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Author:ASHOK BANKER [BANKER, ASHOK]

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Published: 2016-08-14T21:00:00+00:00

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At this terrible pronouncement, even the collective emotions of the sabha hall seemed to turn towards sympathy for the ascetic woman with the young boy. Even Dushyanta’s fiercest political opponents within the court smiled thinly, inwardly cursing the king’s clarity of purpose. They had been hoping beyond hope that he would have relented and acknowledged the woman, for it was clear that there had been some relationship between them at some time. Ascetics as high-minded as she did not make such claims lightly. Rishi Kanva was a legendary if obscure brahmin. Nobody from his ashram would lie outright, that too on such a royal scale. Probably the king had indeed encountered the woman during one of his many hunting expeditions. There had even been one famous such expedition nine years ago, where he had gone missing for several fortnights. Everyone recalled it well because it was that absence that had fuelled the crisis in the administrative scene, and changed the landscape of Hastinapura’s politics. It was also notable because ever since that day, the king had never once ventured away from the capital for more than a few days, no more than a fortnight, and only in the rarest of emergencies. His iron hand and constant presence here had been the very reason why they were unable to work their machinations and pursue their own agenda as forcefully as before. So the more the woman had argued, her passion and intensity – and her painful sincerity, above all – had won their minds over, making everyone believe that there was some truth to what she claimed, if not the whole truth. The setting was ripe for a controversy. But by denying her so brusquely and cruelly, the king had eliminated any accusations they might have levelled against him. By himself refusing to acknowledge her or the boy, he had left no room for controversy. By law, the court then had to abide by his decision and ignore the woman and her son. It was an unfortunate missed opportunity.

Now, the soldiers moved forward again, this time authorized to haul the woman and boy out of court and out of the city, never to be seen again. Even they moved slowly, faces revealing mixed emotions. This was not some hardened criminal threatening the king. A brahmin woman of such high birth, with such obviously austere upbringing, she was a person to be respected, admired, not apprehended and exiled. But they had their dharma to fulfill. And so they moved closer, blocking her way to the king in case she should attempt something untoward.

 

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Author:ASHOK BANKER [BANKER, ASHOK] , Date: June 7, 2019

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Author:ASHOK BANKER [BANKER, ASHOK]

Language: eng

Format: epub

Tags: Fiction

Published: 2016-08-14T21:00:00+00:00
||SIX||

At this terrible pronouncement, even the collective emotions of the sabha hall seemed to turn towards sympathy for the ascetic woman with the young boy. Even Dushyanta’s fiercest political opponents within the court smiled thinly, inwardly cursing the king’s clarity of purpose. They had been hoping beyond hope that he would have relented and acknowledged the woman, for it was clear that there had been some relationship between them at some time. Ascetics as high-minded as she did not make such claims lightly. Rishi Kanva was a legendary if obscure brahmin. Nobody from his ashram would lie outright, that too on such a royal scale. Probably the king had indeed encountered the woman during one of his many hunting expeditions. There had even been one famous such expedition nine years ago, where he had gone missing for several fortnights. Everyone recalled it well because it was that absence that had fuelled the crisis in the administrative scene, and changed the landscape of Hastinapura’s politics. It was also notable because ever since that day, the king had never once ventured away from the capital for more than a few days, no more than a fortnight, and only in the rarest of emergencies. His iron hand and constant presence here had been the very reason why they were unable to work their machinations and pursue their own agenda as forcefully as before. So the more the woman had argued, her passion and intensity – and her painful sincerity, above all – had won their minds over, making everyone believe that there was some truth to what she claimed, if not the whole truth. The setting was ripe for a controversy. But by denying her so brusquely and cruelly, the king had eliminated any accusations they might have levelled against him. By himself refusing to acknowledge her or the boy, he had left no room for controversy. By law, the court then had to abide by his decision and ignore the woman and her son. It was an unfortunate missed opportunity.

Now, the soldiers moved forward again, this time authorized to haul the woman and boy out of court and out of the city, never to be seen again. Even they moved slowly, faces revealing mixed emotions. This was not some hardened criminal threatening the king. A brahmin woman of such high birth, with such obviously austere upbringing, she was a person to be respected, admired, not apprehended and exiled. But they had their dharma to fulfill. And so they moved closer, blocking her way to the king in case she should attempt something untoward.

‘Is this your dharma?’ she asked. Her voice was clearly audible in the hushed hall. Everyone was listening with rapt attention, aware that the unexpected drama was almost at an end. Many were openly shocked at Raja Dushyanta’s final words and the uncompromising harshness he had displayed. It was evidence of how much he had changed in these past nine years. No more the playful king who cavorted with concubines

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