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Reading the Mahabharata single work   poetry   "Once in a ruptured past before mutiny or Midnight's Children,"
Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Reading the Mahabharata
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  • Author's note: madrasahs: schools for the teaching of Islam dharma: duty karma: pleasure, aesthetic experience moksha: liberation swayamwara: ritual practice of chosing a husband. For example, Draupadi suitors had to hit a fish's eye with a bow and arrow. This fish was an image rotating on a wheel, placed in a pan filled with water. Panini: an ancient Sanskrit linguist and grammarian kafilas: camel caravans vishvarupa: universal or celestial form, the thousand headed appearance, which Krishna reveals to Arjuna in the Bhagavad Gita, book 6 of the Mahabharata

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