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Naganandhi leaves to take care of other matters at hand.

In Vatapi, Pulikesi raises a victory column claiming his victory against the Pallavas. Sivagami refuses to dance in front of the Persian emissaries in Pulakesi's court. But Pulakesi devises a devious way of making her dance by beating the captured Pallava citizens and stopping only when Sivagami dances.

Humiliated Sivagami vows that she would not leave Vatapi until Narasimhavarman burns it down and rescues her. She cites the vow as a reason and refuses to come with Narasimhavarman when he makes a secret visit to come and rescue her. The play beautifully depicts the eroding moral values during Pallava period in Tamil country. Part 4: The Shattered Dream[ edit ] Nine years pass. Mahendravarman has died, never recovering from the injury he sustained from the battle with Pulakeshin's army.

Narasimhavarman, now crowned King, is married to the Pandya princess, Vanamadevi. He continues his preparation for attacking Vatapi.

Meanwhile, the differences between the brothers Naganandhi and Pulikesi increases. Naganandhi believes that he should be ruling the country, something he forsook when he took up the Buddhist way of life.

He also hides from Pulakeshin the fact that the Pallava forces are on their way to attack Vatapi. What further adds to Nangandhi's anguish is the non-subjugation of Sivagami. Pulakeshin visits Ajanta to take part in a cultural festival and at that time Narasimhavarman reaches Vatapi.

The citizens of the fort offer to surrender. Meanwhile, a battle ensues between the returning Pulakeshin's army and the Pallava forces outside the Vatapi fort. Pulakeshin is killed in this battle but this information is not known to the Pallavas since the body is taken and cremated by Naganandhi.

Naganandhi returns to Vatapi as Pulakeshin through a secret tunnel and withdraws the surrender offer.

The novel climaxes with Naganandhi being allowed to escape by Paranjothi on the grounds that Paranjothi does not want to kill a Buddhist monk. Paranjothi feels disturbed with war and the cost that humans have to pay and announces that he taking the life of a Saivite and takes up the name Siruthondar.

Sivagami is united with her aging father. She is initially heart-broken on realising that Narasimhavarman is married to someone else, but later decides to dedicates herself to the God Shiva of Kanchi, Ekambareswarar. Mahendravarman Kalki portrays him as a connoisseur of arts. He is also someone who was well versed in disguising. Kalki also portrays him as a compassionate king who was easily accessible and who sought and got advice from his courtiers.

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Though he gets converted from being follower of Jainism to Shaivism he remains tolerant of other religions and respects their practices. Narasimhavarman Outshone by Mahendravarman in the first half of the book, Narasimhavarman takes a life of his own later on.

He is the prince who is mad in love with dancer, Sivagami. His love for Sivagami even makes him promise her that he would even relinquish his throne if there was precondition for marrying her.

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He is portrayed as an disobedient son who later cunningly deserts Sivagami and marries the Pandya princess to avoid any problems when he is planning attack on the Chalukyas. Pulakeshin II The Chalukya king is portrayed by Kalki as being ruthless and almost barbaric is due to his typical hypocritic nature and paints a false contrast between Mahendravarman and Pulakesi.

While the former's courtiers are shown as respecting the king for his wisdom and knowledge the latter's subjects fear his ruthlessness.

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While the Pallava king consults his ministers and acts on their advice the Chalukya king acts more on his whims while the reality is otherwise. Emperor Pulikesi's love for art and subjects' respect echoes from Kanchi to Vatabi to Ajantha to Narmadha as he was the Lord of South - Daksinapatheswara who became Parameswara after defeating the north indian king Harshavardana of Kannauj on the banks of Narmadha.

Naganandhi The fictional twin brother of Pulakesi would probably qualify as the villain of the novel.

He dons the role of a Buddhist monk and this provides him the license to move freely between the various kingdoms. He has an eye for the art and is also portrayed as a cunning statesman and spy. On more than one occasion he confesses that his love for Sivagami has more to do with her artistic abilities than her physical self.

Please click the links below to download the. Kalki Krishnamurthy, better known by his pen name Kalki, was a Tamil writer, journalist, poet, critic and Indian independence activist.

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Features Ponniyin Selvan. Kalki considered Alai Osai, which was serialised in Kalki in —49 and published as a book in, as his best.

The novel won him the Sahitya Akademi Award. Dear friend.Naganandhi tries to assassinate Narasimhavarman but is locked in a room in a temple by the quick wits of Gundodharan.

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He was so curious to know that secret that he was even ready to risk his life and escape from the Kanchi fort and wanted to talk with Pulakesi to get the information. Meanwhile, the differences between the brothers Naganandhi and Pulikesi increases.

Unknowst to them the flood actually results due to the breach of the bank of a lake by Naganandhi. But Paranjothi manages to escape from the prison with help from Naganandhi, the Buddhist monk who accompanied him to Kanchipuram.