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Jasma of the odhs and other tales

Jasma of the odhs and other tales

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Published by Indian Map Service in Jodhpur .
Written in English


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Statementtranslated by Kamini Dinesh
The Physical Object
Pagination120 p.
Number of Pages120
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24386720M
LC Control Number2010327916


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The tale of Jasma Odhan subverts and affirms the traditional values of society through its female hero, Jasma. The tale gives an edge to a woman’s love over a man’s love.

The Langa singers narrate the story musically, being accompanied by Sarangi. The narrative is structured like “dohas” or couplets. Jasma of the odhs and other tales book Rupayan Sansthan: Type. See what Jasma Rucker (jasmarucker) has discovered on Pinterest, the world's biggest collection of ideas.

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Jasma Odhan is a musical, full of humour, joy & drama based on Bhavai, the Gujarati folk famous Bhavai is the tale of Jasma, the earthly incarnation of a heavenly apsara, Kaamkundala. Jasma is a female member of the Odh community of Gujarat. The Odhs are character highlights the theme of the play, Dignity of Labour & Womanhood.

Jasma Odhan is a female love legend famous in Rajasthan and Gujarat. Jasma Odhan and her husband belonged to the landlord class. Jasma was called as Jasmarani -the princes of a place called Tambavati and Ratanlal was a landlord of Surat Khamaich.

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Many cities of men he saw and learned their minds, many pains he suffered, heartsick on the open sea, fighting to save his life and bring his comrades home. Book 7 Odysseus calls upon Athena for guidance once again, and she obliges by cloaking him in an obscuring mist.

She moves toward King Alcinous's palace and he follows. Athena tells him his best bet is to pay attention to the queen, Arete, who has a great deal of influence in her husband's kingdom. or otherwise exploit it for any other.Jasma of the Ode Tribe of Gujarat is remembered for her royalty of husband, for fearless conduct in the face of the might of king Siddharaj jaisingh and for her love of the rugged life of the nomadic odes.

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