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IN SK, the role of a Guru was very nicely nicely explained as he is the responsible for the Physical, Mental and Spiritual well being of the Yajmaan. So, I guess here, they took the idea from SK and has just shortened it a bit to focus on the main point of 'expression of Love' by Rukmini. Whereas SK covered a lot more points like following the 'dharma' which is considered right by a person (which is always 'personal choice'- as mentioned by Bheeshma many times), Rukimini summoning up the courage to fight against the decision of her brother, Complete Surrender on the part of Rukmini even if Krisha does not accept her, and depending/ selecting the Kulguru to deliver the letter to Shri Krishna. So, here in Dwarakadheesh, the first 1-2 points are only covered .
(-- The above point is there only to discuss the 'role of a Guru' in the life of a human being, not to compare the merits of SK and D, just bringing both the sc.s having the same essence together for the purpose of a detailed discussion.)
Next point- Really really loved the sc of the Old Woman and her son . I remember 'Meera' also had some sc.s like this... They make us (the common person) to relate with the Lord, the persons who are unable to 'perceive' the workings of the Lord in the beginning and then are able to experience Him!! Really eager to watch it in the next episodes..
Now about the last sc! So far the BEST SCENE in Dwarakdheesh!! Even I was also surprised that I LIKED Vishal in it! Actually he has controlled the 'speed of his dialogue delivery' and the facial expression along with his eyes conveyed the messege quite well!! I LOVED it!! We are watching this serial only for these philosophies/ lessons taught by the Lord! Really happy that they included these aspects in the dialogue!!
Completely agree about Rukimini's intervention during the 'puja', it was a bit odd for a princess to do that.
Loved the 'Shoched dhun', and Kaalyavan- Rukmi 'Long distance realtionship' expressions!
And about Balram-Revathy- I think they are taking the same technique as used in SK when Shri Krishna used to explain His leelas to Radherani ( in Golok) and to Rukmini ( on earth). That is, to let us know the motives behind the workings of God.
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