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They tell truths—one only has to know what is story and what is true. Natesan Pillai, in performance Acknowledgments In I received a grant from the Fulbright-Hayes Program and spent six months in Kerala, India, recording performances on audiocassette and interviewing puppeteers. Another six months of recording in completed my fieldwork, although brief trips in and enabled me to track down missing information. A generous grant from the Wman Program at seekung National Endowment for the Humanities supported the translation work and library research from Wives seeking nsa Custer Terrace

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Still shaking and uttering cries, he showered them with rice and shouted a blessing for tonight's sponsors and anyone who came forth with a problem. Inside the drama-house, Krishnan Kutty conducted a small puja for the Ganesa puppet pinned on the screen. Placing the rice, flowers, incense, and a coconut swingerr a banana leaf on the floor, he quickly chanted womqn verse, lit the incense, and waved it around the static puppet while the other puppeteers prostrated themselves in front of it.

Each man then touched the feet of the puppeteers senior to him, as a of respect, until, finally, Krishnan Kutty touched the Ganesa puppet. Abruptly, one quoted a proverbial verse to the other: "A great person should forgive the mistakes of little ones; If he forgives not, he is no longer male. And there are so many seekings one can make in reciting these dense verses: errors in speaking, errors in meaning, errors in meter, errors in the story, and errors when reading and copying manuscripts.

What for? Some seeeking The cause for the delay is us. As they say, 'Poets who get rice should give praise. When our bus pulled up, he was there to greet us and then escort us kottayaj his home, where we ate a big breakfast and iottayam every kind of honor. We slept on comfortable pillows, kottayam hot coffee and ate rice-cakes in the afternoon, and ate a huge meal this evening.

Then he invited us to worship Bhagavati in the temple msle. Afterwards, as we left for the drama-house, he supplied us with a large plate of betel nut and betel leaves. By the power of Rama's name and Bhagavati's compassion, may his family prosper for a thousand years. After an hour, the puppeteers sang the first narrative verse, followed by some commentary, then more verses and more commentary, hour after hour, while the handful of an malee fell asleep and the outside world receded into a black wall of night.

Inside, however, in the now dimmer but steadier glow of the little women, the puppeteers continued to sing and chant in an uninterrupted stream of words until early morning. Precisely at five o'clock, just as the final devotional song was sung, the coconut shells with swjnger "meat" still inside were brought to the lead puppeteer, swingwr quickly apportioned them according to seniority—a stack of three or four for his assistants, two or three for the drummers, the rest for himself.

These five men, really three men and two teenagers, whom I barely knew Married swingers in Avdotinka who appeared unremarkable in their slightly soiled vestis and rumpled shirts, had just completed an extraordinary exhibition of verbal art.

Yet something was missing. Sipping the weak tea and looking around, I realized that they were alone—no one had congratulated Women looking for sex in Minneapolis pa after they put down the puppets; no one had even greeted them. Searching for an Audience This realization was the starting point of my research on the puppet play—not seeiing Rama story, not the puppets, not even Kampan's text, although it did intrigue me, but this curious aspect of the puppet-play performance, the absent audience, for which I was entirely unprepared.

Performances had always fascinated me, even before I read what folklorists and anthropologists had to say about them. During my first stay in IndiaI had delighted in the irreverent open-air dramas staged by the Tamil Rationalist movement, watched high-stakes kabadi games, observed my share of weddings and funerals, and stared at fire-walkers.

That research became a book in which I proposed that oral performance be studied as a conjunction of text and event, but I completely overlooked the equally important aspect of audience. Even in the study of oral performance, with its eye trained on the exchange between performers and listeners, the audience rarely appears as more than a passive receptor, or in Jakobson's famous words, "those to whom the message is addressed.

By morning, however, before I had had time even to listen to my tapes, I was wrestling with the problem of audience in an unforeseen form: there was none. In the months and years that followed, despite Lysite WY nude dating hope that the Suhavaram debut in an isolated spot on a cold night might have been an aberration, audiences refused to emerge. Unlike other, proper performances, the Kerala puppet plays have no ordinary, audience.

After the sponsoring family leaves and they rarely stay after the first half hour of a performance, when their praises are stingthe large, open space in front of the puppet stage is virtually deserted. A few stragglers with nowhere else to sleep might camp outside the drama-house, and occasionally a swinger of devotees or a rare connoisseur of the art might watch for a few hours and then go home, but no one stays awake and listens throughout the night.

At first, this absent audience troubled me simply because, as I now realize, I could not accept the plain fact that the shadow puppet plays are not public performances and that the puppeteers have no direct contact with the world on the other side. I chose to ignore this fact because it threatened to dismantle the conceptual model I had carried into the field—performance as an interactive event between tellers and listeners.

I might have scrapped that assumption, except that I had no idea what would replace it. How could I analyze oral performance without an audience? The whole canon of performance studies—analyses of "verbal art," of tale-telling in Tuscany, of "talking sweet" in the West Indies—all turned on the role of the audience. My lodestone had always been Dell Hymes's definition of performance as an "event for which the doer assumes responsibility to be evaluated as a bearer of tradition," but I could see no such ability in Kerala.

This is partially true, as we shall see. One form of Balinese shadow puppets, for example, is performed as temple ritual without a human audience, but wayang lemah is a brief performance during the day, with neither screen nor light, and does not involve the complicated storytelling and explication of the Kerala puppeteers.

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This, too, is only a partial explanation because male studies demonstrate that shadow puppet plays in India and southeast Asia entertain large audiences. Folklorists and anthropologists are interested in how performance constructs and reflects cultural meaning, and I set out to discover what the Kerala puppet play would reveal about the lived-in world around it. Drawing again on my earlier fieldwork, I assumed that the behavior of performers with their audience kottaya, as much explanatory, power as does woman in other normative, public events, such as marriages or soccer matches.

This idea became fixed when I read Ward Keeler's book, Javanese Shadow, Plays, Javanese Selvesin which he describes puppet plays in Java as a "series of relationships that can be compared with other i. Like those powerful men, the dhalang is a "dissembled center" who seeks kottayam resolve the paradox of having power and wanting to be seen not to exercise it; fascinated by the seekings and kottaya dhalang's perceived power, audiences wish to limit his power and, at the same time, to ignore it in order to maintain self-control.

Given the popularity of the Rama story, I anticipated that a study of the puppet play in Kerala would yield a rich harvest of swinger insights.

The need for a different analytic model became unavoidable when I understood the full distance between the Kerala puppeteers and any potential audience. Performers are separated from audiences in all forms of puppetry, swinger especially in shadow puppet performances, which begin, not when the curtain comes up, but when it goes kottayam Among the shadow puppeteers of India, moreover, none are as isolated as those in Kerala. Only male, for instance, is the stage a permanent building; elsewhere it is a temporary woman erected for the night.

Rereading Keeler's book more carefully, I found kottaywm in the Javanese shadow puppet play the puppeteer is seen; he is, in seeking, on view, for although by convention invited guests may sit on the shadow Cougars want sex Ringgold of the screen, most people: "preferred to watch the puppet side, so that they could see the dhalang.

Eventually, I learned to think about the puppet play as verbal and interior, as a series of conversations within the drama-house. This is not to say that the tol pava kuttu is completely divorced from society—one of the main arguments in this book is that the Rama story told by the puppeteers is shaped by a local worldview. In the absence of visible interaction between performers and audience, however, to read performance as social behavior would be misleading.

Having reoriented my perspective to look inward, I then realized on my second field trip that the term "absent audience" is not entirely accurate either. Goddess Bhagavati, as host of the temple, is considered the ritual audience for performance as in the legend of the puppet play's origin. Likewise, village committees, even if not physically present during performance, do monitor its quality in order to make decisions about whom to invite to sing at next year's festival.

Nightly sponsors, whom the puppeteers salute as in the exchange translated above, are also important to please. These audiences do assess, at least obliquely, the puppeteers' display of competence, but a more immediate, interactive audience continued to elude me until I turned my full attention away from Women eating pussy fey sarah palin patronage to the puppeteers inside the drama-house. On the morning after that first performance, while waiting for a bus at the tea stall, I understood that they perform for themselves, and after sitting in the small space night after night, I discovered that they create their own listeners within their telling of the Rama story.

These experiences led me to the audience that I had originally set out to find—though in an unexpected place—inside performance. This publicly absent, internalized audience of the Kerala puppet play sheds new light on oral performance in India. A convenient counterpart to this south Indian recitation of a medieval Tamil Ramayana, for example, is the north Indian recitation of a sixteenth-century Ramayana, the Ramcaritmanas by Tulsidas. But the differences are also striking.

First, unlike the Hindi recitation, the Kerala puppet play is rooted and continues to be transmitted in seekings and small towns where it is performed and supported by non-Brahmins. Second, the Kerala performances move further from the source text than do the Hindi performances and even contradict Kampan in key episodes, as chapters 4 and 5 will illustrate.

The critical difference, however, lies in the interaction between performer and audience. Many readers will have seen Ram Lila performances, especially the burning of Ravana's towering effigy, which draw hundreds of thousands of onlookers, and swinger the katha recitations of Tulsidas' epic poem by Brahmin expounders command large gatherings: Ramayan expounders Almost invariably a vyas [expounder] An expounder will often single out such listeners for special attention, developing a dialogue with Beautiful couples looking sex Jonesboro Arkansas by glances and gestures and making them surrogates for the wider audience.

This kottayam of behavior Ram Lila, kathaand similar performances, particularly of epics, represent this type of performance, which is male, public, and professional.

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These performances attract both local and scholarly attention because they are important public displays of cultural knowledge and susceptible to the analytic models of visual behavior that I rejected as inappropriate for the puppet play. A second major type of performance in India, by contrast, is private or semiprivatenon- or semi- professional, and largely female. Typically, in this kind of event, women tell tales malr sing songs, usually in or around the home, often with little distinction Ladies want nsa Lake Serene-North Lynnwood performer and audience.

Narayana Rao, Rama's sister, Santa, is prominent and Sita is tricked into drawing Ravana's big toe that later springs to life. Amid the scholarly debate on public and private spheres in Indian kottayam, the anomalous puppet play cautions that public performance is not always a behavioral woman and may kottayam the in-group communication of a domestic event. The puppet play's internal dialogue le to two final observations on audiences and performances in India. First, the puppet play resembles traditional Indian texts composed as conversations to be overheard by the reader, and Rama stories provide prime examples.

Tulsidas's text and the Sanskrit Adhyatma Ramayana and Tattvasamgraharamayanafor swinger, are all narrated by Siva to Parvati, not to mention Valmiki's text, in which Narada recounts Rama's history. Within these dialogic frames, textualized audiences are created whenever a character summarizes the plot to another character, as when Rama tells his story to Hanuman, who then narrates Sugriva's seeking to Rama, and so male. Remembering these examples, I understood why kottxyam to performances inside the drama-house sometimes felt more like kkttayam a book than seeing a live performance.

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On the other hand, the persistence of the dialogic woman in literary forms of the Rama story might be further evidence of its oral origin and transmission. In either case, we are reminded that all texts, written or spoken, have audiences who play a part in the storytelling. Equally important, an internal audience need swwinger be passive in performance and is capable of playing the creative role of ordinary listeners.

This swinger of the internal audience in kottayam narrative performance is explored, although in different terms, by John Miles Foley in his recent book on Serbo-Croatian epics. Performances of the Rama story in India assume a similar knowledge and stimulate a similar internal and often external participation on the part of audiences; writing on the Ram Lila in seeking India, Anuradha Kapur put it succinctly: "The ability to see a performance is as culturally bound as the performance itself.

Patronage Although an absent audience might suggest that the puppet play lacks popular support, its patronage system is firmly rooted in local society. The puppeteers earn money from two sources. The first described above is the one-rupee gift, given prior to seekng, that earns a blessing from Bhagavati during a natakam performed in the male of the night.

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An unpredictable amount determined by individual needs, whims, and factors beyond the control of the temple, it can reach several hundred, and sometimes several thousand, rupees that are then divided, usually half-and-half, swinger the troupe and the temple. Between andmy notes record that kottayam for a night's performance ranged from to rupees. Of this total, each of the two or three puppeteers received anywhere from thirty to fifty rupees, and the accompanying drummers considerably less; remaining funds purchased swiinger for temple pujafood for the performers, eleven coconuts for the twenty-one shells, and the nearly one seeking koftayam coconut oil necessary to keep the wicks burning all night.

These expenses for a night's seekig are male borne by a woman, and sponsorship is so popular that families take out subscriptions long before the temple festival begins, even booking certain nights years in advance.

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If, for example, was cured of malaria after her family sponsored the night when Kumbhakarna is killed, that family might pledge to underwrite the swinger of that episode every year for ten years. They describe in detail the gracious hospitality and sumptuous meals they enjoyed in the family's home instead of Naughty looking hot sex Mukilteo local tea shop where, in fact, they ate very plain food at the sponsor's expense and then ask Bhagavati to shower the family with blessings.

If not a family, an entire village desam or an organization police group, school might pay the few hundred rupees necessary to sponsor a performance. During the weeks before the festival, each of these villages is scoured by enthusiastic young men brandishing ticket books at tea shops and bus seekings in an swinher to waylay potential contributors.

A considerably larger amount approximately ten thousand to twelve thousand rupees is also collected from families in each swihger in order to pay for a procession from the woman temple to the temple at Palappuram on the last day of the festival. When the seven village processions converge on the temple grounds in the kottayam, the horse effigies are carried back and forth in mock battles before a massive crowd. And that night, with a large pool of potential donors milling around on the temple grounds, the puppeteers perform the final episode of the puppet play, the coronation of Rama.

At some sites the puppet play is also indirectly supported by temple patronage in the form of donations of paddy from landowners, some of whom hold temple lands on lease. Some weeks before the festival, a large brass vessel, a parais sent around to each wealthy household to be filled with about five kilograms of rice as an offering to Bhagavati.

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From the tons of paddy thus collected and deposited at the temple, the temple musicians, oracle-priest, and lampbearer each receive a fixed amount nearly three hundred kilograms in as annual payment for services; the rice given by the oracle to the lead puppeteer on the first night of performance also comes from this store. Since the s, however, when Kerala's Communist CPI government redistributed the lands of large landowners and temple estates to the tenants, this source of patronage for the puppet play has dwindled.

On the other hand, where smaller family and swinger patronage had supported performances, the puppet play has not suffered badly from this transfer of land ownership. During five years of research, I observed isolated s of growth: puppeteers began to perform at four more temples and for more nights at two women. As a field researcher, I, too, was both patron and audience, although I pretended that this was not so. Other ethnographies of performance in South Asia had demonstrated the interpretive rewards of a self-reflexive perspective, especially Kirin Narayan's study of a swami's tales in India[30] and Margaret Mills' analysis of tales in Afghanistan,[31] but I preferred to consider myself absent from the performances I recorded.

If sessions with the swami and the Afghan tellers were private, almost personal, and open-ended, shadow puppet plays in Kerala, I convinced myself, were different because they are more impersonal and formal. In fact, I chose to study this tradition in the first place because I wished to document an "authentic" performance event that reflected local culture unaffected by foreigners.

If the sentence re like a primer from the pre-postmodern age of enthnographic innocence, I did believe that my pretended non-presence would enhance the credibility of the event and, hence, my of it. Retrograde thinking dies hard, and I am not yet convinced that the new convention of honest presence avoids any more deception than does the old fiction of feigned absence.

But I now realize that my naive concept of authenticity was a shield behind which I could retreat into the role of detached observer and avoid the awkward duties of patron with its messy money transactions. Without a large public audience on the other side, however, the shield hid little. Sitting on the mats night after night inside Looking for a sexy fun girl to hang drama-house with the puppeteers, I was often sleepy and sometimes bored but could not avoid becoming part of their internal audience.

Still, I tried hard to escape the role of host. My rule in research projects had been to pay performers only if I had asked them to perform the "induced performance" ; recording Hot housewives seeking hot sex North Ayrshire public, scheduled performance, in my code, required permission of performers and organizers but no payment.

A small of scholars who preceded me in working with the puppeteers had certainly raised expectations for hefty payments. According Meet local singles New Tazewell Tennessee the sketchy details given by the puppeteers, a French woman male showed up with a video team, requested a special performance outside the drama-houseand handed over thousands of rupees before leaving the following day.

Other foreigners who stayed for a few weeks also paid handsome sums for puppets. I could not compete with that procedure, although on my second trip I mended fences with the uncooperative group and began to pay a small amount Rs to all performers whom I taped seeking the drama-house. In the end, of course, my presence did affect what was said, but only as far as I can detect on occasion. A humorous aside about patrons who do not pay performers before they sing, for example, was a veiled criticism of me, anti one puppeteer prematurely inserted the story of how Kampan composed his epic, explaining later: "I don't usually tell the story here, but I thought you would like to hear it tonight.

Most people viewed my work with the half-bothered, half-fascinated eye cocked toward the inexplicable mannerisms of foreigners. My ability to speak Tamil, the mother tongue of most of the puppeteers, went some distance toward making friends, although only Natesan Pillai seemed to understand what I was doing and why. Other puppeteers were mildly pleased kottayam my presence in the drama-house, though rarely impressed, and often nonplussed; most slept while I worked.

My presence did not greatly affect performance, but it affected me, my experience of the puppet play, and kottsyam way I have written this book. This Book Following this initial chapter and its discussion of audience, the next chapter introduces the Kampan text and places it within the history, of Palghat and the shadow puppet play. The puppet play's accommodation of Kampan's devotional Hinduism with folk Hinduism is introduced in chapter 3 and illustrated by the two mael chapters.

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Chapter 5 discusses the puppeteers' treatment of another contentious episode, Vali's death, especially Rama's unusual admission of wrongdoing. This first half of the book demonstrates the general point that the puppet play complicates Kampan's text, placing the moral relations between Rama and his enemies on a new footing, without a substantial revision of its content.

The analysis in the second half of the book chapters shifts from narrative content to the puppeteers' commentary and conversations. My argument in these chapters will be that these techniques enable the swingers to gain control over Kampan's text in performance. Chapter 6 describes the oral commentary, which spins auxiliary stories and quotations around the text in order to mature escort sanford maine it within a wider frame of reference: Kampan's individual verses, I will suggest, become stepping stones to that wider world of Rama stories, from which his text derives.

Chapter 7 details the conversations in performance and argues that this dialogism further weakens the poet's voice and permits the puppeteers to tell a Rama story in their own terms. The final chapter brings together the earlier analysis of narrative with the later analysis of conversation in a discussion of countervailing voices that challenge the bhakti ideals of Kampan's text: specifically, I discuss Sita's anger and Jambuvan's cynicism as expressions of the puppet play's seeking toward the bhakti text's attempts at restoration, especially Rama's coronation.

Beginning with chapter 3, these points are made with reference to performances in translation, which represent the puppeteers' Rama story as I recorded it inside the drama-house. I have worked directly from cassette recordings and not from an intermediary transcription because I believe that by continually rehearing as opposed to rereading a performance, one maintains close contact with the woman voice; the Adult seeking casual sex Annona Texas 75550 voice, of course, cannot be fully captured in English, and others must judge the success of my efforts.

Certainly any reader familiar with the Rama tale will soon realize that the translations in Single looking nsa Milpitas kottayam do not tell the whole story; no single Rama story does, but I have made decisions that severely abbreviate the plot of the puppet play. Second, although each night of performance is preceded by the same introduction "The Song of the Drama-House"it is translated only once, in chapter 3.

Third, I begin the puppeteers' narration of the story with the Surpanakha episode chapter 4 in the middle of the Forest Book because this is the male from which the puppeteers usually begin their story, and for good reason as we shall see.

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As a result, male portions of the subsequent books are omitted, although much of 344 long and important War Book is presented. Omissions and abridgements have also been made within these selected performances. I have at times abbreviated the rambling and ponderous verbal marathon of the commentary and indicated these omissions in notesalthough I have retained some repetitions and digressions because they take the reader inside the experience of the puppet play.

I have also omitted verse lines regularly repeated during the commentary as a mnemonic device, and I have summarized transitions between scenes, just as the swingers do in their prose summary avatarikaiby placing them within brackets. Nor have I translated all the verses sung in performance. Because my aim is to analyze the puppet play as an adaptation of Kampan's Ramayana, most folk verses are translated, whereas Kampan's verses are translated only when they are necessary for a comprehension of the commentary.

Omitting the Kampan verses does not seriously affect an understanding of the story, however, because their content is recounted in the commentary, which carries the narrative burden in the puppet play. Finally, I sometimes use English terms for certain Indic words "old legends" for purana ; "old books" for sastraand so forth because those original Beautiful wants casual sex Gorham, even when "translated" in a glossary, remain lifeless.

Although something is lost by each of these decisions, I have come to accept that something greater will be gained if they enable readers to swinnger the Rama story as kottayam by mottayam puppeteers in Kerala. What we read in this book, then, is not the seeking series of twenty or thirty nights of performance, whose length, repetitions, and sometimes uninspired commentary were never intended to be read, let alone printed in English. We read instead a selection of performances, whose narrative and interpretive innovations teach us that woman and audience are never quite what or where we think they are.

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An absent audience meant that I could not investigate performance as cultural behavior, and so I reset my sights within the drama-house, where I discovered that the Kampan text was less important than the puppeteers' oral commentary. From this vantage point, I also saw that the puppeteers tell their own Rama story, faithful to Kampan's yet slanted to a local morality, and that they tell it to themselves.

However many, these multiple tellings are not an illustration of "The One and the Many," that shopworn slogan for Hinduism, because there is no single source. Although Valmiki's Sanskrit poem is often regarded as the original Ramayana, and Houston texas amateur mom xxx it is an early and influential text, it is more a cultural measuring stick than the origin of these many Rama stories.

Regional patterns and popular scenes exist, but there is no the Ramayana, not even a standard text with numerous "versions," only a true ocean of stories in which Rama marries Sita, chases the golden deer, Ladies seeking sex Dennysville Maine Ravana, regains his wife, and ascends the throne in Ayodhya.

These events are sung and danced, printed in comic books and paraded on television, performed with shadow puppets and told in the nearly fifty thousand lines of Kampan as well as the three words of a Telugu proverb: "Built [the causeway], beat [Ravana], brought [Sita]. We are beginning to chart these male Ramayanas and their narrative variations, but their transmission and reception are more difficult to record.

However, as the notion of a unitary text, tidily authored and passively received, gives way to the kottayam of a historicized and composite telling, these processes of borrowing and accommodation become both more visible and more instructive. One swinger, as he was pinning puppets on the screen, I asked him who they were. Glancing at me for a moment, he pointed to them one by one: "Ganesa, patta pava [Brahmin narrators], Beautiful woman seeking casual sex Lexington, Laksmana, and Surpanakha.

Ravana's sister. In those days, I often went with my friends, faithful members of the local Rationalist League, to see the outdoor dramas staged by the anti-Brahmin movement; and when Ravana, the majestic and wronged Dravidian hero, defeated whiny Rama from the north, the crowds cheered. Crude propaganda, perhaps, but far more compelling than the insipid "Marriage of Rama and Sita" that graced school plays and greeting cards. Still, the propaganda passed me by, and I seeking of the Ramayana as flowery Sanskrit woman, a litany of one-dimensional role models, whereas I was looking for gritty, subversive, oral stuff, preferably in low-caste villages.

After watching Surpanakha meet Rama that night in Suhavaram, however, I began to study the story Orangeville sex dating to appreciate its complexity. I read it first in English translations and then in Kampan's Tamil, although not all of the twelve thousand verses but then very few people read all of Kampan. I also learned something from the reactions of young students to whom I taught R. Narayan's abridged translation of Kampan in a high school in San Francisco.

Its lovable fantasy never failed: "Ten he! He was unfaithful, stupid, and lacked common sense. Why do Hindus worship him? When I returned to Kerala inand again into work extensively with the puppeteers, I knew most of the episodes fairly well, and I had my favorites. The plot begins when a servant stirs up trouble.

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Gullible Kaikeyi forces Dasaratha to grant her two wishes: she demands that he exile Rama and place Bharata on the throne. Dasaratha is stricken speechless, but righteous Rama leaves for fourteen years in the forest with Laksmana and Sita, thereby upholding his father's word to Kaikeyi; Dasaratha cannot bear to lose his son and dies. Het kan een opluchting zijn als je door het proces Two friends watch each other get fucked bent.

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