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Wednesday, 30 July 2014

Yahudi Ki Ladki - Photos of stage drama

The Roman Crown Prince falls in love with a poor Yahudi girl. After spending considerable time together he rejects her on the ground of religion. Also, the prince engages with a Roman girl. The girl feels disheartened and conveys the act of betrayal to her father. Her father prays for justice to the Royal Court. A dancing diva is adorning the Court at that time. The piece of dance was really impressive. Anyway, the poor yahudi girl and her father put their grievances about the irresponsible act of the Crown Prince. The King and his court hate yahudis and the religious adviser suggests to be discriminate while administering justice to the subject. Notwithstanding all this and despite his obvious abhor for yahudis, the king gives the verdict in the favour of the yahudi and rules death sentence to the Crown Prince. The fiancee of the prince meets the yahudi girl 

The presentation of 'Yahudi Ki Ladki' reinforces the hope that stage performances can survive on their own. I am sure the show had been a commercial success too had it been ticketed. 


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Monday, 28 July 2014

Odissi Dance Performance

Odissi Dance Performance at Patna on 25.07.2014 at Bhartiya Nitya Kala Mandir
'Nav Rasa' [Viewers may suggest rectification in the name of Rasa] 

Bhakti Rasa

Shringar Rasa

Bhakti Rasa

Bhakti Rasa

Raudra Rasa

Vibhatsa Rasa

Veer Rasa
Bhayanaka Rasa

Saturday, 26 July 2014

Theme Analysis of Photo Exhibition at Patna on 25.07.2014

Theme Analysis of Photo Exhibition at Patna on 25.07.2014

 This old woman is like old tree. The sitting position is as if she were the root.

Photo 1 - by Mohan Prasad

Colour of freshness
Photo 2 - by Anil Kr. Singh

Just as the termite eats out the biggest trees from within so is corruption.
Photo 3 - by Anil Kr. Singh
Problems of life are intertwined innumerably.
Photo 4 by Anil Kr. Singh (2nd Prize)

Faith knows no boundary.
Photo 5 - by Ramesh Kumar (Ist Prize)

Respecting limits.
Photo 6 - by Vijay Kr. Jain (2nd Prize)

This tree is much more concerned about keeping its ground and so is unable to provide any shadow just like the politicians.

Photo 7
A majestic beauty requires support from several grounds.
Photo 8
Photo 9

Enlivening once again.
Photo 10

Photographer Ramesh Kumar (won Ist prize)

Ramesh Kumar told that he is a full-time photographer and is possessing several self-made photographers for which he has won awards. He is ready to sell them for an amount of Rs. 5,000/= to Rs. 20,000/= each. His photo (Photo5 above) displays love to divinity and nature grow in    

 Sh. Mohan Kumar also told that he is a professionl photographer. His photo (Photo 1) shows the life of old woman who is like an old tree. 
Photographer Mohan Prasad
Photographer Anil Kr. Singh (Won 2nd prize)Sh. Mohan Kumar also told that he is a professionl photographer

Tuesday, 22 July 2014


  (Look at bottom for review)

FANDI – A REVIEW OF DRAMA by Hemant Das ‘Him’
Drama was played in Kalidas Rangalay, Patna on 21.07.2014 (Photos available on http://biharidhamaka.blogspot.in/ )
Shankar Shesh is an icon of Indian theatre because he knows that presentation of great themes does not require great stage set up or big number of cast. It was not less than a magic that only with three characters and simple stage properties of one table and two chairs, a host of contemporary mammoth themes were presented with perfection. The issues raised were justification of euthanasia, stark realty of poverty, humane concern about what your dear ones think about you, corruption etc.
Story – the main character is a truck driver by profession who gets salary of Rs. 200/= per month with of course some benignly illegal income like hiring passengers. His father is suffering from cancer of throat. The truck driver tries to get his father treated in all possible manners but ultimately he has to resort  to injection therapy on daily basis to him which is costly. The pain to his father is high and persistent. After fifteen days, when he is unable to arrange injection being administered to his father for want of money, his father beseeches to him either arrange injection or kill him. The truck driver unwillingly kills his father by throttling him just to relieve him from pain and his father embraces death smilingly.
Now the police catches the truck driver and a criminal proceeding for murder is launched against him. As he is unable to hire an advocate, the government arranges an advocate to him who tries his best to save him. The warden of jailer is corrupt as he asks money for every help like giving bidi or helping in rehearsal of court proceedings. But even after that,  the warden possesses a human heart and wants that the truck driver should be freed. But more importantly, the truck driver is not concerned about his probable conviction for murder and is very worried on the matter that his loving wife and dear son should not think about him that he is a guilty.
Ultimately it is proved that the truck driver killed his father knowingly. Poverty, being the root cause of killing was not considered. Even the good intention of relieving his father from persistent high pain  was not considered and he got death sentence. But the truck driver was happy that his wife and child came to the court  which was an evidence that he was not guilty in the eyes of his loving wife and son.
The drama reaches the acme of poignancy.  The actors acting as Truck Driver and Warden gave their amazing  performances. The Advocate also did justice to his role. This acting based drama had little scope for the director but her work was also well. Light and sound were OK and there were certain scope of improvement there.
[Note: You may suggest improvement in the text to hemantdas_2001@yahoo.com]