First of all, Sundara loves her family; similarly Jonathan loves his parents. Sundara remembers her family back in Cambodia .she has reminiscent memories of Cambodia and her family. She also cares for her aunt’s family. Either of them cares for their relatives’ .Next, they have the same feelings for each other; therefore, they are attracted to each other. They have similar personalities by sharing their feelings and thoughts.
However, Rama and Sita’s marriage, which composes the bulk of the epic, overshadows Ahalya’s story to provide a vision of passionate, forgiving, and loving Hindu marriage. Rama, the “ideal man,” and Sita, the “ideal woman,” are models for all Hindus, and their marriage is no different. Their story emphasizes the positivity of both men’s and women’s feelings and sexuality, encourages peaceful negotiation between partners, and presents husband and wife as needing each other
Life is based on one philosophy of Compromise and the people having the opposite ideas, visions and attitudes can forge an integrated mode of life. The structure of family of Samarendra portrayed in the novel has male members persisting different natures and opinions in their lives. The first member who is his father, known as Devata is completely different from the son and it was hard to believe for anyone to accept the fact. The two children i.e. sons of him were also unlike them and yet there is nothing called clash between the four members.
They had no problems. His queen, Prema, gave birth to a beautiful daughter, Sona. Being an only child, Sona enjoyed a lot of freedom and was brought up like a boy. She grew up clever not only in studies but in the use of the bow and arrow and 12 sword. She learnt the art of self-defence.
Bajwa’s second novel Tell Me A Story is not the sequel to her first novel The Sari Shop. It is also a multilayered exploration of the world of her protagonist. This novel reflects the socio-economic inequality that prevails in India through the eyes of one family. It also brings into notice the emotional
Desai tries to find victory over the problems faced by the sensitive woman Sita, but unfortunately the only solution she get from them is Marital Discord. They have different attitudes, individual complexes and fears which add their distance between Raman and Sita and finally results in conjugal disharmony. Sita represents her world of emotion and Raman represents the prose of life and an acceptance of norms and regulations of the society. He is unable to understand his wife Sita who reacts against every incident. Sita is alienated from her father during her childhood as her father a doctor is busy with his patients.
She also informs him that he would be able to marry Draupadi as well, if he switched sides to the Pandavas. (The banyantrees.com) This portrayal is from Draupadi’s perspective and dismantles the patriarchal myth illustrating feminine stream of thought. Though one could consider it contrary to the established character of Karna in myths whose character is projected with consistency in olden
remain in the family now. Her family.”7 Manorama emerges as an insecure woman in the novel. She represents the domineering woman who takes the traditional superior place of her husband. She breaks the image of suppressed wife. Both Kalyani and Shripati are forced into a loveless marriage by her.
Tendulkar wrote Kamala which is characteristically topical and intensely sentimental. It is based on a newspaper story and Tendulkar has used the world of journalism to drive his point home. It is about the girl Kamala, who is bought by a journalist Jaidev Singh to show the world that this kind of bondage still persists in India. But Kamala opens the real life of Sarita, Jaidev Singh’s wife, who considers herself to be in the same situation. Sarita’s uncle Kakasaheb plays an important role in the play, as he represents the older generation and stands as a controller of many odd situations that take place in their home.
He does not wish to see his mother to die without solving this family dispute Karthik’s cousin tells him that Radha was keen on mending fences with Ramya. He somehow convinces Ramya to meet Radha. The meeting turns out to be a fiasco. Radha and Ramya end up having a big argument. Karthik tries to keep his mother calm, wanting her to see Radha’s point of view.