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Acles of male dominance society towards woman uest to find their father how two girls find interest in dancing and find life though fall in love and inspires to be athletes and historians This story touches your heart and mind to rethink again about woman and disabilityThe book follows their strugg. This is one of the best sinhala novels in 2013 The story of two conjoin twin girls I personally like the narrative and how these two girls find life interesting This is simple translation from the first chapter This is just before two girls start their performance on stage We feel hopeful when golden sun prone to dark corner inviting gleaming stars to blossom then crickets starts playing their romantic songs It s time for us to fly We both can fly together The applause came out from audience feel like competition I can see some standing on their feet and clapping with glow of happiness in their smile We make a bow to audience with our conjoin heads They are still smilingMust read if you love sinhala novels
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Atha Atha Nara අත අත නැර” is a sinhala novel written by prominent novelist Sumithra Rahubadda about two conjoin twin sisters Manuri and Anuri The story charmingly and alarmingly revels unusual life of conjoined twins Aspiration of two girls to live life like ordinary humans The obst.
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Le as they face an unforgiving society that does not tolerate difference and uniueness where even their closest relatives shun them We are provided with an intimate and interesting view of the duality and unity of their minds as they both love and fear the idea of being surgically separated someday. This is a book which has the all ualities of an excellent novel A very new theme with a specific knowledge in history and the society as well as the behavioral patterns of humans in the situations This is not just a novel about conjoin twins only but this is a well written novel about human behavior which stands for double standards May it be a king or the laborer The so called critics are not aware about the theme of this novel they should read this carefully