Katheyadhale Kavayathree is a captivating novel that explores the human desire for justice and the consequences of our actions on the world around us. The story follows the lives of various characters, including Sudhatri, Mugil, Ayesha, as they navigate through the complexities of life and seek to make a positive impact on their surroundings.
Sudhatri, who grew up hearing the story of the blindfolded Goddess of Justice and the belief that justice always wins when weighed against injustice, was confronted with a harsh reality during her first court visit with her lecturer. She realized that in the scales of justice, the outcome does not always favor the side of justice, but rather whoever holds the stronger position between justice and injustice.
Another theme of the novel is the impact of our actions on the environment. The characters are forced to confront the reality that humans are changing the world at an alarming rate, and that our actions have consequences that we may not fully understand. The novel raises important questions about the sustainability of our way of life and the responsibility that we have to protect the environment for future generations.
Overall, Katheyadhale Kavayathree is a thought-provoking and engaging novel that explores important issues in a compelling and accessible way. The characters are well-drawn and relatable, and the plot is engaging from start to finish. Whether you are interested in social justice, environmental issues, or simply a good story, this novel is well worth your time. Highly recommended