Meanwhile Veer is really unwell and Gauri is worried about him. Instead, he purposefully abandons Shakuntala in the forest after impregnating her because he prioritizes his duties as king over his duty to protect his new wife.
Shakuntala stays in the palace with the royal family till she finds her mother. Dushyants friends make fun of her and taunt her about her mother. Parth reaches the palace and his shocked to know that Shakuntala has gone out on search of her mother.
Shakuntala and Parth move out of the ashram. Dushyant apologizes and introduces himself as senapati Aditya. Kalki follows Dushyant to the Ashram and gets into an argument with the ashramites.
Kalki is ecstatic as her mission is accomplished.
Dushyant is send to gurukul to learn the skills to be a perfect king. Shakuntala asks for forgiveness from Shatanand for misbehaving with Mritunjay.
Shatanand is about to catch Shakuntala and Dushyant but Shakuntala makes an excuse. He is impressed with veer and he asks him to be body guard for his sister Shakuntala on her way to ashram gets hurt while saving a kid from stampede. A repentant Dushyant wants to make it up to Shakuntala and decides to accompany her and Gauri for an archery competition to a nearby village.
While playing with her friends in the woods, she discovers a cave with images of mother and child. Kalki ponders over the question which would be asked at the swayamvar. Shakuntala is shocked to see Dushyant.
Dushyant tells his friends that Shakuntala likes him. Rishi Kanva leaves from the ashram. Parth feels guilty for lying to Rishi Kanva. Shatanand notices the lecherous eyes of Mritunjay for Shakuntala and hatches a plan with Gautami.
Mirtunjay wants to spend some time with Gauri and she avoids him.
Mritunjay has a lot of vengeance and anger on Dushyant. Shakuntala is touched by this. Kalki instigates Shakuntala about Dushyant. Senapati Aditya is still standing in the pond shivering. Shakuntala and Dushyant both miss seeing each other.
He was pursuing a male deer wounded by his weapon. Karan looks around for her but suddenly Shakuntala comes face to face with Mritunjay.Dushyanta and Shakuntala are the main characters of the play, but even though the play is named Shakuntala, one believes that the protagonist is in fact Dushyanta.
He is represented as a genuine king, all around nice man, longing for love. I have a project in our English class to make a character analysis and a summary of shakuntala.
For does who have read the shakuntala by kalidasa thoroughly, I am asking for your help to make this.
Shakuntala translated by Arthur W. Ryder In parentheses Publications Sanskrit Series Cambridge, Ontario DRAMATIS PERSONAE King Dushyanta. Bharata, nicknamed All-tamer, his son. Madhavya, a clown, his companion. His charioteer.
Raivataka, a door-keeper.
Bhadrasena, a general. In Hinduism Shakuntala (Sanskrit: Śakuntalā) is the wife of Dushyanta and the mother of Emperor Bharata. Her story is told in the Mahabharata and dramatized by many writers, the most famous adaption being Kalidasa 's play Abhijñānaśākuntala (The Sign of Children: Bharata.
story change but, more pertinently, the character of Shakuntala is a contrast to the woman portrayed in the epic. There is a resistance as if to the epic version through the presentation of modern times and the Shakuntala of the epic is seen to be marginalized.
As Thapar writes, “ in Kalidas’s version we. May 31, · U will find every Character Sketch related to the show here along with weekly short update of Shakuntala here from the beginning, a help for all the new members joining us.Download