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Atma Gandhi Sardar Patel Rajagopalachari and Pandit Nehru His achievements as Home Minister of Bombay in 1937 as India's Agent General in Hyderabad before the Police action as India's Food Minister and as Governor of Uttar Pradesh had been characterised by rare courage and decisive energy Acknowledged as the foremost writer in modern Gujarati literature he has to his credit a v. The second part of the Krishnavatara series starts from where the first left off Kamsa is killed in the middle of the arena and Krishna has a poignant reunion with his long suffering motherOnce the sentiments get sorted the politics of those times come into play Kamsa was the son in law and an important vassal of Jarasandha the mighty emperor of Aryavarta With a huge crowd of Kamsa s allies and supporters gathered in Mathura the Yadava council wants to crown Krishna as the next king Here Munshi s impeccable research shows up Yadavas were a democratic people There were no kings in their hierarchy though Kamsa s father was called a King out of courtesy But then when Kamsa seizes power from him father he forces people to acknowledge him as a king Now that Kamsa is gone Krishna urges their council to reinstate the Yadava chiefs to their rightful place and to bring back their democratic rule Note This fact is well documented in both Mahabharata and Bhagavata PuranamKrishna refuses the crown of Mathura and takes a tearful farewell from his adopted father Nanda The council decides to send Krishna and his brother to Guru Sandipani s ashram to educate them in arms and statecraft Parallel to this runs Rukmini s passion for Krishna whom she contrives to meet whenever possible Sadly for her Krishna is enigmatic as ever and doesn t give her any encouragementKrishna s education in Sandipani s ashram gives us a glimpse of how young students were trained in all aspects of life Politics statecraft arms weaponry learning how to make one s arms were one of many of the lessons taught to studentsAccording to myths Krishna and Udhava rescue Punardatta from an underworld kingdom which in this case becomes an unknown island off Prabhasa sea The description about Nagakanyas and their weird traditions makes a fascinating adventure And this is where Krishna also comes into possession of his legendary conch PanchajanyaBack home Krishna and Balarama find that Jarasandha is poised to attack Mathura so they escape to Parashurama s ashram hoping that the angry emperor will come after them leaving the city alone Parashurama advises them to stay with a mountain tribe called Garuda So the ever faithful garudas becomes a tribe here rather than fascinating bird creatures It is here that Krishna builds his arms his bow and arrow mace and the enigmatic Sudarshana Chakra While Krishna is thus occupied Balarama discovers that there is to life than just making arms and he indulges himself in nectar a habit and an attitude that would define him in the later yearsJarasandha attacks and the brothers are able to defeat him Udhava s adventures are also interesting and the fiery Karavirapura Princess Shaibya is a very fascinating character Udhava s trial by fire and his surrender to Krishna is one of the most important chapters in this book You can almost call it as a pre curser to Udhava Gita a discourse that Krishna gives to Udhava before he disappears from earthKrishna s escape from Kala Yavana s wild hoards is well described and keeps the pace of the book alive Things move on fast from this chapter onwards culminating in Rukmini s kidnapping The beauty of Munshi s narrative is that even though you know how the story is going to end you will fret with Rukmini feel sad for her plight and get anxious when she is about to step into the funeral pyre because her Lord has not come yetThis book is almost like the coming of the age of Krishna s character From this point on this charming cowherd will become a seasoned politician and a master chess player in the arena of kings

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Rukmini Haran

Kanaiyalal Maneklal Munshi's versatility and achievements were in a way uniue He was an eminent lawyer one of the framers of India's Constitution and a seasoned statesman Coming under the inspiring influence of Sri Aurobindo during his student days Munshi had been an ardent fighter for India's freedom working at different stages in close association with Jinnah Tilak Besant Mah. What was impressive about this part of the Krishnavatara was the way K M Munshi treated the subject The Krishna we see here is a young prince trying to protect his people from a huge and powerful enemy The heroics are not always in confronting He knew the strength of his opponent and the weakness of his own people Hence he cleverly managed and planned his actions be it fleeing the emperor and diverting the attention and the anger towards him sparing his people or by shifting the entire populace to safe places You also see clever manipulations between the kingdoms the alliances formed and broken the battle plans and trickery What we witnessed in these pages continued through out the history of mankind You see political alliances formed between countries the alliances sealed with marriages The helplessness of smaller kings against the might of a large armyThough Krishna continue to perform miracles in tackling some of the dredged criminals and kings through out his journey most of his deeds aren t extra ordinary or painted with any divine touch They are by someone who is destined to maintain dharma in the world and are performed some one with knowledge and skills Even against his enemies he is considerate and genuineI thought Sri K M Munshi did a phenomenal job in the Book 2 by not glorifying the actions as holy and divine and performed by Avatara He focused on the humane side of the young prince his worries for his parents his close friends and associates and the Yadava people Despite the advances of Shaibya whom he rescued from Karavirapura or Rukmini he maintained his stand on preserving dharma as his duty and the rest has to waitThe style is much clearer may be I m getting used to it and the language despite few hiccups and unevenness is much better in Book 2 The flow and structure with its many diversions and sub texts converged back to the main theme Fabulous read

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Ast and varied literature including novels dramas memoirs and history in Gujarati as also several historical and other works in English notably Gujarat and Its Literature Imperial Gurjaras Creative Art of Life To Badrinath The End of an Era Krishnavatara Bhagavad Gita and Modern Life Saga of Indian Sculpture Bhagawan Parashurama Tapasvini Prithvi Vallabh and The Master of Gujar. The Second volume is good I guess the remaining five parts will good just like the first two


10 thoughts on “Rukmini Haran

  1. says:

    What was impressive about this part of the Krishnavatara was the way K M Munshi treated the subject The Krishna we see here is a young prince trying to protect his people from a huge and powerful enemy The heroics

  2. says:

    A relief to see Krishn the brain the diplomat the mover shaker the foresighted with scrupulous ideas of Dharma This one has Mathura Dwarka migration and plenty of palace intrigue Krishn's multipronged relations with Balram esp Krishn's awareness of overshadowing Balram's achievements Uddhava Jarasandha and even Kamsa whos

  3. says:

    Amazing book amazing story Second in Krishnavatara series gets the readers to feel the political tensions between the kingdoms in aryavartha and the dangerous game of thrones that Krishna and Jarasandha play Wonderful read I am just loving this series of books and as I progress through them Simply Unputdownable

  4. says:

    A classical Indian myth told with a rich vividness that echoes the country within which its set

  5. says:

    The second part of the Krishnavatara series starts from where the first left off Kamsa is killed in the middle of the arena and Krishna has a poignant reunion with his long suffering motherOnce the sentiments get sorted the politics of those

  6. says:

    A phenomenal journey through Ancient India I could not stop reading this book once I started The author has described the scenery t

  7. says:

    I am almost done reading this book and found this series appealing Simple English and readable Each chapter is

  8. says:

    The Second volume is good I guess the remaining five parts will good just like the first two

  9. says:

    Part 2 of the krishnavtar series revolves around Krishna's uests in mathura This book is as beautiful as its first part

  10. says:

    The second volume in K M Munshi's interpretation of Sri Krishna's story sees his mostly indirect battle with the emperor Jarasandha whose son in law he killed at the end of the first volume and whose empire is now threatened In between Krishna and his brother Balarama have many adventures make many friends and forge the weapons that they would become known forI mostly knew the structure of the story in The Magic Flute but this bo

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