Gejje Puje

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  • Gejje Puje
  • M.K. Indira
  • Kannada
  • 19 April 2019

About the Author: M.K. Indira

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10 thoughts on “Gejje Puje

  1. Madhuri G says:

    Pooje by M K Indira Book Review Gejje Pooje written by M K Indira was published in the 1966 The book deals with life of a devadasi s daughter Chandra and consequences she facing due to being a child of a Devadasi The book was later adopted into a movie and was directed by Puttanna Kanagal The film emerged out as a huge success and helped in shaping the career of Minugu Thare Kalpana.Gejje Pooje Book SynopsisGejje Pooje has the name suggests is about the life of Devadasi s The book deals with the life of Chandra who happens to be the daughter of a Devadasi named Aparna Due to her linage Chandra most of her life struggles with the identity of being a prostitute s daughter Chandra s only dream is to be educated and be married to the guy whom she loves immensely Despite of her linage, will she find the love of her life Will Chandra be able to break out from the custom and lead a happier life or with the social pressure will she bow down to the custom and become a prostitute To know all this you definitely have to read Gejje Pooje Gejje Pooje Book ReviewGejje Pooje by M K Indira is a social novel which was written in the 1960s The story starts with a young boy named Somu from an upper class family yearning for a lotus which happens to be a pond used usually for daily r...

  2. Nayaz Riyazulla says:

    Must read, great narration by MK Indira, Surely your respect towards women will double after reading this let no women suffer like Chandri and Aparna did.