A Girl’s Quest for Self-Realization [abridged]

A Girl’s Quest for Self-Realization [abridged]

A SAGA of UNACCEPTABLE LOVE.

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Author: R. Jonnavittula
Publisher: GD Publishing
Length: 142 page(s)
Language: English
Written: Feb 2016
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Category: Fiction & Literature » Fairy Tales  |  Work: Roman
Keywords: Learning through the soul, True friend and guide, Secret of proficiency in acting, Experiments with ‘Contact’, Independent decisions, Escape from bondages, Inevitable tragedy.

An innocent girl struggled to understand her sexuality and its purpose in life.

Parents should avoid trying to fulfil their ambitions through their children by deciding their children’s life-missions for them, ignoring children’s own ambitions.
The intellect of a person who undergoes ‘Anguish’ gets so sharpened that the person would shine in whatever activity the person might later undertake.

Vasanthi was brought up even without allowing her to know the difference between a male and a female. He wanted her to become a great singer but she was more interested to become an actress. When youth began to blossom she struggled to learn about the body’s sexuality and their purpose in life.

Saradhy was a great actor and was her friend. A chance physical contact in a drama excited traces of physical love between them; he understood immediately and struggled to escape from it for the rest of his life. She could not understand the strange feeling she was experiencing. She spent years experimenting with ‘Touch’ and analyzing the results. He guided her wade through life successfully.

Saradhy desired sanyasa. He performed “Kamadahanam” drama to destroy all his love towards women but failed to achieve it. By yoga, he transferred to Kireeti what attracted Vasanthi, got her married to Kireeti and moved away from them He was addicted to drama and continued to give performances even as he changed religions and moved from place to place.

Saradhy was performing in their town, a drama in which Vasanthi played the heroine earlier. She requested him to permit her play that role again; he stoutly refused. She convinced the day’s heroine and replaced her after the drama commenced. In a situation in the drama, they embraced each other. They experienced a transcendental pleasure and satisfaction and their lives left their bodies.

Pause for a moment. It has become very common to keep a pet, usually a dog, in almost every house. The pets are medically treated to suppress their sex urges. Have pets no right to sex? What right has a family to enjoy sex but prevent their poor pet the same pleasure? Would they not lament and struggle like Vasanthi, to understand what they are missing? Vainly do we boast to be animal lovers!


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About the Author

R. Jonnavittula | Author on XinXii.com

Member since: Feb 2016
Publications on XinXii:  10
Ramakanth Jonnavittula is a double Ph.D. in Mathematics and in Business Management and a Fellow of the Andhra Pradesh Akademy of Sciences. He is now retired after an active career as Professor of Mathematics at various universities in India, in USA and in Canada. He currently lives in Downers Grove near Chicago.

He was interested in literature from his college days and published stories and plays in reputed Telugu magazines. His drama Kalachakram was staged at the All India Andhra Nataka Kala Parishattu competitions at Tanuku in 1960 and was awarded four prizes, including the second prize for the script.

Visaladhra Publications published a book of his 16 short stories named Kathaguchcham in 1995. He won the second prize for the story Kanuvippu in 2008 at the competitions conducted by the American Telugu Association. He has obtained the author’s permission and translated Arthur Miller’s drama The Price into Telugu.

In addition to his extensive works in Telugu, he is the author of many books in English.
The first Editions of the books,
Stories from Andhra,
1972-A saga of change,
A paradox of life;
were published as EBooks by KDP. ‘1972-A saga of change’ was also published as an Audio Book by ACX.

Second Editions of the following books were published in print and EBook formats by TATE.
Stories from Andhra,
!972-A saga of change,
A paradox of life.
Tate also published, both in print and EBook format, his book ‘Indian stories’.
He wrote “A girl’s quest for self-realization.” a translation into English of the famous Telugu novel Terachiraju by Viswanadha Satyanarayana. He also prepared an abridged version of his translation.

His following books are now ready and are in the process of publication.
1. Change Your Destiny. (Published by Xinxii)
2. Don’t disturb a sleeping dog. (Published by Xinxii)
3. Life is a paradox. . (Published by Xinxii)
4. War accelerated liberalization. (Published by Xinxii)
5. A girl’s quest for self-realization. (Published by Xinxii)
6. A girl’s quest for self-realization (Abridged).
7. Scintillating stories- Book 1. (Published by Xinxii)
8. Scintillating stories- Book 2. . (Published by Xinxii)
9. Scintillating stories- Book 3. Published by Xinxii)
10. Scintillating stories for ADULTS. Published by Xinxii)
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