Mythological stories have always fore grounded masculine powers through their male- centred narratives. Against the background of such predominantly male –centric discourse, Sharath Kommaraju’s novel The Winds of Hastinapur breaks this stereotype. It is interesting as well as significant that Kommaraju’s work presents a feminine perspective. Revisionist mythmaking brings to fore women’s perspectives to subvert patriarchal values. Keywords: Satyavati, revisionist, mythmaking, feminine, feminist, patriarchy.
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Keywords: Satyavati, revisionist, mythmaking, feminine, feminist, patriarchy.