It is the story of two politicians whose love affair made ancient headlines and whose story was inscribed into the tablets that tell the tale of how the unrequited love for power led to tremendous misfortune.
In the context of consciousness, Ketu reveals a certain unlived aspect that was so strong that it felt the need to materialise in someway.
When whole clans, communities and countries begin to feel these emotions--war is born. Did our ancestors make the right decision to wage war?
The word rebel usually has a negative connotation, but I love rebels.
As an astrologer myself, I was curious about the development of Rahu’s character in the book. I waited impatiently for him to appear. I was not disappointed. He enters with a flourish, making his appearance as a magnificent Red Dragon. He wears the disdain of the rest of the planets as lightly as an ornament on his costume.
In the epic, there are oodles of miraculous narratives revolving around the birth of Karna that leave us spellbound. Every birth in this universe is guided by inexplicable cosmic forces without an ounce of human interference. These cosmic forces carry the weight that decides the fate of every child. Without any known merits, some of us get access to a plethora of privileges right from birth whereas some of us struggle for even the basic necessities.
When our life is laid down in front of our eyes, one choice after the other, it all comes down to one question - did we really lead our own life by our own rules or were our decisions just results of already decided consequences which leave us with no choice?