Beware the skies.
Rama and Sugriva lead the Vanara closer and closer to and increasingly desperate RAVANA. But fortunately for the King his immediate family are close and willing to engage those interlopers who dare distract him from his marriage.Read More
The violence continues unabated throughout the city of Lanka as the Vanara and the mIlitary clash.
It seems that the Vanara have the upper hand in ferocity as the soldiers break ranks under duress and rumours of a lone Vanara attacking retreating conscripts who refuse to shoot on sympathetic monks and ascetics helping the wounded.
This drives KING RAVANA to look out from his Palace at the encroaching violence in his City and plead to the gods for help even though they have sworn not,to intervene.
Fortunately his heir PRINCE INDRAJIT hears his father's calls and gathers his flying brigades of attack helicopters; the sky is one place that RAVANA still controls.Read More
Inspiration #019 Joseph Campbells Heroes Journey and Monomyth
More discussion of how this applies to myths is included in the Crash Course Mythology segment The Hero's Journey and the Monomyth: Crash Course World Mythology #25
43. Unusual Tourist Tat
The dust settles on the remnants of KUMBHAKARNA. RAMA and LAKSMAN discover that the metal monster has been brought down by the leader of the Vanara: SUGRIVA, who has rallied his Vanara brethren and begun a final attack on the demoralised and broken military.
But it is SITA who is discovered to be the one who has been helping the Vanara and her friends from the heart of Lanka Palace.Read More
A strange shadow stalks the streets of Lanka, a deathly shade of a terrifying Vanara which is taking down battalions all by himself, but in the meantime the troops of his majesty King Ravana have the to repel the emboldened Vanara who no longer want to talk, but are baying for Raksasa blood.Read More
Audio fans are in for a. real treat as Salman Rushdies Booker of Booker winning novel Midnights Children has been adapted by the BBC as apart of the Indian Subcontinents Partition that happen 70 years ago this week.Read More