|Always pining to get close to Swami. The rest got conferred.|
- The failures and problems of the individual are shown in great depth and detail. This is done to ensure that the audience begin to completely identify with the protagonist.
- The ‘inspiration’ which triggers the protagonist - a statement, a sight, a person etc - is also shown in great detail.
- The hard-work that the protagonist puts in achieving the goal is usually shown very briefly and fast. A song or music sequence follows at the end of which the protagonist has translated his/her inspiration into concrete reality.
- The culmination again is shown in great detail so that the audience experience the joys and highs of the protagonist with whom it had sympathized with in the beginning.
|Before one of the Burrakatha sessions in the bhajan hall. Swami checks the costumes.|
Little did he realize then that many times a pin-drop silence is greater appreciation that a thunderous applause.
|Always giving what one needs...|
|Even to this day, the trio comes together once a year and does a Burrakatha in His presence.|