Volume 4: Summary


To meditate lifelong

At the feet of Our Lord


Kalki’s choice of Vageechar’s words to end his novel is indicative of the shift from romance to reflection, from mundane to spiritual.

The Great War at Vatapi fought after nine long years of preparation has made Mamallar the victor. Pulikesi meets his end in the battle. Paranjyothi, the war strategist, is not enchanted by the victory. What path does he choose to find solace?

The Machiavellian Naganandi ends up a tragic hero. What makes the reader pity rather than condemn him?

Honour of the state drives Mamallar to make difficult choices in his personal life. His friendship and allegiance too change on account of that.  What has life in store for him?

After what seems like an endless wait, Sivakami’s oath is fulfilled and her honour is upheld. But why does happiness still evade her?

Read the scintillating fourth and final volume of ‘Sivakamiyin Sabadham’ for the answers. You will go through a gamut of experiences and realize that the end is in fact a new beginning.

One comment

    June 11, 2013 - 9:00 am | Permalink

    This is a Great Initiative and I appreciate the pain and effort put in by Ms. Nandhini in taking the “Kalki”s book to next “Avatar” by translating in English. Wish her to Vaazhga Valamudan.

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