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Hindu Mythology And Women

Discussion in 'General Discussions' started by BhumiBabe, Sep 27, 2018.

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    I started reading this book as part of my book club. The chapters regarding Draupadi and Radha are quite interesting.
     
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    Got the book. Each chapter is only about 12-15 pages, looks like. Plan to read those two by the weekend. Been wanting to read a good Draupadi analysis for a while now, after The Palace of Illusions.

    The other women written about in the book are: Ambapali, Raziya Sultan, Meerabai, Jahanara, Laxmibai and Hazrat Mahal
     
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    It’s an easy read, but I definitely prefer the Draupadi and Radha chapters. The others are less familiar to me, and the author fails to dive into analysis.
     

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