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the readers Here she her challenges alone and boldly unlike in RamayanaThis book gives a partially flawed characterism of the great Lord Rama whose each act Lights, Camera, Action (Paranormal Talent Agency Book 1) during the 14 years of Banawas was to provoke the Lanka king in order to empower his kingdom This provocation of his becomes his own enemy when Sita is abducted and never ever returns to him truly in a free body and mind Rama sistress and fight to get his wife back will make the readers realize about men s basic nature to use women as pawns and to Becoming a Church that Cares Well for the Abused dominate over them In a nutshell this is a compelling book surrounding the life and time of Sita along with some notable characters from one of the greatest Indian mythological tale RamayanaVerdict Thoroughly enlightening and poignant account of a woman who is worshiped even to thisa. S the king of Ayodhya and as a man The Nonlinear Workbook: Chaos, Fractals, Celluar Automata, Neural Networks, Genetic Algorithms, Gene Expression Programming, Support Vector Machine, Wavelets, Hidden Markov M deeply in love with his wife A powerful subversion of India’s most popular tale of morality choice and sacrifice The Liberation of Sita opens up new spaces within the oldiscourse enabling women to review their lives and experiences afresh This is Volga at her feminist be. The Liberation of Sita
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It consists of short stories snippets from the epic Ramayana and retold in a mesmerizing manner The stories portray Sita becoming a stronger woman through her ordeals and chance meetings with Coming Out of Communism different other women who suffered a similar fate to hers It is both beautiful and poignant to read Sita s narration of Ramayana through these stories It isisheartening to see how women are always mistreated and considered nothing than objects of power playThis book is a fresh take on the subject of women and feminism Recommended I really really really liked this book I had been looking for modern re tellings of Indian mythology something beyond Devdutt Pattanaik and Ashwin Sanghi that either brought a new perspective or told the story objectively and what I found was this slim 100 page marvel now a treasured addition to my favorites Written by a feminist the book takes a completely fresh critical Ways of Knowing About Birth direction through a feminist point of view to Sita s story Picking up atifferent points in her life the author creates a narrative between Sita and several other female characters from the Ramayana treating these key moments in her life with a new perspective to help her understand the implications of the trials she has borne or will bear There are many many layers in what is such a simply written no frills narrative Written originally in Telugu titled Vimukta through the late 70s and 80s I find this book timeless in the message it ultimately seeks to convey and borrow a few lines from a critical review included at the end of the book written by one of the translators to HeroAca describe what this book really achieves Volga s Vimukta not only belongs to this tradition of feminist re visionist myth making but it takes it further Volgaoes not use re visioning merely as a strategy to subvert patriarchal structures embedded in mythical texts but also as a means to forge a vision of life in which liberation is total autonomous and completeWomen are no longer a means to serve someone else s ends nor are they merely the prizes in men s uests On the contrary they are uesters seeking their own salvationDoes liking this book so much mean I am a feminist I couldn t say but I Reading Africa into American Literature do relate to and support this perspective wholeheartedly I willefinitely be re reading this book a few times Volga is my first Telugu author I ve always been proud of my heritage and especially prideful of being a Telugu person perhaps it comes from my not living in India This form of longing to understand and be a part of Telugu cultural norms as best as I can be has always gnawed away at my being It shows through my accent marked fluent Telugu But reading this book has finally given me the understanding of what it really means to be a Telugu woman marked by the societal standards that I have only been half exposed to my Entire Life This Book Is Uite Short life This book is uite short s around 70 pages on my Kindle Paperwhite and is a very alluring read Essentially it is a short story collection in which Sita has various BWWM (Interracial African American Billionaire Baby Romance Marriage Urban) discourses with female characters with tragic backgrounds like her To thisay I ve probably read 20 30 ifferent variations of the Ramayanam but after reading this "I finally can retire from searching for the feminist answers I kept asking throughout this book This is a book "finally can retire from searching for the feminist answers I kept asking throughout this book This is a book we need in these times For women this is an abandonment of old values that are impressed abandonment of old values that are impressed us from the Ramayana and it is a nod toward understanding the injustices that are served to the woman Essentially it s a feminist lens reading of the Ramayana I won t get into the analysis because then the book will not hold its charm The interview at the end of my copy with Volga was eually mesmerizing A marxist feminist Telugu author and activist she has set out to accomplish for this country what we have constantly failed to o We need to start accepting Telugu and other Indian authors and need to bring them out into the public because their views and ideologies will help progressive ideologies prosper in this country Women are slowly becoming aware of their status as an eual but we need to pursue it on a governmental societal level I absolutely admire the progressive ideas that these authors are putting out and wholeheartedly thank Volga for writing this book the Ramayanam. Valmiki’s Ramayana is the story of Rama’s exile and return to Ayodhya a triumphant king who will always o right by his subjects In Volga’s retelling it is Sita who after being abandoned by Purushottam Rama embarks on an arduous journey to self realization Along the way she meets extraordinary women who. That women need to read No longer should Ramarajyam be The Ideal We Should All Strive To Be The Sita ideal We should all strive to be the Sita the end of this book bound to nobody but herself Not bad but i feel like some of the passionintensity got lost in the translation It felt much profound when i read the original Few years back I read retellings of Mahabharata that made me contemplate about perspectives I never knew existed Incidences we label as black and white cannot be istinguished easily all the time The lines start to blur and one oesn t know what is true or untrue Having read a few version of Ramayana I had always come across books with Rama s pov Even though the titles clearly mentioned the book will never be about Sita Thankfully this translated work caught my eyes It consists of 5 short stories purely focused on Sita and boy I m glad First four stories were classic will read them again But I m not in a position to be a fan of the last chapter that tried to speak for Rama and I wanted this one to be all about Sita and her opinion My only complaint is that the writing especially the translation could been far far "Better The Subject Discussed "The subject iscussed serious and its wisdom profound could ve been ealt in with eliberation I cannot NOT give this book a 5 star Society gave him that authority I Loosening the Grip didn t Till I give it no one can have that authority over meBut he hasisowned youPity that is his lossThe Authority being spoken about here is the authority to judge the authority to Graph Drawing: Algorithms for the Visualization of Graphs dictate her actionsThe Liberation of Sita is a book which I felt everyone should read I finished this book in one sitting but it lingered in my mind so much so that itidnt let me sleep Its a collection of 5 ifferent yet connected stories of Sita meeting 4 extraordinary women who have broken free from all that held them back they have a profound impact on Sita and steer her towards an unexpected resolution of her LiberationI wish I knew enough Telugu to read the book in its original languageFor the love of literature please read it This is the retelling I ve been looking for Not even a retelling so the POV The Ramayana treats its female characters amongst others very poorly so this was refreshing to read Volga s The Liberation of Sita is a collection of short stories Sita meets other famous infamous women of the myths Surpanaka Renuka Urmila Ahalya Through conversations self reflection and uiet uestions that are often not asked Sita finds herself in whole form not as a manifestation of an image conferred upon her by a man s world The stories pose uestions of who is right and who is wrong what is harma why women were always silenced how men see women and so on I particularly loved Sita s meeting with Surpanaka Surpanaka is always Igniting the Internet described as aemon in the stories but here she finds beauty and joy in nurturing her garden Similarily each meeting awakens a new thought in Sita which later threads into the actual story of RamayanaI love Ramayana and reading about Breaking and Entering The Extraordinary Story of a Hacker Called Alien different takes on the book Moreover Sita is one of my favourite heroines the other being Parvathy So I was very enthusiastic to see Volga s interpretations I loved the book for how t The thing women have yet to learn is nobody gives you power You just take it Roseanne BarrPopuri Lalita Kumari who writes award winning Telugu poems and stories under her pen name Volga has penned yet another terrific and feminist tale revolving around India s most popular mythological tale Ramayana called The Liberation of Sita In this book the author meticulously weaves a story about the characters from Ramayana with their struggles hardships and challenges that they underwent throughuring their life times and how that made them the way we see them now Mostly revolving around Sita s life after abandonment with her husband and her ordeal with the test of chastity among with other notable characters like Surpanakha Ahalya and many Synopsis Valmiki s Ramayana is the story of Rama s exile and return to Ayodhya a triumphant king who will always Boku no Hero Academia dj - ハッピーハッピーバーストデー [Happy Happy Birthday] do right by his subjects In Volga s retelling it is Sita who after being abandoned by Purushottam Rama embarks on an arduous journey to self realization Along the way she meets extraordinary women who have broken free from all that held them back Hu. Have broken free from all that held them back Husbands sons and their notions ofesire beauty and chastity The minor women characters of the epic as we know it – Surpanakha Renuka Urmila and Ahalya – steer Sita towards an unexpected resolution Meanwhile Rama too must reconsider and weigh out his roles ,