"Indian voters are mature, wise and secular and you can't hoodwink them in the name of religion. They are willing to tolerate the inefficiency for the moment but are not going to accept the polarization of our Ganga-Jamuni Tehzeeb, our flowery culture." This is the message that has been given by the Indian public in the latest bypolls.
The narrative of Shravan Kumar, in this particular situation, is like a square peg in the round hole. Let the readers decide the efficacy of stitched story here as it unfolds. The obedient son Shravan Kumar of Indian Epic used to take care of every wish of his parents. His whole life centred around serving his parents. In their twilight, his blind parents wanted to go on pilgrimage before their death.