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Around the age of 11, he was conferred the title of "Bharati", the one blessed by Saraswati , the goddess of learning. Unfortunately he lost his father at the age of sixteen, but before that when he was 15, he married Chellamma who was seven years old.

During his stay in Varanasi , Bharati was exposed to Hindu spirituality and nationalism. This broadened his outlook and he learned Sanskrit, Hindi and English. In addition, he changed his outward appearance.

He also grew a beard and wore a turban due to his admiration of Sikhs, influenced by his Sikh friend. Though he passed an entrance exam for a job, he returned to Ettayapuram during and started as the court poet of Raja of Ettayapuram for a couple of years.

Bharati joined as Assistant Editor of the Swadeshamitran , a Tamil daily in On his journey back home, he met Sister Nivedita , Swami Vivekananda 's spiritual heir. She inspired Bharati to recognise the privileges of women and the emancipation of women exercised Bharati's mind. He visualised the new woman as an emanation of Shakti, a willing helpmate of man to build a new earth through co-operative endeavour. Among other greats such as Bal Gangadhar Tilak, he considered Nivedita as his Guru , and penned verses in her praise.

These newspapers were also a means of expressing Bharati's creativity, which began to peak during this period. Jayakanthan has won the two most prestigious literary awards in India — the Jnanpith Award and the Sahitya Akademi Award.

Once an Actress is about an intense interplay of emotions in a relationship punctuated by intolerance, separation and eventual reunion. An essentially cerebral columnist, Ranga is a sensitive person struggling to overcome his feudal upbringing. For an actress brought up on mainstream theatre, Kalyani is a connoisseur of arts of uncommon maturity. Ranga adores Kalyani but seeks constant evidence of her love for him.

Love for her is sincerity, honesty and compassion, not its overt demonstration. This unsettles Ranga. A helpless victim of his chauvinistic pettiness with its thin veneer of intellectual gloss, Ranga seeks and obtains separation from Kalyani. The eventual reunion with a now disabled Kalyani is a moving denouement.


Kalyani is perhaps the most sensitive woman character created by Jayakanthan. The novel offers rare insights into the inner reaches of the human mind. It is a perceptive portrayal of the low-intensity conflict between a sentimental man and a self-sufficient woman. Was it a religious vow , austerities, ablutions, mantras , or magical herbs, the power of secret spells, or the power of roots, or repetition of sacred words, or offerings or drugs?

Tell me, lady of Panchala, the lucky secret that brings you [matrimonial] good fortune.

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Satyabhama , wife of Vasudeva Krsna asks, Draupadi Draupadi denies employment of any such devices to retain the devotion of her husbands, but rather attributes their love to her exemplary behavior. I avoid excessive mirth [arrogance] or excessive vexation and anger and am always, Satya, engaged in serving my husbands. Draupadi begs not to be brought before the assembly in her condition. Angered, she looks over to her husbands who sit in front of the gathered nobles and watch her humiliation : The loss of the kingdom, wealth , or the most valuable jewels, did not cause the pain that was caused by the infuriated glare of that tormented Krsna.

He Dhristadhyumna has a sister, Draupadi. She has a beautiful body and a slender waist. Yudhisthira , in his frenzied desire to win back the kingdom, has staked her as his last possession.

She is not too short, nor is she too large; nor is she too dark nor is her complexion red.

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She has eyes reddened from passion. I will stake her—whose eyes and fragrance are like autumnal lotuses. Attached to modesty , she is, in beauty , equal to Sri , the goddess of beauty. She knows everything, down to the jobs both completed and not yet done by the cowherds and shepherds. Yudhishtira The question whether Draupadi has been legitimately won over is debated by the kings. If I do not carry out my vow, lords of the earth, then let me not obtain the worlds of all our grandfathers-ill, if, in battle, do not violently split open the chest and drink the blood of this low-born sinner, this most despicable among the Bharatas!

Bhima takes vow striking to avenge the humiliation faced by Draupadi Draupadi addresses the kings, demanding to know how they, who are supposedly learned in the ways of proper conduct, could allow her to be so humiliated. How is it that the wife of Pandus, the sister of Parsata [Dhrstadyumna], the friend of Vasudeva Krsna, could be brought before the assembly of kings? Then I will do as commanded, Kauravas! Draupadi questions the assembled kings Bhisma demands that Yudhisthira himself answer the question [of Draupadi], and the assembly becomes quiet in anticipation of his answer.

Yudhisthira remains silent but finally Dhrtarastra, who has observed evil omens portending the downfall of the Kauravas, gives Draupadi a boon, as she is the most distinguished of his daughters-in-law and devoted to dharma. And as she is displayed in front of the assembly, the brothers are humbled.

From the outset Draupadi has realized that her husbands will take no stand in her defense. Her embarrassment at being dragged before a public assembly quickly turns into rage—a rage directed not only against her husbands but against all those gathered at the dicing match.

More poignantly, it proves to be a humiliation for all the men present. The episode is ironic. During the scene the beautiful Draupadi is possessed also of quick wit and a clever tongue. Her ability at debate is soon demonstrated, and at the conclusion of the episode, we realize that her wit has saved her husbands from impending slavery.

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Her desire for revenge is strong, and she rarely is able to pass up an opportunity to complain to her husbands, particularly Yudhisthira, about her ill-treatment and her ill-luck at having such a lot for husbands. Madhusudana , out of affection I will tell you, who are the lord of creatures divine and mortal , my troubles.

Krsna, why was a woman like me, wife of the Parthas, your friend, 0 lord, and sister of Dhrstadyumna , dragged into the assembly?

In the assembly, in the middle of the kings, those evil-minded descendants of Dhrtarastra looked upon me, still menstruating, and laughed. While the Pandavas, Panchalas, and Vrsnis were still alive, those Kauravas, Madhusudana, desired to enjoy me like a serving wench.

I was forced to become a slave. I blame only these strong Pandavas, men held to be the best in battle , who watched their lawful and illustrious wife being tormented. Draupadi's indignation She continues, at length, to despair about her ill treatment at the hands of the Kurus and to revile her husbands, who having done so much for others, had done nothing to avenge her. Finally she says: I have no husbands, no sons, no brothers, no father, no relatives, not even you, Madhusudana. As if free from all grief , you all stood by while vile men insulted me.

Draupadi's final accusation. Krsna takes it upon himself to assure the indignant Draupadi that the Kauravas will be punished for her ill-treatment.

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She [Draupadi] is depicted not only as having suffered great insult , but faithfully following her husbands into exile and enduring the hardships of the forest.

It is from these scenes, and not from her life in the palace, that we learn of the real character of Draupadi. Furthermore, she subtly chides her husbands once again for their lack of understanding of household matters and their inability to control the treasury. Her character is further developed by the epic poet in two other important episodes. Both involve, like the dicing match, sexual assaults on the princess. Here, Draupadi, left by the Pandavas at the ashram of the sage Trnabindu in the Kamyaka forest , is espied by Jayadratha , the king of the Sindhus.

He falls madly in love with the beautiful princess, and sends a messenger to discover who she is.

Jayadratha on seeing Draupadi Draupadi solves the problem by saying that she will assume the guise of a hairdresser for the wife of Virata and convinces her husbands that Queen Sudesna will protect her The messenger informs Jayadratha that she is Draupadi, wife of the Pandavas, and advises him to leave well enough alone.

But the lovesick king refuses the good counsel and goes to the hermitage of Trnabindu to meet her. He propositions her; Draupadi, alone and insulted, is enraged at such a suggestion and in the expectation of her husbands' imminent return, reviles the king and swears revenge. But Jayadratha does not think that the strength of the Pandavas is as great as she has suggested and grabbed her where her upper garment was.

She pushed him away. His body repulsed by her, that evil man fell to the ground like a tree with its roots cut. There is yet another important episode in which Draupadi [As Sairandri] suffers a sexual assault.

This occurs during the last year of their exile, the Pandavas and Draupadi go to the court of Virata and assuming various disguises dwell there for a year. But the princess Krsna [Draupadi], though prostrating herself in front of the priest Dhaumya, was immediately seized again, repeatedly let forth sobs, and was dragged up into the chariot. The brothers set out in pursuit of Jayadratha and Draupadi.

Draupadi in Virata's palace - I am the virtuous wife of men who are all too lenient in this respect. Among those whose leader is a gambler There is yet another important episode in which Draupadi suffers a sexual assault.

Yudhisthira poses as a brahmin who is skilled in dicing, Arjuna as a eunuch who will teach singing and dancing , Bhima as a cook, Nakula as a groom and Sahadeva as a cowherd. Our beloved wife, who is dearer to us than our own lives, must be protected like a mother and worshipped like an elder sister. What kind of work can Krsna, the daughter of Drupada, do?

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She knows nothing not even how to do the work of women. Our illustrious princess is young and delicate. How is it possible that our devoted wife, this noble lady, work? She is a beautiful young woman, who, from the time she was born, has known only these garlands, perfumes, ornaments, and various costumes.The five brothers now returned home to Kunti with the princess Bharati lost his mother at the age of five and was brought up by his father who wanted him to learn English, excel in arithmetic, and become an engineer.

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