Oct 17, 2016







Featuring

Paresh rawal’s ” krishan v/s kanhaiyaa “, which shows a transformation of a man from an atheist to a person who spread the true meaning of prayer and religion.


Makrand desh pandey’s ” Maa in Transit “, deals with how a son tries to prolong the delay of his mother’s last rights so that he could spend more time with his mother.


Manav kaul’s “Bali aur Shambhu”, shows friendship of two elderly people in an old age home with different ideologies .


Meeta vasisht’s “lal ded”,is a solo one act. It’s a beautiful theatrical collage of poems ,songs, thoughts and philosophy of the medieval poetess lal ded from kashmir.


Jairangam connects to children by teaching them d value of relations and family bonding with Makrand desh pandey’s play “Imli ,papita aur tarbuz ” directed by Tezas .





Jairangam is falling in month of November,which is unsurprisingly the best time to visit “Pink city” Jaipur. It’s a popular tourist destination which depicts rajasthani culture around the city. The festival prides itself on having collaborated with undiscovered, emerging and established playwrights.


Jairangam focus on new work also which will reappraise jaipur’s exciting repertoire of plays with today’s audiences , thereby creating it’s own classics.



About Blogger : Shilpi Mathur B.E., MBA, by education, Hotel reviewer by profession,
Poet and writer by choice.