Monster tales and the fictional reality (First Part) ⇒ Kirno Sohochari

All we have love on fictional stories. The story of fairy and monsters appeared appetizing to us. We satisfied our fictional fantasies through the alluring stories of queer incidents or incredible characters. Fairy and monsters are truthfully fictional, they come out of our mind in the most absurd moment of life when we think the living reality is not enough for solving the mystery and puzzle of life. Fiction is necessary to explain the life what we have achieved and now living on. The absurd fairy or monsters, they are needed to extend the allegorical limit in such extent so that we can feel the reverse side of reality as well. Reality has no alternative; we are obliged to drive the bullock cart on a one-way road, albeit the cart always tried to disperse in many ways due to the varicolored action of human beings.

Our activism contradicted the mind and we cannot doubtlessly say this, —yes, the cart moves right ways to find the endpoint of this one-way reality-show. The reality is an endless road, and no alternative is there which can be twisted by someone. The bullock cart is bound to move in an endless road if it wants to reach the endpoint. This ambiguity makes our perceptions on life or reality fictional. We then tried to imagine the most rational endpoint in all possible and impossible ways. Fictional stories of monsters represent the impossible to enter the deep cave-hole of this real looking temporal life.

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Indian exponent: Asura -The tale of the vanquished

… Yes, love is a monster and you have to know the art of handling your love with bravery and simplicity… One thing is essential to handle the monster and that is, there is no need to prove you a saint before or after when you really love somebody.
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We get excited to imagine the elfin meaning of fictional fairy or monsters and depicted them as a reverse mirror of reality, so the real life can comprehensible to us little. Yes, everybody among us likes to ruminating the stories of unthinkable, unimaginable and unrealistic fairy and monsters. We know they are fictional, even though we tried to fantasize them and projected them as like as real. The presence of a Rakshasa (the man-eater ogre or monster) not sounds realistic in today’s world and the story within it simply ignored the real history of a manmade civilization. The monster tales ignored the reality where we are belonging since from the remote past. An appearance of monster revoked the urban outfit which we achieved by the knowledge seeking processes of our mind. It’s an absurdity, an enthralling experience what we are not used to living on, even if we permit our mind to imagine the most absurd reality of life.

Our mind is rational and a rational mind is usually not prepared to accept the monster tales as a realistic spirit of life. The stories of monsters are unrealistic due to this reason; nonetheless, we like to travel stories where monsters become appeared a disturbing element to us. He is the power who can fold the reality by sudden, where mythos takes us to enjoy the fantasy of life. This real world is not mythical, we are not the subject of legendary mythical tales, but this mind is able to go on million directions; our imagination provoked us to create the ineffable mythos of life, in where we appointed us to fight against the self-created imagery of our own mind. Fiction contained mythical elements and they are very powerful to create the reverse stories of real life. We created the reverse for reminding us the truth that, a feeling of beauty can only possible when an ugly monster existed to swill the beauty of life. Good can never exist in absence of bad and human could never be possible in absence of the imprudent monsters.

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Quora: Is Ravana a hero or is he a villain? Sandeep Guguloth

 

… Love is a monster, when you are playing the game you needed a monster to achieve it, but you should have played the game beyond over any utilitarian condition… The real monstrous love cannot be achievable when utility existed there to use it.
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Fictional stories of monsters treated adventurous for kids, we treated the gossiping stuff a comical sarcasm of human mind, and sometimes the stories regarded an unsolved mystery or paranormal equation of life. The stories of monster often regarded to fulfill our desire of imagining the unthinkable characters. A Rakshasa is reverse to the real human but he carried the strange similarities to human. The critical point of monster tales is lying there; we cannot ignore the story by thinking it a kid’s stuff or something like that. Any story of monsters or a man-eater ogre confronted us to the absurd reality in where history talked in a different voice. The ugly gallant appeared necessary to us in that discourse. It awakens the abnormality that we carried in our mind within.

The presence of monsters in the human world was a normal incident in blurry past. It was the history of history. The historical testimony assured us that, many of our ancestors were closer to the monster in a remote dawn of civilization, and their behavior was truly analogical with the monster. There were many controversies existed amid the interaction of men and monsters. We are still debating on that, who is monstrous and who not. History of humankind treated monsters a savage species, but the history of fiction depicting them intelligent grotesque. Their shape is indeed human-like, even if they are not human. Monsters are disgusting in look and shape, for their big air, sharp teeth or furious eyes. Monster’s eyes are significant in fictional stories; his eyes are always burning to destroy the beauty of creation.

History of human marked the monsters as Sylvan, who fulfilled his hunger by eating raw meat. He is a man-eater, like to eat human flesh and always hunt human in per chance. When human civilization advanced so far, the monsters fled so far. They fled for questing the deep jungle or a lonely island to save them from the human invader. A monster’s life is simple, he hunts for food all the day and passing the rest by eating and sleeping and rarely coming outside in the night. Anyway, the lonely monster doesn’t hesitate to be nocturnal in human’s presence. The smell of human turned him nocturnal by this moment. Yes, a man-eater monster likes to dine on human flesh. He is strong and robust and his long fingers are enough to swill a man by a minute difference.

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Hanuman: Pinterest Collection

 

… Dear Gandhari, nothing has existed now that can be possible to win. When the desire of win is over everything is over at this moment. Creation is now free and waiting to reborn it without any desire of good or bad. The game is over and my flute is ready to play the blissful tune for Samadhi (eternal burial).
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Human civilization described the monster in a different context. We know monkey and human having great similarities but monkeys are not human. They shared the same ancestral root of human, but the fruition of intellect has made a great difference amid the two species. Human achieved gigantic intellect and monkeys stayed far behind that. A monkey is different to the human species despite his genetic enclosure. The monster’s case is not so different in that context. Monster perhaps analogical to the apeman but they are more violent and wild than the ape-man species. A monster can easily defeat the apeman by using his robust strength and wilderness.

The history is unwilling to think or separated a monster to the wild animals. Any civilized version of history marked the monsters Sylvan and ambiguous, they looked alike a human but this is not enough to entitle them as human. Fiction is amazing in that sense. It ignored the scientific narration of human civilization. A monster does not hesitate to swill a man in the fictional reality; above all, if yonder human is a prince or something like that, the monster gets hungry to eat him. The man-eater ogre doesn’t bother whom the man he is; maybe he is the famous king Bijoy who was a king of Bengal and conquered Lanka, but a monster doesn’t hesitate to dine him. Bijoy is just like any other human being, so swallowed him instantly.

The funny thing is that monster’s tale apparently acted a partial role in presence of women in the stories. He gets weaken when he met a woman; if she is a princess the cruel-hearted ogre instantly seized by the beauty of that woman and his monstrous attitude then changed instantly; he then kidnapped her; maybe he would take her in his cave to expose his affection for the beautiful woman. The strong savage then started talking of love, as so far he could understand and able to talk about love. A woman makes the fictional tale dramatic, and that is, —a monster instantly debunks the hidden secret of his lifeline, which he treasured in a vessel.

The historical monster is cruel and wild, very blunt to feel the emotion of love and lust, but a fictional monster is a true lover. He is different to the historical narratives of monsters. This monster is a complete lover, he is soft and tender for love and he knows how to take care of love, or how to seize the lovable woman in his dark cave-hole. He is ignorant about flower but very sentient to the woman whose he loves. He entitled the woman a fragrance of blossoming flower. The gigantic gallant eagerly adores the flower, because he provoked himself as the only owner of that flower.

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Kiski Kahani: Raja Ravi Varma’s Paintings on Ramayana Epic

 

… The strong savage then started talking of love, as so far he could understand and able to talk about love. A woman makes the fictional tale dramatic, and that is, —a monster instantly debunks the hidden secret of his lifeline, which he treasured in a vessel.
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Fiction is not history and that’s why it told us another history of fairy and monsters. The battle amid monster and human beacons a different version of history. Human frequently meet the monster in that history; above all, battle and affair between the two opponents are treated a common feature in any fictional tale. It told us the stories of such monsters who thought them rather advanced than the human. When we travel in the fictional reality of man and monster, we cannot say that it is irrational. Suppose, we can mark the ten-headed Ravana (the villain of Ramayana epic) a devil for his heinous acts, but it’s difficult to think that he is a savage or an uncivilized creature. The monster-king of Lanka (today’s Sri Lanka) appeared with all humanly features in the Ramayana epic. Ravana’s kingdom was far enlightened than any other kingdom made by the human on that epochal time.

The enlightened pride of Lanka hypnotized Rama. We know he was a great king warrior and an avatar of Ramayana. Rama’s attraction can be compared even today’s reality. America hypnotized to see the oil resource of Middle Eastern countries in the modern world, Rama was mesmerized by the same feeling at past. The British Kingdom now appeared as a minion of America and still keeping it aggression in Middle Eastern countries under the alliance. Hanuman (the divine Monkey-God and a wise powerful devotee of Rama) did the same on behalf of Rama in Ramayana. Ravana kidnapped and imprisoned Rama’s beloved wife Sita. That incident appeared beneficial to Rama. He utilized the issue and invaded Lanka on that excuse. Saddam Husain makes a mistake by invading Quiet and Ravana did the same by kidnapping Sita; he called his death by doing such an idiotic act.

Saddam’s idiocy appeared a chance to the US President George Bush. America got an easy entrance in the Middle East and now expanded in all Arab countries. Rama needed an issue to get entrance in Lanka and Ravana’s idiocy helped him to get it. He invaded Lanka in excuse of Sita’s incident. Anyway, Sita was not a lucky woman. Rama rescued her but he was inept to save his beloved to the injustice at later. His role was not comfortable on Sita’s trial. The great king was fall in doubt when the society raised a question about Sita’s chastity in Ravana’s palace. People blamed Sita for her abidance in Ravana’s harem. Gossip and rumor were quickly spreading and Rama called the court trial for his beloved wife. The incident was crucial for him, since, he wants to save his kingship and as well saving him to the impeachment. Rama was a utilitarian like today’s ruler.

Sita was the victim of utilitarian belief and politics. She was going through the fire submission process and saved Rama to the impeachment. The affection amid two beloveds in Ramayana appeared futile due to the utilitarian interest of Rama. Afraid king was unable to save his beloved, because, he was eager to avoid the impeachment for the sake of his kingdom.

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Nepalese folk dance: RAM AND SITA, The Epic Love Story

 

… Fiction revealed the grand desire of monster in human’s mind. The monster exposed the masculine appeal of a man. A man permits the monster when his inner masculinity arises in his mind, provoking him to enjoy the opposite beauties of creation. Otherwise, beauty is going down to the meaningless desire of ethical perversion. Rama loved Sita with a strenuous mind by hiding his stressful desire of society’s opinion of love, lust or chastity.
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However, Sita successfully passed over the fire submission, but that was not sufficient to prove her innocence to the utilitarian guardians of Ramayana’s society. Rumor is always stronger than the trust, a false scandal perhaps more provocative than love, and political utility is even turbulent than any true affection of human. Rama was not Krishna; he was unable to exceed the utilitarian reality in his time, which Krishna easily exceeded by using his egoless playfulness. 

After the end moment of Kurukshetra war Gandhari met Krishna and said, “Madhusudan, you are the root of this massive killing and destruction. You can prevent it, you have such ability to stop the bloody war, but you encouraged it to be happening. I cursed you for this. Your entire ancestry will soon destroy, none will alive to save the great Zadubangsha (the lineage of Krishna) because of your self-passiveness of stopping the brutal killing.”

Krishna laughed to hear Gandhari’s curse and replied, “Dear Gandhari, I know destruction is inevitable. None in Dwarka (Krishna’s kingdom) will resist saving the lineage and I am ready to destroy me, because, when destruction is inevitable you cannot prevent it, and now time is coming to sanctify the earth again. Kurukshetra war was inevitable, because, it was the battle of pride and prejudice, desire and prevention. Everybody was eager to burn their lustful desire to achieve the goal of human life, to achieve the extreme freedom of doing good or bad. It was a tug of war amid ego and egoless duality, and now the game is over.

Dear Gandhari, nothing has existed now that can be possible to win. When the desire of win is over everything is over at this moment. Creation is now free and waiting to reborn it without any desire of good or bad. The game is over and my flute is ready to play the blissful tune for Samadhi (eternal burial). You cannot live this life without completing the action you opt, even cannot realize it without entering the game of life. What I do is entering the game to finish it, the game is finished and I am ready to destroy my flute by playing the finest tune of Karma and Karmaphal (a result of what you are doing in your earthly life).”

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Livemint: Why the devil wears gold

 

There were many controversies existed amid the interaction of men and monsters. We are still debating on that, who is monstrous and who not. History of humankind treated monsters a savage species, but the history of fiction depicting them intelligent grotesque.
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Rama was not in the mode of playfulness like Krishna. His mind utterly captured by the earthly desire of pride and prejudice and he was captured by politics more than the purity of love. He was inept at that time to realize love is a completeness to embrace the fragrance of Karma and Karmaphal. This reality was true in the golden past; as well, it is true in the present days. Sita got exile and obliged to hide in the underground only to keep the pride of her beloved husband Rama. She did it without any encounter of Rama’s decision, reason, Sita truly loved Rama. On the opposite, Rama’s feeling of love to his beloved covered by the desire of protecting his pride at first. The king of Ajodhya did nothing to save his adored darling from the false scandal.

It appeared easeful and rationale for the society to blame Sita in Ramayana’s era. The blame game seemed essential to the guardians of Ramayana’s society; it appeared essential for them to save their king and religious belief intact. Today is not different to the past. A woman becomes the first victim of any gossiping scandal. Monica blamed at first for what she did with President Clinton. We provoked us at first of thinking the woman a greedy beguiler; our mind gets some hidden pleasure to think the woman a provocative beguiler, rather think the opposite that, —a man is also the part of that beguilement. Man and woman both of them are born here to beguile each other, and it’s the only way to get the path of true lovemaking.

Beguilement is a natural habit for human life but when other interest appeared on the scene, the situation is going down complicated. The natural beguilement soon turned to play the profitable tune of rumor and gossip, which served other interest. Monica’s case was not different. She was not an angel, she hypnotized the US President by using her beguiled beauties and Mr. President beguiled her by the handsome personality of a man, who is an influential ruler of the world. Both of them beguiled each other but our mind is more provocative to consider the woman a lustful provocateur, who is now utilizing the President’s weakness to squeeze out some profit to it.

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Raja Ravi Varma Paintings: Sita’s exilement

 

… All these titles confined him in an image, in where a celebrity is trying to love his beloved by maintaining his popular image at first, where he not permitted to live this life according to his own will. Celebrity is an extraordinary person but he is extremely frail to protect his true desire of living the life according to his self-desire.
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The beguilement amid two persons soon lost its natural flavor and political interest appeared more appealing than the beguilement itself in Monica’s case, and that was the tragedy of this scandal. Love is a monster, when you are playing the game you needed a monster to achieve it, but you should have played the game beyond over any utilitarian condition. The US President played it under the immense pressure of utilitarian conditions, which converted their lovemaking game tricky. They played a tricky hide-and-seek game and it was not remaining a true love at all. The real monstrous love cannot be achievable when utility existed there to use it.

Clinton was excited to see Monica’s beauty. A monster awakens up in his mind to swill the beauty of a White House intern. How is it possible for a mere intern, protecting her femininity to the hypnotic invader who is truly handsome and poetic, who is a king of the most powerful kingdom of the world? The past tradition was not different to the present. History or fiction both told us that the divine women are always bound to surrender their beauty when a King of divinity deserved them. Clinton played Indra‘s role in today and Monica played the role of blissful Menka, the divine dancer of heaven. How it is possible for Menka, to press the King deity’s eyes to say, —my dear king, don’t reveal me please, don’t open the veil to see my hidden treasures, you know that I feel shy to expose my nudity in front of your eyes.

Who cares! The monster is already arousing in president’s eyes and the difference among Indra and Clinton has gone. Today’s Indra now echoed the ancient God-deity Indra, —O the beautiful woman, these tender fingers are not enough to close my thousand eyes. I am the king of divinity and my one sip is enough to drink the entire wine-lake. I am Indra, can see the heaven-earth and hell by the winking of my thousand eyes. You covered the heaven and hell by your tenderness, but my earthly eyes are still able to see your beauty and nudity; look, now I am seeing your beautiful breasts through my eyes. O the beautiful woman, your ass looking heavier than the earth and they are appealing like a ripe fruit, there is no need to feel shy for your plump buttocks. Why do you prohibit me? You are uncovered, your beauty is unveiled like Nature, don’t feel shy for this, come and sip the wine of life.

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abcnews: American Crime Story’ Planning Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky Storyline

 

… Today is not different to the past. A woman becomes the first victim of any gossiping scandal. Monica blamed at first for what she did with President Clinton. We provoked us at first of thinking the woman a greedy beguiler; our mind gets some hidden pleasure to think the woman a provocative beguiler, rather think the opposite that, -a man is also the part of that beguilement. Man and woman both of them are born here to beguile each other, and it’s the only way to get the path of true lovemaking.
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Fiction revealed the grand desire of monster in human’s mind. The monster exposed the masculine appeal of a man. A man permits the monster when his inner masculinity arises in his mind, provoking him to enjoy the opposite beauties of creation. Otherwise, beauty is going down to the meaningless desire of ethical perversion. Rama loved Sita with a strenuous mind by hiding his stressful desire of society’s opinion of love, lust or chastity. He was a King, a devotee and avatar of eternal God, a practitioner of religious doctrine, and a public celebrity of his time. All these titles confined him in an image, in where a celebrity is trying to love his beloved by maintaining his popular image at first, where he not permitted to live this life according to his own will. Celebrity is an extraordinary person but he is extremely frail to protect his true desire of living the life according to his self-desire.

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Asianage: Tale of romantic Ravana

 

… Fiction contained mythical elements and they are very powerful to create the reverse stories of real life. We created the reverse for reminding us the truth that, a feeling of beauty can only possible when an ugly monster existed to swill the beauty of life. Good can never exist in absence of bad and human could never be possible in absence of the imprudent monsters.
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Our perception makes a person celebrity and we lost him after making him a celebrity. It appeared shocking for whom we entitled by the egoistic adjective, because, yonder person then lost his ability to enjoy the true desire of life with simplicity. Love is a curse to the celebrity; Rama was obliged to face it in Ramayana and Clinton faced the same in his presidency, though the context was utterly different.

Yes, love is a monster and you have to know the art of handling your love with bravery and simplicity. Lovemaking lust is not a sin and beguilement is not reproachful as we think, but it depended on the perception that how you handle the monster in your mind. One thing is essential to handle the monster and that is, there is no need to prove you a saint before or after when you really love somebody.

(Continued to the next part)

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… You are uncovered, your beauty is unveiled like Nature, don’t feel shy for this, come and sip the wine of life…

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