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Gods, Demons, and Others Chapter Summary & Analysis - One; Lavana, Chudala and Yayati Summary

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One; Lavana, Chudala and Yayati Summary and Analysis

Lavana: The story of Lavana begins with the Pandit contemplating the idea of modern man being "flung" into space to circle the Earth, and how such a man does not wait for the day to turn into night. He, rather, takes matters into his own hands in the name of science. To illustrate the nature of time, the Pandit tells the story of Lavana, who is the ruler of an ancient kingdom called Uttar Pandava. Lavana is a good ruler, loved by his subjects. One day a stranger arrives in his kingdom, boasting that he is a magician who can perform feats the king has never before seen. The king warns him that he has seen all manner of magic and will not be impressed with anything ordinary. The magician assures him that he does not operate...

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