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Andha Yug By Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) Alok Bhalla,

  • Title: Andha Yug
  • Author: Dharamvir Bharati (धर्मवीर भारती) Alok Bhalla
  • ISBN: 9780195672138
  • Page: 400
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Andha Yug is one of the most significant plays of modern India Written immediately after the partition of the Indian subcontinent, the play is a profound meditation on the politics of violence and aggressive selfhood The moral burden of the play is that every act of violence inevitably debases society as a whole Alok Bhalla s translation captures the essential tension bAndha Yug is one of the most significant plays of modern India Written immediately after the partition of the Indian subcontinent, the play is a profound meditation on the politics of violence and aggressive selfhood The moral burden of the play is that every act of violence inevitably debases society as a whole Alok Bhalla s translation captures the essential tension between the nightmare of self enchantment, which the story of the Kauravas represents, and the ever present possibility of finding a way out of the cycle of revenge into a redemptive ethicality.
    Andha Yug Andha Yug is one of the most significant plays of modern India Written immediately after the partition of the Indian subcontinent the play is a profound meditation on the politics of violence and agg

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    1. The most gory and the darkest representation of any incident of The Mahabharat I have ever read The book focuses on the darkness and the legacy of madness created by the war of Kurukshetra , and if looked at at a broader perspective the book focuses on the evil itself called as war The best things I find about the book is that the author ruthlessly and mercilessly has shown every character fallen , driven by revenge , anger and madness , every character is destroyed and is at a stage where all t [...]

    2. Bharti, my friends, has given us in Andha Yug a thought provoking mixture of mythology tweaked and dire existentialism of a post World War 2 time Bharti is obviously inspired by Jean Paul Sartre In fact, reading Andha Yug evokes memories of Sartre s creations, in which he propunded existentialism through Greek tragedies The drama in Andha Yug begins around the known themes of Mahabharata but quickly diverges into existential themes, ending with the solid supposition that in a world where God is [...]

    3. An iconic interpretation of the last days of Mahabharata The dialogues are inspiring and heart wrenching at the same time The pieces are cleverly managed and well rendered Over a weekend read it aloud to yourself with emotions and those emotions shall overwhelm you.

    4. One of the essential plays in Hindi, written in 1954, Dharamvir Bharati s Andha Yug is undeniably a classic of modern times Opening on the eighteenth day of the Mahabharata war, it brings up the pathos of a war torn society and its moral defeat Examining the questionable nature of Dharma, of fate being singularly driven by one s Karma or actions, and the fragility of being a God in the Age of Visionless warriors, Andha Yug becomes an allegory for society where collective defeat is the only outco [...]

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