By A.C.Raja Translated by Rajeev Nair N V

“Thycadu cremation ground is on a hill.” What is so special about this cremation ground? It was said that nobody dared pass by that ground even during the day. What has Jaiker to do with this cremation ground? Will his series of questions to a Gosai be answered? If you have any questions related to spiritual experiences Thurible may be the answer to them all. These are answered through real life incidents centered on people whose roots still remain in the city of Thiruvananthapuram. The rituals practised in hidden nooks and corners in the city are steeped in mystery and black magic. Do these rituals really work? Can they be believed in? Seek your own interpretations from the Thurible.

A.C.Raja Translated by Rajeev Nair N V
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A. C. Raja (1936-2010) of Ambujavilasom Bungalow in Thiruvananthapuram city authored altogether forty-five books. His works include novels, history, philosophy, translations and religion. A scholar has classified his works for research purpose into Spiritual, Yogic and Earthly. Apart from leading the life of a householder, Raja achieved the highest pinnacle of supreme spirituality through meditation and yoga. After retiring from the Department of Revenue of The Government of Kerala, he plunged himself into literary activities and brought out several works reflecting the harsh realities of the civilized society. The novel depicts the life of cannibals who once masqueraded as sages in Thiruvananthapuram and followed evil practices. This masterpiece work of A. C. Raja unveils some perceptions among people regarding rituals. It is a blend of history, religion and spirituality.