What is the theme of the story song of


  • Réponse publiée par: reyquicoy4321


    hotdoggdhjur wow i love you to daddy

  • Réponse publiée par: snow01
    Only 1% of people are rich and 10% are wealthy enough for luxuries and 20-25% wealthy enough to sustain themselves but no luxuries. the remaining percentage are either having a hard time, suffering, or already in poverty
  • Réponse publiée par: stacy05
    Marcelo h. del pilar
  • Réponse publiée par: elaineeee
    Shakuntala stands for all that is beautiful in indian womanhood. she would risk her honour as a woman for the love of a man, and yet she would not take one harsh word that goes against her dignity from that man. she has the softness of the softest flower and yet she is as fierce as fire itself. she is strength that knows how to bend. she is the courage to trust. she is silence that knows how to be eloquent when the need arises. 

    in the mahabharata her story is told by vaishampayana in response to a question by king janamejaya about his remote ancestors.  the women who people our epics are shaktis: each one of them is endowed with power, sure of herself, sure of the choices she makes, sure in her speech, protective, passionate, loving, giving, hungry for life, filled with adventurousness, a fearless wanderer in life’s vast fields. 

    she inherits her soul from our vedic women: independent, assertive, strong winners, who took responsibility for themselves. authentic women who participated in all fields of life as men’s equals. they debated on the meaning of life with the best of philosophers. they explored the mysteries of existence just as the men of their times did. they composed poems, sacred and mundane, poems of the soul and of the flesh, singing of spiritual ecstasy and sexual longing, that survive to this day. 

    the changes kalidasa makes in shakuntala tells us much about the changes that took place in women’s status, her role in a man’s life and societal and familial expectations from her by the time we leave behind epic times and reach what modern historians call the golden period of indian history. vyasa’s shakuntala is strong. she is shakti, bold and fearless. in the case of kalidasa’s shakuntala, her strength lies in her weakness, in her helplessness. she is an abala: an infantilized woman whose strength is her capacity to invoke protectiveness in us.
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