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Shelves: non-fiction , politics-society , indian , history , philosophy , hindi There's a lot of good sensible stuff in the book. The author talks about how the Southern Indian people, or the Dravidian people as he calls them, have been portrayed negatively in the Ramayan. Most of the people of South India and especially Sri Lanka have been portrayed as sub-human monsters Rakhshas and Asur. Even those who helped Ram and Sita are portrayed as monkeys Hanuman, Angad etc , vultures Jatayu or other animals. He also analyses the traditions and relgious rituals depicted in th There's a lot of good sensible stuff in the book. He also analyses the traditions and relgious rituals depicted in the book and questions their morality.
They expose the flaws in the character of Ram and bring to the fore the injustices and atrocities he had perpetrated. One such book is Sachhi Ramayana , which was banned temporarily by the Allahabad High Court on 14 December for not peddling the popular image of Ram. Ramasamy Periyar wrote the book in question. He was a tireless freedom fighter, staunch atheist, brilliant socialist thinker, great advocate of prohibition and revolutionary social reformer.
All his life, he tenaciously fought against untouchability, feudalism, usury, discrimination against women and imperialistic expansion of the Hindi language. He was the unchallenged leader of the Dravidian people and an unparalleled exponent of rationalism and logic in the region south of the Vindhyas.
No one can possibly have any objection to him being described as the Ambedkar of the South. In , he launched a newspaper called Kudiyarasu Republic in Tamil. In , he brought together all non-Brahmin parties under the umbrella of Dravidar Kazhagam and continued to work dedicatedly for social reforms till his last breath.
His contention was that the epic gave undue importance to the Indian Aryan castes and humiliated the south Indian Dravidians by portraying them as cruel and violent oppressors.
The book was translated into English and was published under the title The Ramayana: A True Reading in This English version was rendered into Hindi in and titled Ramayan: Ek Adhyayan. All the three versions were well received as they introduced the readers to the aspects of the characters whom they deified that were hitherto not only unknown to them but were forbidden from even thinking about them.
It should be noted that these books, while exposing the human weaknesses of the heroes of Ramayana , did not generate any kind of resentment or anger among the people. On the contrary, the people could now relate more easily to their idols, knowing that their idols were just ordinary human beings. This critique also made them sympathetic towards the plight of the characters that were the victims of oppression and injustice. But the books, especially the Hindi translation, became an irritant to those who had made vending Ramkatha their business.
If Ram becomes an ordinary human, he loses the power to free you from your miseries. Once that happens, who will listen to the Ramkatha and how will they earn their livelihood! That was why the court was told that the book hurt the sentiments of crores of Ram bhakts and should be banned.
And banned it was. What should be noted is that this book was written originally in Tamil and its objective was to show to the Tamil-speaking Dravidians that the Ramayana — by portraying north Indian Aryans Ram, Sita, Laxman, etc as noble characters and south Indian Dravidians Ravan, Kumbkaran, Shurpnakha, etc as despicable creatures — insulted the Tamils.
The objective of the writer may have been to present the injustices done to his community rather than deliberately hurt the sentiments of the Hindus. This cannot be considered unconstitutional. The writer has used his constitutional right to freedom of expression, just as the lovers of Ramkatha have been using theirs in presenting Aryans as superior.
Given this logic, tomorrow Dalit literature, which openly puts the savarna people in the dock for their inhuman behaviour with Dalits, can be banned. It has now been almost 50 years since this book was published in Tamil and three decades since its publication in Hindi and English. It has not evoked violent reaction anywhere. Then, why has the book suddenly become a threat to the Hindu community?
What has changed? How is it possible that the Constitution gives people the right to freedom of religion but circumscribes their right to read about their religion? Will it be just if people are allowed to read the Ramayana and the Mahabharata but are barred from reading the critiques of these books? As for popular sentiments, should we care about the sentiments of only a particular section of society? Another Ramayana was published in south India in August Like other kings, Ram too harboured expansionist ambitions, exploited his subjects and was ready to do anything that served his interests.
But here, we seek to view Ramayana from the perspective of Periyar. Many things in the Ramayana defy logic. For instance, it says that despite having lived for 60, years, Dasharath could not free himself from sexual desires. It also hints that Dasharath had more than three wives.
Periyar uses these quotations to contend that Dasharath was an amorous person and also that at that time, women were just objects of carnal pleasure. Dasharath did not love any of his wives — for, if he did, he would not have felt the need for other women. Kaikeyi had married him on the condition that her son would be made heir to the throne. Clearly, it was wrong on his part to hand the throne to Ram in violation of this condition.
Ram also knew that Bharat, not him, was the true heir to the throne but despite that, he agreed to be anointed. This, Periyar argues, proves that Ram was power-hungry.
Periyar says that such slavish behaviour does not befit a king. He charges Dasharath with going back on his promise and with having been blinded by his love for Ram.
But here, we seek to view Ramayana from the perspective of Periyar. Many things in the Ramayana defy logic. For instance, it says that despite having lived for 60, years, Dasharath could not free himself from sexual desires.
It also hints that Dasharath had more than three wives. Periyar uses these quotations to contend that Dasharath was an amorous person and also that at that time, women were just objects of carnal pleasure. Dasharath did not love any of his wives — for, if he did, he would not have felt the need for other women. Kaikeyi had married him on the condition that her son would be made heir to the throne. Clearly, it was wrong on his part to hand the throne to Ram in violation of this condition.
Ram also knew that Bharat, not him, was the true heir to the throne but despite that, he agreed to be anointed. This, Periyar argues, proves that Ram was power-hungry. Periyar says that such slavish behaviour does not befit a king. He charges Dasharath with going back on his promise and with having been blinded by his love for Ram.
As for Ram, Periyar says, he was cunning, both in word and deed. He says that if Ravan had these vices, so did Ram; then, how Ram could be good and Ravan bad. Periyar observes that the shrewd Brahmins gave the status of god to a dishonest, cowardly, incompetent and characterless person and now they expect us to worship him. He says that even Valmiki believed that Ram was not god and that there was nothing divine about him. But the Ramayana opens with the statement that Ram had elements of Vishnu in him.
Ram performs many superhuman feats including freeing others from curses and having a dialogue with divine forces. Does this not show that he was equipped with superhuman powers?
As they did not get adequate respect and love from Dasharath, Sumitra and Kaushalya did not look after him. How careless they were in looking after their husband.
He says that even Valmiki praises Ravan and accepts that he had ten great virtues. Valmiki says that Ravan was a great scholar, a formidable warrior and a handsome man. He was compassionate, ascetic and magnanimous.
Ravan is blamed for abducting Sita but according to Periyar, Sita went away with him of her own volition. Periyar does not have a word of praise for Sita. He gives the following ten arguments to prove that Sita was, in no way, an ideal woman. Sita was the abandoned daughter of some unwed mother. The daughter of a woman of loose morals is likely to be wanting in character. He shared his anguish with Rishi Vishwamitra and sought his help.
Then Vishwamitra took Ram — who was much younger to Sita — to Janak and Sita had no objection to marrying him.
This proves that Sita was so dejected that she was ready to accept anyone as her husband. When Ram decided to go into exile, Sita refused pointblank to stay back in Ayodhya. The reason was that shortly after her marriage to Ram, Bharat had started humiliating Sita. What can I do?
He does not like me. How can I live with him? After all, why Bharat had taken a dislike to Sita? The obvious answer is that he suspected her character. Sita was crazy about ornaments and diamonds. When Ram is about to leave for the forests with her, he asks her to take off all her ornaments. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5.
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