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Ramayana, all other potential book proposals hit the back burner. I was hooked on this epic . that Ravana's plan had a divine loophole: Ravana only asked. Ramayana Divine Loophole by Patel, Sanjay. Published by Chronicle Don't have a Kindle? Get your Kindle here, or download a FREE Kindle Reading App. Ramayana book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Artist and veteran Pixar animator Sanjay Patel lends a lush, whimsical il. .


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Ravana does steal Sita and the chariot flies her away screaming the God Jatayu in the form of an eagle tries to save Sita and Ravana chops off his wing and flies away.

When Rama and Lakshman return Sita is gone and Jatayu is dead—the brothers go off to find her and encounter animals of the forest a white monkey, brown monkey and a bear that hear their story and agree to include their families and help them find Sita.

The animals try to find her but it is the white monkey who has the power hidden inside him to find her; the white monkey locates Sita and renews her hope for freedom. With his ten heads and fearsome armor he is able to kill thousands and then set his sights on Lakshman and hit him with an arrow.

As Lakshman lay dying the white monkey is summoned to dispatched to find a life saving plant in the mountains and he returns with the entire mountain and Lakshman is revived. Growing impatient Ravana decides to fight Rama one on one and it is epic. Ravana unleashes his most powerful weapon which is able to harness the fire of Shiva, a fire that could burn up the universe and at the same time Rama uses his magic bow and arrow to transform to the brahmastra or a divine power to end all of creation made by Brahma..

Upon reflection Rama realizes he knows the most vulnerable part of Ravana which is his bellybutton.. With Ravana gone Rama and Sita are reunited—though Rama is cold to her because she spent so long with Ravana. And one of the things I've developed at Pixar is making appealing and arresting imagery.

And so when I started reading the Ramayana, I thought there was true substance. And if you don't want the substance, you could get a plot summary and still be engaged. And so I thought of making this as sharp and graphic and dynamic as possible and looked at many different designers and aesthetics.

And even if you were to just look at the image and read the header, hopefully, you would have a little bit more of a clue about the story and move on from there if you were totally arrested.

Ultimately, I did something that Brad Bird recommended: I worked with Brad on The Incredibles and was given a sequence to storyboard -- that moment in the jungle where the family is reunited after being separated; and it's the first time you see the family working together. And Brad had written it very loosely and I came up with all these ideas and Brad looked at them and his reaction was: "These are all great ideas, but if we were to use all of them, you'd load down the audience with a big meal.

Ramayana: Divine Loophole

What we want it to feel like is a small appetizer with all of these small sequences adding up to a full meal.

BD: So, what was your approach? SP: At first I spent a year-and-a-half trying to make it cute, with flat horizontal lines, small characters doing cute things with violent things happening around them.

Then I tried to make it a little more dramatic, which felt too serious and boring, and then I got really inspired by Genndy Tartakovsky's Samurai Jack.

I will say that Genndy and his crew went to CalArts and there's a house style that comes out of CalArts and I was cut from that cloth. So by the third year I found something in between, which developed into a certain proportion, a certain look.

And I was also inspired by Charley Harper, who is the mid-century modernist painter.

He has a very graphic sensibility and I was very smitten by his work, and so there's a lot of Charley Harper in the work as well. Sita doesn't sing the blues in this simple yet dynamic illustrated version. BD: And you had all of those bold colors to use, especially the blue, yellow, orange and purple. SP: I was absolutely inspired by the material, which calls for certain characters to be depicted by certain colors.

The Blue Prince The story starts with a ten-headed scholar who studies and meditate for years to be granted a wish and after nine thousand years and his sacrifice of one head for each year-- the scholar is down to his last head when the god of creation Brahma grants his wish: Vishnu decided to reincarnate himself as a human to defeat Ravana, a human known as Rama the blue warrior.

Vishnu as the human Rama is a prince with three brothers and one Lakshman who he was very close to and was prophesized by an old sage to be the duo to have a special mission.

Rama, Sita and Lakshman leave the kingdom to live in the jungle and his father feeling his guilt dies soon after. Act Two: Jungle Drama The three exiled princes and princess roam the jungle and come upon kindly monks praying who tell them their forest is inhabited by demons they are powerless against. Lakshman and Rama vow to protect them and in return are given gifts: Soorpanaka turned into a beautiful maiden to tempt Rama and as she was dancing to seduce him Sita walks up and the demon vows to kill her.

With a missing nose and injured pride Soorpanaka returns to her brother Ravana and demands justice as it would only be a matter of time before he comes to kill them. Ravana agrees and arms Soorpanaka with thousands of demon soldiers to go after Rama. Hearing about the demon army coming for him Rama hides Sita in a cave guarded by Lakshman and alone Rama fights the army with his bow and enchanted arrow and he wins.

Meanwhile in the jungle Sita spots a golden deer she has never seen before and begs Rama to catch it for her.. Ravana does steal Sita and the chariot flies her away screaming the God Jatayu in the form of an eagle tries to save Sita and Ravana chops off his wing and flies away.

When Rama and Lakshman return Sita is gone and Jatayu is dead—the brothers go off to find her and encounter animals of the forest a white monkey, brown monkey and a bear that hear their story and agree to include their families and help them find Sita.

Ramayana Divine Loophole PDF

The animals try to find her but it is the white monkey who has the power hidden inside him to find her; the white monkey locates Sita and renews her hope for freedom. Act Three: With his ten heads and fearsome armor he is able to kill thousands and then set his sights on Lakshman and hit him with an arrow. As Lakshman lay dying the white monkey is summoned to dispatched to find a life saving plant in the mountains and he returns with the entire mountain and Lakshman is revived.

Growing impatient Ravana decides to fight Rama one on one and it is epic. Ravana unleashes his most powerful weapon which is able to harness the fire of Shiva, a fire that could burn up the universe and at the same time Rama uses his magic bow and arrow to transform to the brahmastra or a divine power to end all of creation made by Brahma.. Upon reflection Rama realizes he knows the most vulnerable part of Ravana which is his bellybutton..

With Ravana gone Rama and Sita are reunited—though Rama is cold to her because she spent so long with Ravana. Sita tries to quell his jealousy by walking in flame and if she was innocent as she claimed come out unscathed. As Sita stands in the flames she is unharmed and the god of fire Agni appears and declares Sita untouched and perfect delighting Rama and uniting the lovers once again.

As all this was going on the fourteen year exile has ended and the trio are on their way home with their animal friends to reclaim their throne which has been empty with his sandals in his place. He comes home and puts his shoes on, his two other brothers return and Rama and Sita rule long and happily as King and Queen. I liked this story a lot—it was complex but entertaining and the illustrations really draw you in and engage you with the colors.. As detailed as the story is there is also brief profiles of each of the Gods of Hindu and I was so glad to learn more of their holy trinity Vishnu, Brahma and Shiva..

Jan 08, Sreejith Panicker rated it it was amazing.

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Simply " Maza aa gaya.. Mar 03, Vincent Desjardins rated it it was amazing Shelves: The only familiarity I had with the Ramayana prior to reading this book was the names of some of the gods -Vishnu and Brahma and a few of the other characters, Sita and Hanuman, but I had no idea what their story was or how they related to one another. This is an epic tale and from what I gather from the introduction, the author of this version, Sanjay Patel, has streamlined the story.

I have no idea what he's left out, but what he's left in makes a fun and exciting read. The author's great achi The only familiarity I had with the Ramayana prior to reading this book was the names of some of the gods -Vishnu and Brahma and a few of the other characters, Sita and Hanuman, but I had no idea what their story was or how they related to one another.

The author's great achievement is not his condensation of the story but his incredible illustrations, over of them that he has created to accompany his retelling of the Ramayana. Patel has a great eye for color and composition and it comes as no surprise that he has worked on some of Pixar studios wonderful films.

Ramayana: Divine Loophole

His talent is impressive and at times his work reminded me not of the Pixar films but another great example of animated storytelling - the wonderful series "Samurai Jack. I bought this book on a whim, after only seeing a few examples of the art, I'm glad I did. I know I'll be looking at it over and over, especially whenever I feel the need for a dose of artistic inspiration.

Feb 07, Denar rated it really liked it Shelves: This is a great illustrated book on the Ramayana. I learned why they celebrate Diwali in India. Feb 17, Maggie rated it it was amazing. Oh my Gosh! Talk about the most breathtaking graphic novel -- the images and the story here are so beautiful.

What a painless way to learn about and appreciate a religious text. Patel has a nice sense of pacing and humor. I only wish the story was more fleshed out and detailed!

Jul 31, Wendy rated it it was amazing. This is spectacular. Engaging summary of some epic Hindu mythology, with really great illustrations. The author didn't pretend to anything more, and his hope that this book would be a good entry point to a more intensive study of Hindu myths is spot on -- I definitely want to read more now. Jul 17, Mely added it Shelves: The art is amazing. The text is okay, and also badly proofread.

Aug 05, Sonic rated it it was amazing.

Nov 02, Jami Sweeney rated it it was amazing.No Excuses: Sita tries to quell his jealousy by walking in flame and if she was innocent as she claimed come out unscathed. So if you're familiar with the Ramayana, chances are some anecdotes and details may be missing or reimagined in this version. PDF Gruppenentwicklung im Klassenraum und anderswo. Sep 10, Emma rated it it was amazing. I know that the students in.

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