What is the theme of Indarapatra at Sulayman?
Theme. “A TRUE HERO IS ONE WHO IS WILLING TO SACRIFICE SO THAT OTHERS MAY SAVED.”
What is the falling action in the story of Indarapatra and Sulayman?
Climax When the little tree wither and dry up, King Indarapatra thought that his brother was dead. He was filled with a desire for revenge. He started for Mindanao in search of his brother. Falling Action After these monsters had all been killed, peace and safety had been restored to the land.
What are the characteristics of Indarapatra?
Indarapatra at sulayman
- INDARAPATRAAT SULAYMAN.
- INDARAPTRA:static Brave and wise He is King He is warrior He is knowledgeable and skillful in hunting, farming weaving, blacksmithing, healing, fishing, and herding He can fly.
- He is compassionate.
How was Indarapatra rewarded for bringing peace and orders to the land?
How was Indaraptra rewarded for bringing peace and order to the land? He was given gold treasures.
How did Sulayman died in the story?
Süleyman died of natural causes during a campaign to besiege the fortress of Szigetvár in Hungary.
Who killed the dreadful bird with seven heads?
Raja Indarapatra rejoiced and life and happiness filled his heart. Raja Sulayman returned after that to Mantapuli, but Raja Indarapatra continued his march to Mount Gurayn. There he met the dreadful bird that had seven heads and killed it with his sword, Juru Pakal.
What is the most intense part of the story?
The climax (the most intense part of the story, often a turning point or a conclusion to the conflict) is preceded by rising action and followed by falling action.
Who is Sulayman?
Sulayman ibn Hisham, was the famous Umayyad prince and Arab general, the son of the Umayyad Caliph Hisham (r. 723–743). He is known for his participation in the expeditions against the Byzantines.
Why did Sulayman go to Mindanao What is his mission?
Raja Indarapatra called his brother, Raja Sulayman (Solomon) and asked him to come to Mindanao to save the land from those destructive animals.
What do monsters do?
They may or may not have supernatural powers, but are usually capable of killing or causing some form of destruction, threatening the social or moral order of the human world in the process.