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Aaj Rang hai Ri Ma...

“Come, Come whoever you are.  Wanderer, worshiper, lover of leaving, come.  Ours is not a caravan of despair, even if you have broken your vows a thousand times, come. Come, yet again, come, come” - Jalal-ud-din Rumi
“I did my own thing” - Sita, of the 21st century A.D
Acknowledgement I would like to express my sincerest thanks to Sage Valmiki - after all these years he seems as mythological as the epic he wrote. I am grateful to him for writing the epic, a story that remains as deeply etched in my mind today as it was when I first heard it.  The events that take place in this epic have been repeated so many times over centuries that they've shaped the belief systems of large parts of the human population. The effigies of iconic villain Ravan have been burnt year after year, Diwali, the festival of lights has been celebrated as the triumph of the righteous over evil, making this mythological story more alive than many real events that have taken place in human history. Over the years, vil…

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