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He is the first to write Auto-fiction in India. Charu Nivedita is known for his racy style of writing and his ability to write on untouched topics with ease. It was about how a young man overcomes the angst of his life through his writings. The emergency regime which affected the Indian life in the seventies and the lives of a few friends which were sacrificed in the Naxalite movement and the French existential thought were the key factors which made him to write this novel. His next novel, his Magnum Opus Zero degree[60] is considered to be one of the best in transgressive fiction, as it completely transformed what is termed as taboo. His next novel Raasa Leela proved to be a satire on governmental red tape-ism and the nuances of the novel successfully portray pragmatically the cry of a man lost amidst the numerous, colossal walls and pillars of the labyrinth that the system has created, his agony and his thirst to break the shackles.

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He is the first to write Auto-fiction in India. Charu Nivedita is known for his racy style of writing and his ability to write on untouched topics with ease. It was about how a young man overcomes the angst of his life through his writings. The emergency regime which affected the Indian life in the seventies and the lives of a few friends which were sacrificed in the Naxalite movement and the French existential thought were the key factors which made him to write this novel.

His next novel, his Magnum Opus Zero degree[60] is considered to be one of the best in transgressive fiction, as it completely transformed what is termed as taboo.

His next novel Raasa Leela proved to be a satire on governmental red tape-ism and the nuances of the novel successfully portray pragmatically the cry of a man lost amidst the numerous, colossal walls and pillars of the labyrinth that the system has created, his agony and his thirst to break the shackles. He wrote his next novel Kaamarooba Kadhaigal as an internet novel. This is the first time conflicting thoughts emerged in my works.

There cannot be any sort of parody towards such thoughts, as it is not possible to do so when these thoughts emerge from the man-woman relationship which becomes more psychological than in any other context.

I can say, this is the continuation of the Greek pathos plays created years ago. In my opinion, it appears that this novel talks about the bestiality in a man-woman relationship.

But I experienced loneliness and emptiness to the core. On the contrary, in spite of living like a recluse currently, I do not experience emptiness now. The philistine crowd can never enter the world of a creator. They are like shells and bones without life inside them. Loneliness and other such feelings are absolutely impossible in the life of a man who traces his roots back to the numerous artists the world has seen so far.

It is at this point that my autobiographical writing differs from my life, however similar they both may be. What the protagonist Perumal attains in this novel, is bitterness and when he is able to overcome the bitterness through his writing, he attains the state of bliss. His essays, articles and novels have the satirical parody towards being a goat in the herd, and they convey the message of humanism, peace and harmony, as an ultimate goal in life.

He is a social activist too, having participated in various movements and protests against the governmental oppression in the neighboring state Kerala where his writings are more popular than his native Tamil Nadu state and has represented the people in doing so. His latest novel is New Exile Tamil. He is working on his next novel Srivilliputhur and Judas, a novella.

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Of this, I have spent 18 years of my life in Mylapore, a place I consider a city in itself. The beach, which is a five-minute walk from my house, and the neighbouring Pattinampakkam fisher community, have given me some of the most poignant stories to remember. Something as mundane as a visit to the beach every morning to buy fish for my cats teaches me a great deal about these people and their ethos. The first time I watched the fish seller scale and clean my fish for a whole hour before packing it up for me, I thought she would charge me a handsome sum for all that painstaking work. The Sai Baba temple in Mylapore transforms into a wonderland every Thursday. Looking at the swarm of people of all ages and backgrounds, and a road full of shops selling just about everything, I often imagine that perhaps the only thing one may not find in these stores is a live elephant.

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