Return of the 6th Avenue

Return of the 6th Avenue

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It's perhaps the world's first novel as someone witnessing the flight hi-jack attacks upon the twin towers of the World Trade Center in New York on September 11, 2001. It's the retrospective of an Indian girl, Volga Narain, who born and bought up in US. As the result of the WTC disaster, She was losing entire domain of her love and dreams. Although she was an ordinary girl, she interpreted things extra ordinarily. She thought about the things that science can't be explained ever. She surprised about the transcendence of ideology to make man suicide bomber.! And she puzzled before the authentic riddle like moaning of mongrel before a death imminent.! Magical formation of dew on grass in dawns.! Metamorphosis of today's bread as tomorrow's muscle..! Will the universe for ever, how will be the rest of it, otherwise..? She contemplated Soul.. Meditation.. Transmigration of soul and re-incarnations... She found that the answered ones are amazingly lesser than the unanswered ones. That's why the monks becoming dumb after their life long introspection. Monk says he know nothing.! That's the eternal truth..! Anybody knows nothing about the actual cause. Finally she realizing that the Soul is the whole..! Soul is the cause of this universe..! If there is no soul, there is no universe for anybody. That means universe is the creation of soul-alias-my universe makes my soul..! And yet she was alike......show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 206 pages
  • 152.4 x 228.6 x 11.94mm | 371.94g
  • Createspace
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508565406
  • 9781508565406

About Vidyadharan Bhadran Bhadran

Bhadran Sagar Chekavar who emerges as the simplest story teller. By some of instinctual impulse, I just tell stories. It's simply a matter of story telling. I don't claim that my nib bear any super natural dimension.If the literature is the reflection of life, I do so. I have inextricably whirled with the sufferings and ironies of life, then often I lived a stranger's life instead of myself. As the result of it, there was sustained a metamorphosis inside me. There I simply realized that my assignment is this. Being a simplest Story Teller.show more