This episode is all about preparation, troops moving towards the war zone and the emotions that binds, breaks, and finally everyone gets into that spirit to kill and get out of that uncertainty.
Words aren’t enough to appreciate your mode of approaching this complex plot of warfare. You made a very plausible story that it was Rohini who marries Aravan and not Krishna as the popular stories portray.
Your signature writing shines in the conversations between Dhartharashtra and Sanjaya. Readers also view the “Padai Kalam” hear the chariots, horses, elephants, the warriors marching and Bhishma Pitamaha enjoying the first day as a focused warrior with no concern to the young princes or blood relatives. Warfront changes everything, the warriors are not bound by human relationship or compassion. “Sen na Vengai” focuses only on the prey!
Another amazing narrative. Waiting to read more on the remaining days of the war. Thank you.