The Blame Game

1. The Argument

A group of identical Indian women in black blouses and petticoats argue in a circle in an empty grand hall, each blaming the others for their loss against naagrani shivanya.

The grand hall echoed with the heated voices of the Indian women as they stood facing each other, their accusatory fingers pointed and voices raised. Dressed in matching black blouses and petticoats, it was almost eerie how identical they looked. Each woman was convinced that it was the fault of her counterpart that they had suffered defeat at the hands of naagrani shivanya.

The Blame Game

As the argument continued to escalate, the accusations grew more outrageous. They had trained tirelessly, preparing every move and strategy meticulously. Yet, their adversary had outwitted them at every turn. It was inconceivable to them that they had been bested by one opponent, and they were determined to find a scapegoat among themselves.

A Circle of Frustration

Despite the circular formation they had assumed, there was no unity among these women. Each was out for herself, trying to shift the blame onto another. The tension in the air was palpable, and it was evident that until they could learn to work together as a cohesive unit, they would continue to face defeat in their battles against naagrani shivanya.

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