Don't make the mistakes Raavan made.
Thoughts on short film, #EpicFail - where we have failed our epics by misinterpreting a main character.
A good villain and a good hero are two sides of the same coin.
A hero cannot prove his worth without a formidable villain and a villain cannot find redemption unless there is an ultimatum given by the hero. It is the chemistry between the hero and the villain that decides the fate of the story. And that is why the story of Ramayan is such a success.
Om Namo Bhagavate Vishudevaya, Tasyai Sita Devyai Namo Namah
A journey from Sita, adopted daughter to Lady Sita
Well, finally I am done reading Scion of Ikshvaku and I am... not quite sure how I feel. All I knew about Ramayan has been shaken and stirred, and challenged. This is a completely new view on the Ramayan. Amish Tripathi is known for completely revamping an ancient epic by giving it a historical and... Continue Reading →