The Skull Rosary
Akshay Dhar, Shweta Taneja, Soumya Das
Gaurav Shrivastav, Ghanshyam & Tahir Kapadia, Sushant Panda, Vivek Goel
A demon, a god, a king, an avatar, a son. Lord Shiva collected five heads in his rosary. We tell you why. The Skull Rosary is a retelling of ancient myths of Rudra, the name Shiva wielded before civilization began. They are not the stories you heard when you were a child. They are stories of dark emotions, of lust, of jealousy, of hatred, of passion, of incest and of power. In The King with A Goats Head a daughter is sacrificed to the flames of jealousy. Prahlads Dream retells the horrific story of what happens when two of the most powerful gods on earth start to fight. In The Other Woman a son craves for his own mother’s body. A blind asura lusts for revenge in The Blind Spot. The last story in the set, Brahmas Fifth Head takes you to a place where a father lusts for his daughter and all codes of civilization have broken down.