Long Live Dead Reckless by Safari SpellAfter the loss of her mother, 23-year-old Talor Gardin is heartbroken. Lonely and struggling with an anxiety disorder, she just wants to finish college so she can get out of her haunted hometown for good.
That is, until Sage Talis shows up.
Hes the sexy, shy type with plenty of scandalous secrets – like vampire fangs and a price on his head – but Talor only knows two things: he sings in a rock band, and shes never been so obsessed. Drawn to a man she knows precious little about, even warnings of his dark past cant keep her away.
But when cryptic letters appear on her wrist and reveal a sensual twist of fate, Talor is thrust into a thrilling world where fantastic beasts lurk just below the skin, complete strangers keep calling her a princess, and some vampires dont go for the neck - they go straight for the heart.
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Through Raavan’s eyes
The play certainly boasted of a consistency and conviction of presentation that never quite veered into spoof, as most standard issue Ram Lilas are wont to do. Although thematically in line with the epic, there is a lyricism to the text that ultimately landed easily on the ear, although one might characterise it as an acquired taste. The battlefield sequences were banished to black-outs, during which stage hands rummaged about with their mobile flashlights switched on. Raavan ki Ramayan is also a play riddled with fallacies. The actual apaharan abduction is never explicitly depicted in a play geared towards a sympathetic understanding of a king with monumental failings. For some reason, his arrogance, and misplaced swagger, and Shiva-enabled invincibility can be brought into question without tarnishing his lustre, but the moral rectitude of a man who pays obeisance to some vague notion of consent must be held sacrosanct if we are to valorise such a man. All of this, despite his gaze always being that of a prospective paramour whose advances have been spurned.
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It is seldom that the character of Ravana becomes a bigger protagonist than Rama. When the play Raavan Ki Ramayan was staged at Hans Raj College, the sound of whistles and cheers reverberated in the auditorium. We never think of his side when we read or see the epic. The staging of the play was organised to help young minds understand the epic Ramayana better. Issar, who is popular for playing Duryodhan in the television adaptation of Ramayana, was impressed with the college crowd. Nikita Saxena Hindustan Times. The Ramayana is very relatable if you read it the right way, says artist Sonali Zohra.
The moral opulence of the demon-king and the ethical poverty of the god-king lay bared to the audience. The occasion was the opening performance of Raavan ki Ramayan — a play written and directed by Atul Satya Koushik. In this adaptation of the great epic, Ravan captures Sita but never touches her. He holds her captive to avenge the mutilation of his sister, Surpanakha. Lakshman, the brother of Ram, cuts off her ears, nose, and breasts when Surpanakha expresses her desire for Ram. Surpanakha insists that her freedom to solicit pleasure from a man has riled Sita. She has had little liberty in her choice of partner and so has instigated Lakshman.