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“Asamardhuni Jeeva Yatra” (Translation: “Big B’s Journey Through Life”) is a 1959 Telugu novel by Tripuraneni Gopichand which is considered to be his magnum opus and one of the finest novels written in Telugu. The novel which was published posthumously, is often cited as one of the best novels written in Telugu literature and is often regarded as the ‘landmark’ achievement of the kala-veera movement in Telugu literature.
The novel revolves around a law-abiding, college-educated, middle-class man named “Jeeva Yatra” (literal translation: “Big B’s Journey Through Life”) who is an ideal citizen of his time and place and is deeply sensitive to the social situations around him.
“Asamardhuni Jeeva Yatra” tells the story of a man who leads a moderately happy, productive, and satisfying life which is threatened by the “buzzing” of a sexual addiction which slowly starts to drive him away from the ordinary life of society and forces him into a drastic act of self-discovery.
“Asamardhuni Jeeva Yatra” is seen as an idealist work and Tripuraneni Gopichand is often regarded as one of the finest novelists in Telugu.
On Tripuraneni Gopichand’s works, film director K. Bharat Reddy stated that “he used to read tripuraneni gopichand in my childhood. I’m not exactly an avid reader. I read a few books. I read one of his novels, asamardhuni jeeva yatra. He was an idealist who put down my view that every man should be an idealist. He came from a middle-class background.”In his post-mortem report, Tripuraneni Gopichand wrote that he wrote the novel as a tribute to the lives of Bengalis of that era and a comment on the revolution of Bengali nationalism. Asamardhuni Jeeva Yatra was published in a literary magazine “Sringaraabali” in the year 1959.
The novel and its three parts have been adapted for the cinema twice – in Telugu cinema in the year 1965 and in Tamil cinema in the year 1983. The first adaptation is Asamardhuni Jeeva Yatra, a film directed by V. Madhusudhan Rao under the
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