Sankaran is Again on the Cocount Tree Standing on a rock by the sea in Maha Bali's kingdom, Parashurama never realized what he was creating when he triggered a minor seismic episode to acquire a tract of land called Kerala. In the years to come, Rameses II, Solomon, Nebuchadnezzar, Julius Caesar and Kublai Khan felt the need to send their emissaries there, pronto. Even Jesus felt the need to send an apostle there, bidding him Godspeed.
Marco Polo, Zheng He, Vasco Da Gama and Columbus had a visit to this place on their bucket list. Spicy and anecdotic, Sankaran takes you atop his vantage point for a bird's eye view of the land of the Malayalees.
About the Author
Born in Cannanore, Kerala, educated at St. Edmund's school and college, Shillong, Jo Nambiar was an athlete, an equestrian and also holds a Master's Degree in Kung Fu. In the 1980s as a Physical Educationist at the International Youth Centre, New Delhi, his students of unarmed combat included members of the Delhi Police, Indo-Tibetan Border Police, the Assam Rifles and the President's Body Guard. He worked as a Tea Planter with the Assam Company for over a decade. He has acted in Shakespearean as well as contemporary theatre. As a numismatist, Nambiar has one of the largest collections of ancient coins and rare currencies in the country which has global recognition. Nambiar has the distinction of being the Convener of the largest Children's Carnival in the world, the BALA MELA for underprivileged children every year at Bangalore. He is also a painter and a sculptor.
|Sankaran And The World Order||1|
|The Boy And The Warrior||27|
|Return Of A Native||51|
|A Boy With A Mission||61|
|A Mariner And A Traveler.||91|
|Christains And Pepper||99|
|The Curse Of Alamelamma||121|
|Father, Son & The Holy Ghost..||145|
|A Fort Is Breached||169|
|Kismat and Karma||207|
|Back To Square One||257|
Item Code: NAN690 Author: Jo Nambiar Cover: Paperback Edition: 2016 Publisher: Partridge Publishing ISBN: 9781482886856 Language: English Size: 9.0 Inch X 6.0 Inch Pages: 268 Other Details: Weight of the Book: 395 gms