EP - 4 King Dashratha Dies
King Dashratha became a shadow of his former self after Ram's departure. His heart was heavy with sorrow and he lost inte rest in life itself. His body grew feeble and his breathing laboured and faint as his life slowly ebbed away. The whole kingdom of Ayodhya was plunged into a state of mourning when King Dashratha died. Now, prince Bharat had been away during this time of turmoil and was unaware of these terrible developments in Ayodhya. He was summoned back to Ayodhya on his father's death. On his return, he was shocked by all that had taken place in his absence. He was furious with his mother and blamed her for King Dashratha's death and for banishing his two beloved brothers. He stated that he had no wish to be the ruler of Ayodhya. He believed that this was Ram's birthright that had been wrongfully denied to him. He announced that he would call Ram back from exile to reign in Ayodhya and go into exile for fourteen years himself. The evergreen masterpieces of Rishi Valmiki & Goswami Tulsidas inspired a galaxy of Poets like Pundit Maharaj Bahadur 'Burq', Munawwar Lakhnavi, Mehdi Nazmi, Jageshwar Nath Betab, Saghar Nizami, Shankar Dayal 'Farhat', Amaranth Sarshar & Braj Narain Chakbast etc who penned down hundreds of outstanding poems of stunning beauty. Playwright Danish Iqbal crafted this text to create a performance of stunning charm and rare enthusiasm and Fouzia has narrated Dastango style ! 'Dastan Apne Ram Ji Ki' is a lyrical rendition of the eternal epic, adapted from the classical renditions of the Holy Ramayana.
DASTAN APNE RAM JI KI
'Dastan Apne Ram Ji Ki' is a lyrical rendition of the eternal epic in Urdu, based on old classical renditions of Holy Ramayana. It is obvious that Lord Ram and the performance tradition of Ramayana transcen ... end both language and culture, and so we are pr