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Rise of Bhasha: Great Traditions and Little Traditions; Western Impact and Indian Response; Cultural Politics and Hybridity

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  • Theatre or Rang-karma as an old form of Communication is a deep-rooted tradition in India՚s vibrant culture. The folk Bhasha rang is an amalgamated art in India with a synthesis of components from music, epic and ballad recital, versification, dance, pantomime, graphic and plastic arts, faith and festival of the common people.
  • It encompasses the practise of music, dance, drama and religious rituals to express human feelings and emotional state. Based on oral tradition in Vedic and Buddhist cultures, Natya/Rang was used to disseminate the tales of human lives i…

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Theatre: Architecture, Apparatus, Acting; Censorship and Spectatorship; Translations and Adaptations

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  • Sanskrit Theatre was nourished by pre-eminent play-wrights like Bhasa, Kalidasa, Shudraka, Vishakadatta, Bhavabhuti and Harsha.
  • This body of works which were sophisticated in its form and thematic content can be equalled in its range and influence with the dramatic yield of other prosperous theatre traditions of the world like ancient Greek theatre and Elizabethan theatre.
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