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  • The Shades Of Red Sandal Wood (free)

    Pages: 95
    Language: English
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This story started at Nilagiri forest and ends at the Seshachalam forest. Human migration happens from one place to another place only to get better life over the past. In the same way a tribal family which belongs to Irular, migrates to Seshachalam forest in second generation. After Naagulan death his son kumaran used to take responsibility of his family. He trapped in the web of red sander mafia through his family financial crisis. After some barbarous events he came to realize that he was in wrong path. He tried to aware the coolies in smuggling. But smuggler gang killed him brutally. His son srinivasan who become famous plant scientist and how he solves the issue with his intelligence, research is narrated. Meanwhile the fight between the two common people one is coolies and other is police who work as part of their duty really make us to think where the problem is. And it raises the questions about the system which was formed by government and also why and where it is failing in creating employment, developing rural areas. This story appreciates the law which is working same for the weak and strong sections in society without showing partiality. But how some stronger section is weakening the law to work about for them. This story briefly explains the main theme about how human lives are depending on plant and forestry wealth.