- A Dictionary of Hinduism (1st ed.). Oxford: Oxford University Press.
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- Shoorpanakha and Shakuni meet to retell history
- 'Thus Spake Shoorpanakha, So Said Shakuni', a play, written by Poile Sengupta and performed recently on stage by Divya Chandra and Oroon Das at the India Islamic Cultural Centre (IICC), New Delhi, made a sincere effort to understand the plight of these ...
- The epic through its women
- But here Vidhya Subramaniam as Sita is the central figure, offset against Gowri's commentaries and soliloquies speaking for Urmila, Ahalya, Mandodari and Shoorpanakha. Rama, with all his virtues, harbours a perennial need to reaffirm his 'paurusha' and ...
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- For instance Baal Kaand is from the birth of Rama to his marriage to Sita; Ayodhya Kaand is the exile of Rama for 14 years; Aranya Kaand is the time spent by Rama, Sita and Lakshman in the forest where Shoorpanakha tries to unsuccessfully seduce Rama ...
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- "If you re-read the ancient texts, Manthara could be a terrific political negotiator, Shoorpanakha could be a sexually confident woman of today, and Ahalya could be the trophy wife.
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