!!> Reading ➳ Lost Loves ➬ Author Arshia Sattar – 1sm.info Lost Loves Exploring Rama S Anguish BY Arshia Sattar Home Lost Loves 10 thoughts on “Lost Loves ” A trifle repetitive, but Sattar succeeds magnificently in her central objective to humanise Rama.A pint sized book that s worth a punt 3.5 stars. Reply I am writing a detailed blog on this subject and you can read it on the link in my bio around next week So I will be brief here.To me, Arshia Sattar has done for Ramayan what Irawati Karve did for Mahabharat I had never thought such complexities existed in Ramayan I guess one understands such nuances only when you grow older I had always thought Ram was this one dimensional god like chara Reply I started the book, but found it extremely repetitive. Reply This is a book of essays and there are some overlaps and repetitions between the individual pieces However, I love the fact that a feminist like Ashia Sattar can plumb the depths of Rama s sorrow and share that in writing that s eloquent She e... Reply A good collection of literature pieces exploring Rama s character as a husband, king, son and father.The different aspects discussed are refreshing and provides for an empathetic background in approaching Ram and his thought process as an incarnation of God on earth. Reply A brilliant book takes a very different look at Valmiki s Ramayana Looks at the love between Ram and Sita, a must read. Reply Poignant profound. Reply Repetitive, it is usually hard to pay equal attention to all the theories you coin while reading or writing about mythologies,, but this book has done an awesome job helping me at it. Reply Its not often that we get such books easily. the thought process is completely different and there are many unknowns that are used to contemplate and reach a conclusion Really a good read. Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.