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Manas ka hans is a brilliant attempt to bring forth the life of Goswami Tulsidas. The novel is an attempt to address the complications of religion through Tulsidas while portraying him as a person who was afflicted with all the virtues and vices known to human beings. How Tulsidas finds Shri Ram is a question that the author answers in a fashion that can only be termed brilliant, for lack of better word. The best thing about the work is that it doesn't attempt to glorify any God or deity but simply tries to go into the mind of the devotee - Tulsidas, in this case.

©1972 Amritlal Nagar (P)2019 Audible, Inc.

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Good book, and very good reading out.

Nagar ji is very good writer. His command on Hindi literature is well proven without any doubt.
But, here the reading out by Meena ji impressed me a lot. Her clear Hindi pronunciation mixed very well with right emotions of the story makes it an interesting audible.

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  • 24-09-20

Excellent book very well read

Loved the book and loved the rendition by Meena Nahata. First the book, it's a great subject matter, Sant Tulsidas, the poet Saint who kept the faith going through India's tumultuous historical period during Mughal empire... Although in the self effacing tradition of India, the prolific Tulsidas has said nothing about himself, there's much historical information about his time and life those days, that lends itself to fill in the blanks. It's here that Amritlal Nagar has created a marvelous piece of historical fiction that deserves much more readership in the current generation than probably it is getting. This brings us to this audio book. It's a commendable production... Loved every bit of it. Meena Nahata is a highly talented reader, I'd gladly pick another Audiobook read by her. At this point I'd point out one area where I would have liked better: while the narration was great overall... The recitation of dohas and chaupais sounded clunky... But overall, I'm a grateful audiobook consumer and hope to tap into more...