As the days and months and years of mindfulness slowly creaked in the wood, the memories fell down like snakes and collapsed. Frequently, when they wake up, they give a bite that causes unbearable pain. That pain lasts for days.
Seema, who does not recognize herself, is unbearable in the mind of Manohar. The pain of being a molten painter, about the painter who melted away with the pain she never told him. When Seema is disturbed by the memories, he sees the pictures she painted. Oil paintings. He thinks so. That if Seema ever returned consciously. Then you could have returned that love.
Despite being the son of one of the most famous poets in Malayalam and a writer who grew up in Ponnanokori, Harikumar always liked to walk his own way. He did not go after the movements. Not part of the congregants. No discussions, no debates, no interviews. He loved working and silent writing. Now, Harikumar passes as quietly as Nilamoo and as gently as a rooster. Today Malayalam is in memory of an outstanding debt. The pain of not honoring as he deserved.
The story of Harikumar was different. He achieved in areas where writers are not touched by Malayalam in general. But he handled all of them with precision. For example, the novel Sleeping Snakes, which haunts the mind, is an example. The novel is the story of a painter and the pains she never told anyone. All they painted were abstract images. They finally succumb to the cruel fate; The rest of the pictures. The novel goes through the pains of a young man who loses peace in their memories. In the agony of the lover, who always dawns in the sun and desires to lean towards the harmony of peace.
Harikumar established a publishing house in memory of his father Idasseri – Idasseri Publications. Most of his work came to light through that publishing house. Readers who knew Harikumar and awaited his stories were searched for and read. In the novel, “Girl Who Loved the Engine Driver,” Nancy states: Faint to spread the fragrance. Did I not say that? I can write poetry.
Harikumar’s first title was poetry. Then he switched to stories. He adopted a style similar to prose and poetry. Quite eloquent, flattering, acoustic writing. To say the least, more thoughtful style. The novel, “The Girl Who Loved the Engine Driver,” is presented every day. The story is completed in 22 days. The chapters are named after the days.
His novels ‘Kochambraatti samlamba’ were special in Malayalam. The novel dates back to the mid-sixties to the mid sixties. The author is also experimenting with narrative. The novel progresses through the minds of the characters. There are fewer instances where the writer is directly involved.
The events of a short period of time are described in detail and recall the events of a long period of time. The hero is a character who has lost much of his memory. The style of his memoirs is also brought into the style of writing. In its own language, Noe’s lyricism is like a fence that collapses in many places. Vivid images of where the tide is. Where the fence is broken is a vague and abstract narrative style. The memories fled like cows that rode. The significance of Harikumar’s style in Kochambrati is that no other author has written anything in Malayalam today.
Harikumar writes in his novel adaptation of Whats Unknown: A Message that Two Boys and a Girl Pass through the Generations of a Chessboard. The story begins in 1975. The author has also used graphs in this novel. A room graph of the room has been painted along with a description of the causes. A graph that describes everything in width, length and area. No other writer in Malayalam has ever used such an authorship.
In general, his works rarely have an introduction. However, the introduction to the book “Flames of Addiction” was written by M.K. Sanu is the one; As daydreams of the day. Namboodiri has sketched the novel.
In his preface, Sanu writes: സ്വഭാവ The nature of an orchestral song is in its integrity. The different voices of this world and the paradigms, together, lead to a window into the mysterious wonder of human birth.
This review will fit all of Harikumar’s stories and novels.