REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी


रश्मिरथीIndi poet Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' It is one of the most appreciated works of Dinkar other than KurukshetraKarna was first born son of Kunti whom she had abandoned at birth as he was an illegitimate son Karna grew up in a lowly family yet became one of the best warriors of his time In the Great Mahabharata war Karna was obliged to fight from the side of Duryodhana as Duryodhana recognizing his merits had made him.

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A king and adopted him as a close friend Karna fighting from Kaurava's side was a great worry of Pandavas as he was reputed to be unconuerable in war The way Dinkar has presented the story of Karna with all hues of human emotions trapped in moral dilemmas is simply marvelous The rhythm and meter is lilting Choice of words and purity of language is exhilarating The work has a timeless relevance and is a must read.

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REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी ´ [PDF] ✐ रश्मिरथी By Ramdhari Singh Dinkar – Rashmirathi रश्मिरथी meaning 'the Sun's charioteer' is one of the most popular epic poems of the great Hindi poet Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' It is one of the most appreciated works of Din Rashmirathi र[PDF] रश्मिरथी By Ramdhari Singh Dinkar Rashmirathi रश्मिरथी meaning 'the Sun's charioteer' is one of the most popular epic poems of the great Hindi poet Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' It is one of the most appreciated works of Din Rashmirathi रश्मिरथी meaning 'the Sun's charioteer' is one of the most popular epic poems of the great H.

REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी Ramdhari Singh 'Dinkar' September – April was an Indian Hindi poet essayist patriot and academic who is considered as one of the most important modern Hindi poets He remerged as a poet of rebellion as a conseuence of his nationalist poetry written in the days before Indian independence His poetry exuded veer rasa and he has been hailed as a Rashtrakavi National p.

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  • Asra Ghouse

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीWhat can one say of Dinkar Such uneualed is his styleRashmirathi is like how Arundhati Roy puts it in The God of Small Things The secret of the Great Stories is that they have no secrets The Great Stories are the ones you have heard and want to hear again The ones you can enter anywhere and inhabit comfortably They don’t deceive you with thrills and trick endings They don’t surprise you with the unforeseen They are as familiar as the house you live in Or the smell of your lover’s skin You know how they end yet you listen as though you don’t In the way that although you know that one day you will die you live as though you won’t In the Great Stories you know who lives who dies who finds love who doesn’t And yet you want to know again

  • Himanshu

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीNothing short of extraordinary It is saddening that hindi literature of such stature will only find itself under the dust of historical achievements of mankind for the generations to come And to see it crumbling in front of our eyes is truly heartbreaking

  • Priyanshu

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथी “जब फ़ूल पिरोए जाते हैंहम उनको गले लगाते हैं”This poem is that garland Ramdhari Singh Dinkar Sahab's lyrical much deserved eulogy to Karna

  • Onaiza Khan

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीThis book was way beyond my reading level in Hindi but despite that I enjoyed it thoroughly Reading in Hindi had always felt like a task to me b

  • Shishir Chaudhary

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीWhatever you are doing right now stop buy this book and read it as early as possible A one line summary of what this महाकाव्य is and deserves Many of us have read a small sectio

  • Aishwarya Dhaigude

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीThis book is just amazing I got to know about it through facebook since I had liked a few pages on it I was just enthralled by the lines that were posted from this book Fortunately I could immediately get it and read it in one stroke Rashmirathi is the first hindi book I have ever read and probably the best too I have always been a huge fan of Karna and Mrityunjay and Rashmirathi have deepened my respect and admiration for him One can read this book over and over and still find it extremely fascinating and even appealing The best part according to me

  • Bharat Jain

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीI came across this book after watching this video in which Manoj Bajpai beautifully recites verses from one of the chapters of Rashmirathi The book eulogizes Karna who is well known not just for his skills and prowess as a warrior but also for his generosity and unrelenting pursuit of DharmaRecite it Each verse is filled with rhythmic music and will leave you delighted

  • Rishabh Tripathi

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीI would not take the credit off from Piyush mishra for popularizing the parts of this epos if you have not seen gulal as well it is the chapter where Krishna goes to duryodhan and asks rajya for the pandavas and on the refusal of duryodhan gets angry and challanges him for the battle This chapter beautifully captures the aggravated emotions of the otherwise tactical Krishna and the fear he inculcates in the Sabha well thats with the popularised chapter but the rest of it is eually historical and grande the chapters on Karn his trainig wirh parshuram Krishna's negotiations with

  • Garima Yadav

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीI read it in it's original language Hindi and also listened to its recitation It is one of the best books I have read I wish people read it

  • Vikalp Trivedi

    REVIEW Ë रश्मिरथी रश्मिरथीRashmirathi by Ramdhari Singh Dinkar is a phenomenal poem based on the life and over struggle of the most underrated character of the Mahabharat Karn The poem is composed in Veer Ras and is composed so brilliantly that it literally gives goosebumps to the readerI've read some books based on the Mahabharata in which Karn is one of the chief character But those books mostly portrayed the tragidies surrounding Karn's life and on the other hand this books portrays the stand of Karn against all the odds he faced throughout his life Entire poem was great but the parts I liked most were the training days of Karn with Parshuram especially Parshuram's affectio