Friday, July 22, 2011

to all who miss m-f hussain, here's the poor man's version: nina paley, another untalented 'artist' who trashes other people's beliefs

jun 22nd, 2011 CE

from what i understand, this woman (apparently white christist american) lived in trivandrum for a while with her american husband who was employed by some animation company or something.

nina had a falling out with her husband, who wisely decided to take a walk. thereupon, nina paley decided to take revenge by trashing the ramayana! she fancies herself to be some sort of vengeful sita wronged by her husband. 

why doesn't she take revenge by trashing christist or mohammedan beliefs? well, i guess there will be hell to pay if you did that. (see one danish cartoonist or the doctor shot by an anti-abortionist redneck)

so she comes up with this piece of crap animation named 'sita sings the blues'. i viewed parts of it, and it is nothing but garbage -- no artistic or other merit. well, of course, other than the merit of trashing hindu beliefs and scripture, which makes it instantly a 'classic' according to the #faigate types and holy-roller missionary types.

so if you have been unhappy about m-f hussain's death, you might now take on nina paley as your icon. you'll be in good company, along with all the other low-life #faigate scum. 


Julian said...

"In the Ramayana, Sita is only a footnote in the story, but obviously my film is about Sita and her suffering." - So says Nina Paley of "Sita Sings the Blues" fame.

Yet in the Bala Khanda itself we find the following:

kaavyam raamaayaNam kR^itsnam siitaayaaH charitam mahat |
paulastya vadham iti evam chakaara charita vrataH || 1-4-7

7. charitra vrata= sage who observed all sacred vows; kR^itsnam kaavyam= to entire, epic; raamaayaNam= Ramayana; siithayaH charitam mahat= Seetha's, legend, sublime; poulastya vadham= Ravana's, elimination; iti= thus [naming]; evam cakaara= that way, made, rendered.

That sage with observed sacred vows has rendered the entire epic in the name of 'Ramayana', 'Sublime Legend of Seetha' and 'elimination of Ravana'. [1-4-7]

Seetha's conduct is the primary aspect and Ravana's elimination is secondary in the epic of Ramayana.

We Love Shata Shloki Ramayana said...

Watch Ramayana in 100 Verses, by Sage Valmini...nice pictures from Ramayana and Sanskrit chant