By Mir Amman, Mohammed Zakir
A striking Urdu epic that conjures up a paranormal Indo-Muslim world
initially composed within the fourteenth century and made favored in 1803 through Mir Amman's colloquial retelling, this splendidly exciting tale paints a portrait of a far off and colourful time and position. In depression at having no son to be triumphant him, the king of Turkey leaves his palace to stay in seclusion. quickly in a while, besides the fact that, he encounters 4 wandering dervishes-three princes and a wealthy merchant-who were guided to Turkey by means of a supernatural strength that prophesied their assembly. because the 5 males sit down jointly at nighttime sharing their stories of misplaced love, an impressive panorama finds courtly intrigue and romance, fairies and djinn, oriental gardens and indulgent feasts.
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Dionysus's first love was a boy. His name was Ampelos. He played with the young god and the satyrs on the banks of the Pactolus in Lydia. Dionysus noticed the way his long hair fell on his neck, the light that glowed from his body as he climbed out of the water. When he saw him wrestling with a satyr and their feet became knotted together, he was jealous. He wanted to be the only one to fight with Ampelos. " They threw each other to the ground, and Dionysus loved it when Ampelos got him down and sat on his naked belly.
He couldn't stop fantasizing a strong, elusive woman, a woman as capable of hurting him as he was of hurting her. The time was ripe for Eros to have him longing for an even more unattainable body. He sensed in a sudden gust of wind that a woman even stronger, even more beautiful, and even more hostile than the wrestler Pallene was hiding right there in the woods : Aura. And already he knew that she would flee from him; she would never surrender. For once Dionysus decided to go it alone and in silence, free from the clamor of his Bac chants.
It has none of the faithfulness of the farmer's crop, it won't stretch out in the plowed furrow where lasion made love to Demeter, nor does it push its way up amid flourishing harvest fields, but rather in the most intractable woodland. It is a metallic tip con cealed beneath innocuous green leaves. It doesn't intoxicate to promote growth ; yeL growth sustains intoxication, as the stem of a goblet holds up the wine. Dionysus is not a useful god who helps weave or knot things together, but a god who loosens and unties.
A Tale of Four Dervishes by Mir Amman, Mohammed Zakir