
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