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  • 15 February 2019
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Kavita Kané À 6 read & download download Ü PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB À Kavita Kané Sita's Sister free read Ï 106 Ck at the doomed palace of Ayodhya their smiles hope and joy wiped away in a single stroke And through the tears and the tragedy one woman of immense strength and conviction stands apart Urmila whose husband Lakshman has chosen to accompany his. Review in millennium post by Naila ManalhttpmillenniumpostinNewsContent

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Kavita Kané À 6 read & download download Ü PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB À Kavita Kané Sita's Sister free read Ï 106 From the bestselling author of Karna’s Wife comes this book about Urmila Sita’s sister and the neglected wife of Lakshman and one of the most overlooked characters in the Ramayana As Sita prepares to go into exile her younger sisters stay ba. A Great Booki cried and laughed with urmilaI actually lived as her while i was readind the book Escape from Rwanda urmilaI actually lived as her while i was readind the book

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Kavita Kané À 6 read & download download Ü PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB À Kavita Kané Sita's Sister free read Ï 106 Brother Ram to the forest rather than stay with his bride She could have insisted on joining Lakshman as did Sita with Ram But she did not Why did she agree to be left behind in the palace waiting for her husband for fourteen painfully long year. Though a bit delayed here is my review of Sita s Sister as promised to Kavita Oh daughter of king Janak Janaki and princess of Mithila Maithili I am neither Urmila corrected emphatically The rightful daughter of Janak and princess of Mithila Urmila has been deprived not just her birthright but her fair share in the epic tooShe is a muted character of Ramayana Our society has been patriarchal for ages The epic talks about the sacrifices of Ram Lakshman and Bharat however little is spoken about the women Their sacrifices are not exalted or even recorded I was interested in reading Sita s Sister as very little is known about Urmila Kavita has done a wonderful job and the book is great work of imagination It takes a great deal to write about a character which we know exist but do not know much about Urmila has been portrayed as a strong personality brains and beauty passionate yet practical The story is woven wonderfully around her and depicts the emotions of Urmila as a sister new bride responsible wife sensible caretaker and a critical critic Every character makes their presence felt and the bond shared between each of them is heartwarmingKavita s language is simple easy to follow due to the continuity of the story Kavita used Urmila as a medium to ask uestions that still relates to current day scenario Also I liked the way how the author brings striking contrast between Urmila and Mandavi approach while handling the separation and pressure From the cover art to the finish the book is too good This is a masterpiece by itself and voice of Urmila after so many centuries