ಮ೦ಕುತಿಮ್ಮನ ಕಗ್ಗ[Mankutimmana

ಮ೦ಕುತಿಮ್ಮನ ಕಗ್ಗ[Mankutimmana Kagga][PDF / Epub] ☆ ಮ೦ಕುತಿಮ್ಮನ ಕಗ್ಗ[Mankutimmana Kagga] By D.V.G. – Varanus.us A series of poems discussing the philosophies of Life A series of poems discussing the philosophies of Life.

    10 thoughts on “ಮ೦ಕುತಿಮ್ಮನ ಕಗ್ಗ[Mankutimmana


  1. says:

    A nobel prize winning material if it was written in english A nobel prize winning material if it was written in english


  2. says:

    The poetry is quite simple and yet so deep Perhaps this poem says it all, Baduku Jataka Bandi Vidhi Adara Saheba.Kudure Neen, avanu peldante payanigaru.Maduvego Masanako Hogenda Kadegodu.Padakusiye Nelavihudu Mankutimma English translation, Life is a Horse driven cart, Fate its driverYou are the horse, Passengers as allotted by GodSometimes rides to a wedding, sometimes to the graveyardOn stumbling, there is always the earth says Manku Thimma


  3. says:

    Am I worthy to review this masterful piece All I would say is everyone must read it Every year The book takes on many dimensions as time passes.


  4. says:

    The single most important work of literature I ve read so far Mankutimmana Kagga is one of the most crucial works of literature that conveys profound philosophy in poems 945 of them of mere four lines each The work covers nearly every nuance of everyday life while conveying the much needed wisdom DVG has given insights on simplicity, balance, attachment, detachment, morals, learning, emotional conditioning, nature, hunger, self awareness, hardwork, duties, cosmos, the Universe etc No wonde The single most important work of literature I ve read so far Mankutimmana Kagga is one of the most crucial works of literature that conveys profound philosophy in poems 945 of them of mere four lines each The work covers nearly every nuance of everyday life while conveying the much needed wisdom DVG has given insights on simplicity, balance, attachment, detachment, morals, learning, emotional conditioning, nature, hunger, self awareness, hardwork, duties, cosmos, the Universe etc No wonder it is referred to as Common Man s Bhagavad Gita.Coming to writing aspects, I am not well versed in HaLegannaDa old Kannada style and I do depend on English translations for a lot of Kaggas From those that I understood without the help of translation, the way DVG strings extremely common words to convey striking philosophies is pure genius I ve become a huge fan of metaphors and imagery he employs in his writing What appealed to me the most is that a number of Kaggas end with a beautiful advice theory expressed in a single the last line containing 3 to 4 words at max Example Life is uncertain Message being, we should learn to accept and deal with uncertainty Everything, good or bad, has an end English equivalent And in time, this too shall pass Live in the moment Practice moderation Message being, excess of anything is harmful It is a book that needs to be read at every stage of life


  5. says:

    It s as good as Tao Te Ching or common man Bhagavad Gita Even though I am not a fan of poetry but when poetry meets philosophy it is just magic.Albert Camus says life is absurd , but DVG invites you to embrace the absurdity with love.Friedrich Nietzsche says strive for greatness but DVG tells you to strive with patience.As the years pass by, you tell yourself Yup, Oldman is right D


  6. says:

    100 STAR for this book


  7. says:

    nice book


  8. says:

    2nd Bhagvadgita If u not study this book ur life is waste just go for it.It will be worth


  9. says:

    Simple and effective translation.Anything would be less about the actual book i.e Mankuthimmana Kagga It is a true masterpiece I had a privilege to read this book in its my native language Kannada I m very grateful that I got introduced this book early in my life Simple and effective translation.Anything would be less about the actual book i.e Mankuthimmana Kagga It is a true masterpiece I had a privilege to read this book in its my native language Kannada I m very grateful that I got introduced this book early in my life


  10. says:

    Great native literature

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