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Download totally free pdf, the link is given below- Karna's raudone.info Karna's Wife: The Outcast's Queen tells the extraordinary story of Karna, the unsung hero of the Mahabharata, through the eyes of his wife Uruvi, brin. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Kavita Kane graduated from Fergusson College, Pune in Karnas Wife: The Outcasts Queen tells the extraordinary story of Karna, the unsung hero of the Mahabharata, through the eyes of his wife Uruvi, .

What are you left with if you look at these men not as Gods, not as Vishnu, but as flesh and blood people who lived, loved and made mistakes just like the rest of us? The Mahabharata is every man's contemporary, it is every man's story and that is why it has stood the test of millennia and will continue to do so. From the back of the book: Born out of wedlock to Kunti and Surya, the Sun God, Karna is abandoned by his mother at birth.

He deserves the fate of princes, but is adopted by a lowly charioteer and becomes one himself. Uruvi, a Kshatriya princess, chooses him over Arjun at her Swayamvar, and theirs is a marriage of great social contrast.

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Uruvi must bring to bear all her love for Karna, and her formidable intelligence, to be accepted by his family. She eventually becomes Karna's mainstay, counselling and guiding him.

However his blind allegiance to Duryodhana, the eventual cause of his downfall, is beyond her power to change. Karna's Wife, told from Uruvi's point of view, unfolds against the backdrop of the epic struggle between the Pandavas and the Kauravas.

Lyrical and inventive, it is a moving story of love against all odds. There really is nothing for me to write here about the Mahabharata itself; Indians who happen to read this blogpost will undoubtedly know at least the basic outline and for the uninitiated, I will provide the wikipedia link at the end of my write up. The novel opens with the archery tournament in Hastinapur and continues until after the battle of Kurukshetra and Karna's death.

Among those present who witness Karna's humiliation at the hands of Guru Dhronacharya and Duryodhana's subsequent offer of friendship to Karna, is Uruvi, the princess of Pukeya and the much loved only child of King Vahusha, who falls in love with Karna on the spot. There are two women in love with Karna; two princesses of royal households that are powerful and would mutually benefit through an alliance with the house of Kuru. Draupadi, the fire-born daughter of King Drupada of Panchala has seen little love in her father's household.

She has been dubbed as the woman who will change the course of history. At various points in the narrative, she is seen to interrogate the patriarchal construction of dharma—that formidable and essentially male body of knowledge which often debars and discourages female participation and involvement.

She emerges as an admirable orator at various points in the narrative. One such instance of her excellence as a speaker occurs when she confronts the dissenting common folk of Hastinapur all alone and outwitted everyone with her exceptional intelligence and verbal skill.

Refusing to be confined within the folds of her domestic and conjugal duties, she is shown to be very much conscious about the responsibilities of her public designation of significant status and refute. A competent administrator, Satyavati handles the public affairs of her kingdom with great efficiency along with Bhisma. By incorporating a subjective context, Kane has undermined the objective depiction of her in the Mahabharata. In an artistic manner Kane has fictionalized the last moments of this enigmatic woman — the grand matriarch of the Kuru dynasty is seen to be remorseful and repentant for her various misdeeds, yet she has not robed Satyavati of her agency- the woman who has lived her life on her own terms is seen to end it also on her own terms—instead of waiting for death, she chooses the right moment and manner of her death.

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Thus by undermining the subversive possibilities of two marginal female characters in the Mahabharata, Kane has added a new dimension to the genre of retelling the epics and rendered an incisive edge to the epic itself. By working within the male discourse of the epic, Kane has deconstructed it — not only pointing out the marginal position of women in the narrative but also liberating them into a literary domain where they can assert their subjectivity.

By undermining the stereotype about the all enduring and never complaining ideal womanhood, both of these mytho-fictions studied in the paper, presents us an alternative image of empowering womanhood where subjugation is countered by agency, suffering by subversion, ignorance by knowledge. TOI, Feb.

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Satisfied and a little bored by his success as a kingmaker, through the simple summoning of his gifted mind, he recedes into the shadows to write his Artha- shastra, the science of wealth. But history, which exults in repeating itself, revives Chanakya two and a half millennia later, in the avatar of Gangasagar Mishra, a Brahmin teacher in smalltown India who becomes puppeteer to a host of ambitious individuals including a certain slumchild who grows up into a beautiful and powerful woman.

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For a long time, Uruvi and Kunti held each other close. Her fingers wove a relaxing spell as they rubbed into sickly skin and aching bones.

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