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Title : Swami and Friends. Author : R K Narayan. Pages : Pages. Price : INR The relevance of Swami and Friends in the history of Indian literature stands in synonymous with the position of R K Narayan. The first novel of the literary genius provides the backdrop for all his later works by introducing the world of Malgudi to the readers. Swami lives in Malgudi a small town in southern India with his disciplined father, loving mother and adulating grandmother along with a new born sib.
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The Ohio State University. It takes place in British-colonial India in the year Swami talks about how different all of his friends are from one another and how their differences actually make their friendships stronger. Soon, however, a new boy arrives, named Rajam who Swami and Mani absolutely hate. After a lot of convincing, the other three boys accept Rajam too and the six boys are temporarily at peace. Later, a prominent Indian politician is arrested and Swami joins a mob of protesters.
S wami is used to a simple life, and just when he had it under control, new things start to happen for him. He has to prepare for exams, cope with his new baby brother, and his new high school certainly hasn't gotten of to a very good start. Life starts to get very overwhelming, and Swami might just have to run away. This is one Indian novel, that isn't just about snake charmers and tigers, and is one of the world's best English novels by an Indian author. Swami and Friends is the second book in the Malgudi Schooldays series. RK Narayan has woven together, all from the depths of his own imagination, the magical village of Malgudi in India.