She is a perfect aficionado to her significant other. There is incongruity in the name 'Savitri ', "Savitri" in the myth was intense, intelligent however bound to the tradition, saved her husband. Narayan 's Savitri tries to break the traditional bondages just to fizzle. She remains Savitri yet is changed in mind and conduct. Being an Indian minded woman, Savitri can not overlook or break the religious convictions of transgression.
Ramani is very dominating, harsh, conceited and a callous husband to a great extent who rules everybody in the house according to his whims and fancies while on the other side of the spectrum, his wife Savitri is patient, compromising, beautiful and devoted. Despite of the fact that Savitri has been married to Ramani for fifteen years, she exercises little or almost no control in the house. Her role is confined to just accepting and respecting the decisions made by her husband, no matter whether she likes it or not. Everybody’s mood in the house depends upon his mood be it happy or unhappy, silent or noisy. His behaviour is quite unpredictable due to which Savitri, kids and servants are always in disgust.
Ravana is vastly fixated on the idea of ending Rama that he acts on instinct. Not once does Ravana stop and think about his next move instigating his supporter’s, Mahodara, death. Furthermore, after Ravana’s charioteer explains that Ravana did not attack while Ravana was unconscious, Ravana acts on instinct doing, “… in desperation Ravana began to throw on Rama all sorts of things…” (37). Ravana knows he is not going to win the brutal battle and once more he acts on instinct. He uses all his weapons in a final move against Rama, instead of strategizing and concluding with a plan.
Satrapi challenges stereotypes about Iranians by showing people still want a better life and also by showing Individualism in Marjane. One thing that I have learned in Persepolis is to not have pre-determined images of people because they may not be
He returns and tells Vasudeva about his experience at the location where Vasudeva found him.Vasudeva brings Siddhartha out to listen to the river and he recognizes Vaudeva as God himself. With Vasudeva’s guidance, Siddhartha listens to the river intensely and he feels his soul immerse into the unity and Vasudeva leaves Siddhartha forever to be a ferryman. And this shows juxtaposition as tohow both
Shagun is a very beautiful woman who wants the separate identity from her family while Raman is brilliant and practical man who believes in the concept of family. These prospects make Raman rather practical and put the marriage on stake. He spends long hours, working for a successful company that manufactures soft drinks. It is the beginning of globalization, and rising Indian enterprises are projecting their business round the country and abroad. At the beginning of the story, he is in his traditional role of father and husband, the head of the family, who goes out to the world to fight and make money for one who has to be looked after when he comes back home, but also who does not care much for his own wife or
Dimitri sees Anna at a theatre and upon looking at her he realized “there was in the whole world no creature” that is “so important to him” (Checkhov 175). Anna had “filled his whole life now” she was “the one happiness” which he “desired for himself” (Checkhov 175). Dimitri had never once in his life felt this much passion and sincere love for anyone else, not even his wife. Dimitri knows that the love he feels for Anna will make him feel complete and happy in life. The same can be said about Anna for when she sees Dimitri she says she has “thought of nothing but you” and “live only in the thought of you” (Checkhov 176).
Sudha Shree in his article “Difficult Daughters: Travails in Self Identity” aptly describes Virmati’s struggle in her life in the following words: Virmati, The protagonist rebels against tradition, yet she is filled with self-doubt she pleads for studying further and postponement of her marriage. She attempts suicide, when forced with protests of marrying the canal engineer. The family brands her to be restless, sick and selfish and locks her up. (Shree 165) Shree’s observation focuses Virmati’s struggle in the male dominated society. For her search of own space in the society, she rebels against tradition, cancels her marriage and gets isolated in the process.
Devi, after her post-tertiary education, from America comes home to Madras with the memory of her black American lover, Dan. In the novel, mainly discuss three female characters Devi the protagonist of the novel, Sita, Devi’s mother and Mayamma, a housekeeper. This mythological story is relevant to the story of Sita, Devi’s mother. When Devi was a, child, she saw a photograph of her mother Sita, with a veena , a musical instrument, that she never saw before and when she tried to learn the facts, her grandmother narrated this story. The story goes like this: Sita brought along with her veena, when she came to the house of her in-law and she loved to play with it at her rest hours.
Description Dashavatara refers to the ten avatars of Vishnu, the Hindu god of preservation. The word Dashavatara derives from daśa, meaning 'ten' and avatar (avatāra), meaning 'descent'. Thus, Vishnu is said to descend in form of an avatar to restore cosmic order. These Avatars play a major role in shaping human evolution through centuries. God Vishnu incarnates on Earth from time to time to eradicate evil forces, to restore the dharma and to liberate the worthy ones or devotees from the cycle of births and deaths.