Lalith Mohan
Lalith Mohan asked:

The only question remains unanswered is why Dharma??? Why Govinda choose him ? all those explanations in the first book, doesn't do justice looking at how the character had been portrayed in the last.

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Krishna Udayasankar Don't want to reveal too much, in case it is a spoiler, but this I will say: From first book to third (Govinda to Kurukshetra) the reasons for choosing Dharma don't change, Dharma himself doesn't quite change. But Govinda does. Thats the thing about Govinda Shauri - he grows, he admits his own mistakes and changes his outlook, instead of being defensive, and by the third book, he is not quite on anyone's side really…

At the same time, it would be unfair to say Dharma is a bad man because he refuses to change - he and Govinda are two different perspectives of what good and right might mean - Dharma sticks to his principles, no matter what, and that is actually an admirable quality in many ways. Wouldn't you agree? :)
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