Draupadi


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Draupadi

princess won by Arjuna, brings her home as the wife of all five brothers. [Hindu Lit.: Mahabharata]
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It almost seems as if the Mahabharata was being re-enacted in Chiniot, not the great war between the Kauravas and the Pandavas, the episode when the eldest of the Pandavas, Yudisthira, lost Draupadi, their wife in common, while gambling.
Kanhailal's play Draupadi, staged in 2000, remains an encapsulation of the political trauma and extreme violence of the subsequent decades in Manipur.
Jharkhand Governor Draupadi Murmu, Chief Minister Raghubar Das and Union Ministers JP Nadda and Jayant Sinha were present on the occasion.
Draupadi, on seeing blood coming out of his finger, ran to him, tore a piece of cloth from her 'sari' and tied it on his bleeding finger.
The German translation of the Urdu novel Rohzin, published by Heidelberg publisher Draupadi, has recently stirred a conversation about Urdu books.
She didn't stop with that but went on to say "Krishna would always come to protect Draupadi, but we aren't so spiritually-evolved that God will come and protect us" which irked many.
On the other hand, there are also female writers like Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni with her novel The Palace of Illusions (2008) and Mahasweta Devi with her short story, "Draupadi" (1997)--compiled in the collection Breast Stories (2010)--, who rewrite the Hindu epic from the point of view of Draupadi, the courageous protagonist, in order to bring the politics of domination into relief, as this paper will examine.
The Cavern, Mathew Street, Liverpool 0151 236 1965 - Sat, 7 Apr Unravelled: Janaki Rangarajan (Bharatanatyam) Unravelled is a new solo production that explores the unseen layers of the iconic Draupadi Amman, a goddess from the Hindu epic, Mahabharata.
Kunti, Draupadi, Bhima, Ghatotkacha, etc., are significant character-sketches even in this period.