Inconspicuous Multi-personality of Raavan in Amish Tripathi’s Raavan - Enemy of the Aryavarta
M.Manojkumar, Dr.S.Jerald Sagaya Nathan
Amish Tripathi, Mythology, Magician, Pirate, Pirate, Raavan, Scholar, Warrior, Righteous father and king.
A few novelists have re-interpret and fusing mythical events with contemporary issues such as political and cultural bias, namely Amish Tripathi, Ashwin Saghi and Ashok Banker who have fused mythologies with current social theme with an effective manner. They have discovered primary sources from myths and have employed them efficiently and artistically. It is introduced a new taste in contemporary literature and added more serious issues. Amish Tripathi has employed dynamically the myth structure in his all novels. By using mythical themes, he wants to construct the society in a moral and ethical way; many contemporary critics and writers had taken such approach in their works. In a critical situation, the society is facing a chaos and tension in which their problems would have solved by the mythological dreams. Amish has succeeded in fusing social, cultural, geographical, historical and religious facts, though his characters worked towards the welfare of the society. The research paper explores mighty Raavan’s character and his adventures in terms of scholaristics attitudes towards magic, music, piracy, war, fatherhood, motherhood, business, kingship, husband hood, virtue and heroism.
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Unique Paper ID: 158687

Publication Volume & Issue: Volume 9, Issue 10

Page(s): 346 - 349
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