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Siddhartha is a young man on a long quest in search of the ultimate answer to the enigma of a mans role on this earth Through his travels he finds love friendship pain and identity He finds the true meaning behind them the hard way but that is the best way to learn them He starts out by finding friendship with his buddy Govinda They have been friends ever since their childhood There are really close like each others shadow They have traveled and lived most of their life together Govinda was a very loyal friend Govinda his friend the Brahmins son loved him more than anybody else He loved Siddharthas eyes and clear voice He loved the way he walked his complete grace of movement he loved everything that Siddhartha did and said and above all he loved his intellect his fine ardent thoughts his strong will his high vocation Govinda knew that Siddhartha would not become an ordinary Brahmin a lazy sacrificial official an avaricious dealer in magic sayings a conceited worthless orator a wicked sly priest or just a good stupid sheep amongst a large herd No and he Govinda did not want to become any of these not a Brahmin like ten thousand others of their kind He wanted to follow Siddhartha the beloved the magnificent And if he ever became a god if he ever entered the All-Radiant the Govinda wanted to follow him as a friend his companion his servant his lance bearer his shadow 2 He finds the sensuality of love from the beautiful Kamala She teaches him everything that he knows about love She is his first experience with a woman He learned many things from her wise red lips Her smooth gentle hand taught him many things He who was still a boy as regards love and was inclined to plunge to the depths of it blindly and insatiably was taught by her that
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