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  • Hardcover
  • Yudhishtir And Draupadi
  • Pavan K. Varma
  • English
  • 09 July 2015

10 thoughts on “Yudhishtir And Draupadi

  1. Avanthika Avanthika says:

    Even after reading so many versions views on the same tale I'm fascinated about Mahabharat related booksI've read Vyasa Bharat Rajaji's version Draupati's version Bhima's version Karna's version Duryodhanan's version Arjuna's version Shikandi's version and so on This book is glorifying the son of DharmaRaj the epitome of righteousness the eldest pandava Chakaravarthi Yudhistir The translation by Gulzar makes you to get hooked to dictionary no matter how strong you're in the languageYudhistir and Draupati the sonnets are beautifully describing the fragile relationship that Draupati the eldest pandava shared He hadn't won her She wasn't his to lose This explains it all He did not just stake her modesty in the game of dice along with it what he had put in stake is the relationship that he shared with her His conversations with the Yaksha rajan Draupati his brothers are well portrayed The whole of Mahabharat is rendered in poetic form and believe me you'll see the eldest pandava in a completely new dimension after reading it


  2. Nikhil Nikhil says:

    Meh Some of the verses are beautiful; many of the others feel forced In order to meet the rhyme word choice verges on the ludicrous In many places the poem does not appear to flow one gets snagged reading it As this poem was originally written in English there is no excuse for this As for content perhaps the book would have been better titled Yudihsthar and His Anxieties Stemming from Not Knowing Whether or Not Draupadi Orgasmed on Their Wedding Night The first part of the poem chronicles Yudi's insecurities concerning his relationship with his wife Given his and his families actions towards her I find it difficult to sympathize with him as he wonders in bewilderment as to why Draupadi does not find fulfillment neither carnal nor spiritual in his arms The second portion of the poem concerning Draupadi's sentiments leading up to the forest scene is simply bizarre At some points Varma acknowledges how Draupadi's wishes and dreams have been ignored repeatedly At others he makes ludicrous statements about what desire feels like for all women some tendril of flame seeking some tree of longing or some other hackneyed shit Takeaway he or rather the narrator oversteps severely in portraying Draupadi's subjectivity The third and longest part of the poem deals with the meeting with the Yaksha This section is a bore The uestions and answers are sufficiently vague to appear wise while containing no content All they reveal is Yudhisthar's flawed world view wherein agency is a delusion man exists for the whims of the gods and transience strips life of all meaning I do not find these beliefs compelling The poem ends with Draupadi accepting Yudhisthir There follows a rather poorly written sex scene with skies being rent certain orgasm on Draupadi's part and a plethora of nature metaphors A man's uest to understand his insecurities in the bedroom indeed


  3. Shinde Shinde says:

    'Even a forlorn puddle on a forgotten street does not lose its power to reflect' WowNot my most favorite couple Atleast not one half of it But the feisty supremely regal other half always than compensatesA poetic interpretation of the Yaksha Yudhisthir uiz is beautifully interwoven with his trepidations guilty passion and patient devotiontowards Draupadi His yearning comes through just fine Gulzar's translation of this sonnet yields some other too gems like1 Millions pass on yet the livng think they wont die what can be wonderful than this strange lie?2Yudhisthir epitome of justice lay supineHer back no unyielding an arc sublime3 He hadn't won her She wasn't his to lose


  4. Mehak Talwar Mehak Talwar says:

    475 STARSSonnets we all know are one of the toughest forms of poetry to perform And when it comes to putting our very own epic Mahabharata into sonnet seuence its a tougher job and adds to the difficulty level with all the limits you work in This little book covers the major episode of the epic where Yudhishtar gets to know who he really is With an intense development of thought the author puts this episode into the Shakespearean sonnet which we also call English sonnet What we literature students call sensuousness or imagery are the things this book has in store for you in an abundance Happy reading


  5. Mehak Talwar Mehak Talwar says:

    475 STARSSonnets we all know are one of the toughest forms of poetry to perform And when it comes to putting our very own epic Mahabharata into sonnet seuence its a tougher job and adds to the difficulty level with all the limits you work in This little book covers the major episode of the epic where Yudhishtar gets to know who he really is With an intense development of thought the author puts this episode into the Shakespearean sonnet which we also call English sonnet What we literature students call sensuousness or imagery are the things this book has in store for you in an abundance Happy reading


  6. Chanakya Chanakya says:

    powerful language and an interesting take on our mortality and need for morality and the tension that arises from the interaction of these two; the resolution was a little too deus ex machina and gratuitous for my taste but the imagery is still vibrant and vivid; the real gem in the text is perhaps the Yaskha portion


  7. Nitya Nitya says:

    A poetic verse which seeks to delve the most unexplored relationship of Mahabharata in context of one of the most important dialouges Its a pleasure to read the translated verses by Gulzar I haven't read it in Hindi yet Each uestion of Yaksha stirs a recollection of some event in Yudhisthir's life and he attains clarity as he answers them all


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About the Author: Pavan K. Varma

Pavan K Varma is a former Indian Foreign Service officer and was an adviser to the Chief Minister of Bihar Nitish Kumar with cabinet rank With effect from June 2014 he was a Member of Parliament Rajya Sabha until July 2016 He is currently the National General Secretary and National Spokesman of the Janata Dal UnitedVarma is a graduate of St Stephen’s College New Delhi where he studied