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...they have no desire to move further, because they are happy. That is what his Ashoke believed to be the end of life’s journey, when you can find happiness in who you are, and feel no urge to change that placement.
Namesake’s play a big role in where Ashima and Gogol decide to exist in the end of the movie. Ashima’s name means limitless, life without borders, and she finally finds her way back home to where she had left her life off, finally following her passion of singing, where she feels most happy and free. Gogol follow’s directly in his father’s footsteps, getting on a train, and traveling as he once did. Gogol reads from the book, that perhaps “it is not a new overcoat, but an old one,” tying together the idea that modern culture is only built upon tradition. This is where Gogol is at peace, reading the words that sparked his creation, a place to finally belong.
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