In Hindu folklore an Aspara is a celestial nymph (cloud/rain/water spirit). We see them mentioned in the “Mahabharata,” The world’s most longest epic poem known. They are sometimes depicted as court dancer or musicians of the Hindu Deities. 449 kata lagi
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LordParashurama is worshipped as mool purush,and also known for ridding the world of kshatriyas 21 times over after the mighty king Kartavirya killed his father. He played important roles in the Mahabharata and Ramayana, serving as mentor to Bhishma, Karna and Drona. 141 kata lagi
If you are itching to write in multiple POV or by using various points of view, STOP! Says Zen Scribe. It’s a risky proposition.
It’s not a good idea if it is your first book and if you are trying very hard to impress your readers with your ability to create hundreds of characters. 525 kata lagi