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Eklavya as a marginalized character

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Eklavya as a marginalized character

  1. 1.  Topic: Eklavya as a marginalized character  Name: Vaishali H Jasoliya  Class: M.A. Sem-1  Enrollment No: 14101019  Paper No: 4 The Neo-Classical Literature  Roll No. : 29  Email id: jasoliyavaishali@gmail.com  Year: 2014/15 Submitted To: Department of English M.K. Bhavnagar University
  2. 2.  T.P.Kailasam is remembered as the father of modern Kannada drama, the man of genius whose plays revolutionized the Kannada stage.  Kailasam focused tradition on contemporary social problems.  T.P.Kailasam tried to bring into limelight marginalized character such as Eklavya.
  3. 3.  Eklavya indicates the attitude of contempt of lower class or Bhal community .  Eklavya was the son of Hiranyadhanus, king of Nishadas.  Eklavya wants to learn archery to save animals but because of his lower class he suffers a lot.
  4. 4. •In the play , The Purpose T.P.kailasam describes the class conflict . •Eklavya belongs to lower class and Arjuna belongs to high class. •Being a high society , T.P.Kailasam describes the character of Arjuna as self-centered with jealousy. • Where as Eklavya as protrayed as humble and kind who has impersonal purpose to learn archery.
  5. 5.  Because of his caste and creed , he can’t get the equal right of getting education.  Because of Guru’s unjust he can’t get the position which he has capacity to get. That describes the class division by authorized person .
  6. 6. Comparison between the Mahabharata & The Purpose  In the Mahabharata we find the character of Arjuna in lime light. Where as in Purpose Eklavya is main hero . In Mahabharata only describes the story of the character but can’t concern with him what happen next to him.  The Mahabharata describes that, Eklavya made a clay image of Drona and began to worship it respectfully and practicing weapon in front of the image.
  7. 7. “ Thou hadst lovingly told me,……….., that no pupil of thine should be equal to me. Why then is there a pupil of thine, mighty son of the Nishadas king, superior to me? “
  8. 8. Thus, here in the play of Purpose T.P.Kailasam highlight the character of Eklavya than the character of Arjuna.

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