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Manikhi Bag: A Garhwali Drama Ridiculing Government Bureaucracy, Politicians and Society for Corruption 

(Review of a Satirical Garhwali Drama ‘Manikhi Bag’ (1993) by Kula Nand Ghansala)

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                                               By: Bhishma Kukreti 
                    Kula Nand Ghansala is well famous name in Garhwali dramas, Ghansala have already written more than ten Garhwali dramas and most of them are staged.  ‘Manikhi Bag’ (1993) by Kula Nand Ghansala was first staged in 1993 in Gopeshwar, Chamoli Garhwal.
             As the Russian drama ‘The Government Inspector’ (1836) by Nikolai Gogol; French film Ridicule; A Pakistani drama Burka Vaganza (Aju ka Theatre); South African play ‘Survival Asinamali’ ridicules white bureaucrats; Mexican theatre ridiculed politicians around 1920; ‘Manikhi Bag’ (1993) by Kula Nand Ghansala  successfully ridicules local self government  politicians, bureaucrats and society together.
             The theme is about gram Pradhan and other characters as government officials and business community apply corrupt methods for taking monitory advantages. The playwright criticizes people for their ignoring these man-eaters. The tiger is the watchman of the goats.
               The playwright Kula Nand Ghansala uses various emotions which are attracting points for the audience.  The satire and humor of drama may create laughter but ultimately compel the audience to think. The real objective of any humor or satire is to create smile and laughter but at the end compel the audience or readers to think upon the real cause.
         There are nine acts in this satirical drama .There are total twenty six characters in the drama. The story construction of satirical drama ‘Manikhi Bag’ (1993) by Kula Nand Ghansala is well within command and the events seem from the daily life. The story is accelerated by lyrics at the beginning of each act.
        The dialogues are fit for the characters, and timing of action of characters. The drama is a realistic modern drama.
              Bhishma Kukreti states that the contribution of Kula Nand Ghansala in international drama art is equal to Honore de Balzac, James Berry, Chekhov, Ibsen, and George Colman, William dean, Bernard Shaw, Sinclair for understanding the social construction and depicting it in the drama.

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          Kya Kan Tab: A Garhwali Satirical and Humorous Social Drama
(Review on ‘Kya Kan Tab’ a satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama by Kula Nand Ghansala)

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                                    Bhishma Kukreti

                             Kula Nand Ghansala is an expert playwright of writing satirical and humorous social Garhwali Dramas. The satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ is already published, staged various times and the film version of satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ is available. The story of satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ deals with the basic nature of human being suspecting on our own family members and society creating the base for such suspect., Sushila suspects that her husband Dharma Nand has extra marital relation with the village teacher ‘Masteni Ji’ in the satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’.  The villagers and her family members from parent side of Sushila ‘create more complexities and confusion about the relationship between Dharma Nand and ‘masteni-ji’.
                  Due to sharp accusation on him by his wife, Dharma Nand leaves the village. Now everybody repents but the time has already passed.
               The satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ opens many psychological aspects as double standard of human beings. The dialogues are just as per characters and the playwright is successful in creating characterization. The satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ provides moral teaching but playwright did not have long speeches in the drama. The dialogues of satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ are with full of humor and satire.
            The satirical and humorous social Garhwali Drama ‘‘Kya Kan Tab’ is one of the mile stone in the Garhwali drama world.
References:
1-Dr Anil Dabral, Garhwali Gady Parampara (Garhwali Dramas from beginning till 1990)
2-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Garhwali dramas from beginning till 1975)
3-Dr Sudharani, Garhwal ka  Rangmanch (Garhwali Dramas from beginning till 1985)
4-Drama special issue of Chitthi Patri magazine (Garhwali Dramas and plays staged in Delhi, Karachi, Mumbai, Dehradun and other places)
5- Dr Hari Datt Bhatt Shailesh, Garhwali Natak evam Rangmanch: Ek Vihngam Avlokan (Garhwali Drams and theatres from beginning till 1985)
6-Dr Bhakt Darshan: Barrister Mukandi Lal Srmriti Granth (Garhwali dramatists or theatres playwrights till 1985
7-Dr Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (pp108-116, about contribution of Bhagwati Prasad Panthri for developing Garhwali drama)

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Ab Kya Holu? : A Garhwali Drama about Separate Uttarakhand Movement


                                           Bhishma Kukreti
              Separate state Uttarakhand movement had been a strong base for Garhwali literature in terms of new subject, new creative and new energy in the literary world.
               The creative create classic literature basing Uttarakhand movement.  The Garhwali drama’ Ab Kya Holu?’ by Kula Nand Ghansala is an example of creation of classic literature or offbeat literature at the time of Uttarakhand movement.
               Kula Nand Ghansala is able to create an atmosphere of Uttarakhand movement in the drama’ Ab Kya Holu?.’ There are various characters in the drama – selfish, sacrificing, ignorant about movement but involved, well aware about movement and involved, well aware about movement and not involved,. There is oppression by government and its administrator (police force).
                Kula Nand Ghansala could dramatize the situation by dialogues fit for each character. Definitely, the aim of Ghansala was to create awareness about movement and he put many such speeches which are necessary for creating the enthusiasm for the movement.
           In the future, the drama will always work as refreshing moments for Uttarakhand movement.
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               Mangtu Baulya: A Garhwali Drama Searching the Causes of Rural to Urban Migration

                          (Review of a Garhwali Drama ‘Mangtu Baulya’ (1993) by Swarup Dhoundiyal)

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               Swarup Dhoundiyal was famous Hindi fiction writer, a great regional magazine editor and a famous Garhwali playwright.
       Swarup Dhoundiyal wrote two Garhwali dramas ‘Adalat’ and ‘Mangtu Baulya’ influenced by a Garhwali drama ’Ardh Grameshwar’ written by Rajendra Dhashmana.  Both Garhwali dramas ‘Adalat’ and ‘Mangtu Baulya’ deal with the subject of problems and social behaviors in rural hills of Garhwal.
                The drama story of ‘Mangtu Baulya’ (1993) by Swarup Dhoundiyal centers on a mad man ‘Mangtu Baulya’. Mangtu opens his secret through flashback in each scene for the causes of his madness. 
             The drama is thought provoking drama and directly supports the migration as there are no opportunities in rural villages of hills of Garhwal.
                   The Garhwali drama ‘Mangtu Baulya’ is capable in touching the subject of unemployment in rural areas; concentration of employment in urban areas; low productivity in rural areas; slow pace or no pace of industrial development in rural areas; very low quality in rural education and no hope for improvement in rural areas; aim of education only for getting jobs in cities.
          The style of drama is mixture of Parsi theatre and realistic dramas. When Mangtu talks with himself there is Parsi theatre loudness and in other scenes, Dhoundiyal uses realistic dialogues. The scenes are taken from day-to-day life of Garhwali village before seventies.
                     The drama provokes and tries to find out causes of rural to urban migration.
              The Garhwali Drama ‘Mangtu Baulya’ (1993) by Swarup Dhoundiyal is one of the dramas which created stir in Garhwali drama world for its newness, for dealing with burning and contemporary issues, for bringing realism in Garhwali drama. 

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Jai Badri Narayan: A Religious Garhwali Drama about the Story of Lord Badri Narayan

(Review of a Religious Garhwali Drama ‘Jai Badri Narayan’ by Lalit Keshwan)
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                     Lalit Keshwan wrote the religious or spiritual Garhwali drama Jai Badri Narayan’ just after the staging of his first chivalry based Garhwali drama ‘Hari Hindwan’.  Lalit Keshwan published religious or spiritual Garhwali drama ‘Jai Badri Narayan’ in 2011.
                  The one act religious or spiritual Garhwali Drama ‘Jai Badri Narayan’ is about the story of Lord Badri Narayan.  There was a demon Durdam who wanted to be immortal forever. Durdam worshipped lord Sun and gets 1000 shield. Durdam started harassing deities, goddesses, sages and saints. Lord Vishnu comes to rescue the subject and destroys the 1000 shields of Durdam. Lord Vishnu rests in Badri region and the place is now called Badri Narayan.
             Lalit Keshwan used eleven Jagars for narrating and accelerating the story. Since, the spiritual and religious drama ‘Jai Badri Narayan’ is about Lord Badri Narayan, the play is mixture of Parsi theatre style and modern style. Jagars create atmosphere of Garhwali folk feature in the religious and spiritual drama ‘Jai Badri Narayan’.
  The prose dialogues are common dialogues of mythology.   Jagars are capable of creating religious and religious atmosphere in the drama. 
  The drama is useful for knowing the story of Badri Narayan.                 
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                               Bhashmasur: A Mythological Garhwali Drama

(Review of a Mythological Garhwali Drama ‘Bhashmasur’ (2011) by Lalit Keshwan)

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              Writing and staging mythological dramas is very common in each community. The old age civilization used to stage mythological dramas through various means.  Nagraj Holeyannavar states that myth is fictitious belief of the people in a popular manner.
             ‘Bhashmasur’ (2011) by Lalit Keshwan is a mythological one act drama in Garhwali. The story of Bhashmasur is very popular in India.  Bhashmasur is a Rakshas king. Bhshmasur wants to be immortal. Bhashmasur worships Lord Shiva and asks the blessing that when he (Bhashmasur) puts his hand on other’s head the person will die because of burning. Lord Shiva fulfills the desire of his devotee Bhashmasur and blessed Bhashmasur for this power of burning others.
          Bhshmasur wants to try his power on lord Shiva. Lord Shiva runs away from Bhashmasur. Lord Vishnu comes to rescue Lord Shiva. Bhashmasur puts his hands on his own head and burnt away.
          Lalit Keshwan uses dialogues effectively and the mythological drama ‘Bhashmasur’ (2011) will attract the audience as they have knowledge of Bhashmasur.

References:
1-Dr Anil Dabral, Garhwali Gady Parampara (Modern, Contemporary Garhwali Dramas Criticizing Blind Faith and Foolishness from beginning till 1990)
2-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Modern, Contemporary Garhwali dramas Criticizing Blind Faith and Foolishnessfrom beginning till 1975)
3-Dr Sudharani, Garhwal ka Rangmanch (Modern, Contemporary Garhwali Dramas Criticizing Blind Faith and Foolishness from beginning till 1985)
4-Drama special issue of Chitthi Patri magazine (Modern, Contemporary Garhwali Dramas and plays staged in Delhi, Karachi, Mumbai, Dehradun and other places)
5- Dr Hari Datt Bhatt Shailesh, Garhwali Natak evam Rangmanch: Ek Vihngam Avlokan (Modern, Contemporary Garhwali Drams and theatres from beginning till 1985)
6-Dr Bhakt Darshan: Barrister Mukandi Lal Srmriti Granth (Modern, Contemporary Garhwali dramatists or theatres playwrights till 1985
7-Dr Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (pp108-116, about contribution of Bhagwati Prasad Panthri for developing Modern, Contemporary Garhwali drama)
8- Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, 1986, ‘Chakrchal’, 16 Modern, Contemporary Garhwali Drama collection, B2 -B48, Janakpuri, New Delhi -110058
9- Articles on souvenirs of Garhwal sabha, Dehradun for celebrating Uttarakhand Lok Natya Mahotsava , 2005 and 2007 
 
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Khel Khatam Paisa Hajam: A Garhwali Drama about Land Swindling

(Review of a Garhwali Drama ‘Khel Khatam Paisa Hajam’ (2011) By Lalit Keshwan)
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               The mother of all desires by a migrated Garhwali is to buy land for house in plains. There are people busy in deceiving others in the name of land sales.  There is spree for land buying in Dehradun and nearby districts as Saharanpur. Manmohan Sharma comes to know that there is five Beegha land with mango gardens available for sale. Manmohan Sharma and his maternal uncle make agree other three relatives to buy the favorable land for housing in Saharanpur. All five relatives of Manmohan pay fifty percent advance to land owner after scrutinizing the papers. Manmohan gets brain hemorrhage when he comes to know the reality.
     The drama story is very simple. There are eight characters in the drama about land swindler and dialogues are simple as per their characters. The drama ‘Khel Khatam Paisa Hajam’ (2011) By Lalit Keshwan about land swindler is an average drama.
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Ek Manthara Hainki: A Garhwali drama Criticizing Alcohol Consumption

(Review of a Garhwali Drama ‘Ek Manthara Hainki’ (2011) by Lalit Keshwan)

                           Bhishma Kukreti

                   Lalit Keshwan is famous Garhwali poet and is famous for transforming the style and subjects of Garhwali poetry in his time along with Dandriyal and Baulya. Lalit Keshwan wrote dramas too.
                The drama ‘Ek Manthara Hainki’ is about two aims. The playwright depicts a character Manthra who is backbiter. The playwright also aims to criticize the problem of alcohol consumption in villages. However, Lalit could not be successful in showing either perfectly.
     The playwright takes characters from real world, uses day-to-day dialogues and incidents are from real world of Garhwali village. However, drama is an average drama. The playwright did not use imagination to dramatize the situations. There is much work for director to bring the drama for staging.
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Audal: A Garhwali Drama Cautioning Bad Effects of Cross Culture Specially Dowry
(Review a Garhwali Drama ‘Audal’ by Mohan Singh Bisht about Cautioning Bad Effects of Cross Culture)
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एशियाई नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , दक्षिण एशियाई नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,सार्क देशो के नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,भारतीय नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , उत्तर भारतीय नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,हिमालयी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,मध्य हिमालयी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा 
उत्तराखंडी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,कुमाउनी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , गढवाली नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा लेखमाला

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                     Cross culture has benefits and negative effects too. When Garhwalis came in contact with other societies in plains they learn many positive aspects from other societies and adapted themselves for future benefits.  However, Garhwalis adapted a couple of negative custom from plains. One the dangerous custom is groom side taking dowry from bride side.  Garhwali Drama ‘Audal’ by Mohan Singh Bisht is about a couple of negative effects of cross culture specially Garhwalis adapting dowry custom. The drama is relevant till date. Mohan Sigh Bisht has been successful in dramatizing Garhwalis leaving their beneficial culture and adapting new unwanted culture in plains and in Garhwal as well. The characterization and dialogues suit the theme of bad effects of dowry.
 Geetanjali Kala Manch staged ‘Audal’ a Garhwali Drama Cautioning Bad Effects of Cross Culture Specially Dowry in 1982 in Delhi.

References:
1-Dr Anil Dabral, Garhwali Gady Parampara (Garhwali Dramas from beginning till 1990)
2-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Garhwali dramas from beginning till 1975)
3-Dr Sudharani, Garhwal ka  Rangmanch (Garhwali Dramas  from beginning till 1985)
4-Drama special issue of Chitthi Patri magazine (Garhwali Dramas and plays staged in Delhi, Karachi, Mumbai, Dehradun and other places)
5- Dr Hari Datt Bhatt Shailesh, Garhwali Natak evam Rangmanch: Ek Vihngam Avlokan (Garhwali Drams and theatres from beginning till 1985)
6-Dr Bhakt Darshan: Barrister Mukandi Lal Srmriti Granth (Garhwali dramatists or theatres playwrights till 1985
7-Dr Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (pp108-116, about contribution of Bhagwati Prasad Panthri for developing Garhwali drama)

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एशियाई नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , दक्षिण एशियाई नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,सार्क देशो के नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,भारतीय नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , उत्तर भारतीय नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,हिमालयी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,मध्य हिमालयी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा,उत्तराखंडी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा ,कुमाउनी नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , गढवाली नाटकों में दहेज प्रथा , लेखमाला जारी .....


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Jankjod: A Garhwali Drama Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality of Migrated Garhwali

            (Review of a Garhwali Drama ‘Jankjod’ (1975) by Rajendra Dhashmana)

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नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते नाटक, नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते एशियाई नाटक, नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते दक्षिण एशियाई नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते सार्क देशों के नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते भारतीय नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते उत्तर भारतीय नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते हिमालयी नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते मध्य हिमालयी नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते उत्तराखंडी नाटक,
नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते कुमाउनी नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते गढ़वाली नाटक लेखमाला

                                               Bhishma Kukreti

     It is fact that in last century; most of the migrated Garhwalis of Delhi were in government jobs. It is not unnatural that those Garhwalis were having a bureaucratic mentality. Rajendra Dhashmana wrote a satirical drama ‘Jankjod’ (1975) on the bureaucratic mentality of migrated Garhwalis. The drama illustrates the obstructive ways of bureaucratic mentality being used also  in social work taken by migrated Garhwalis.
                  Staged in 1975 in Delhi,   ‘Jankjod’ written by Rajendra Dhashmana and directed by Mohan Dandriyal is a mile stone in Garhwali dramas for making Garhwali dramas modern and more realistic. Dhashmana was successful in creating sharp satire on selfish mentality of human beings while taking social work or community work.


References:
1-Dr Anil Dabral, Garhwali Gady Parampara (Garhwali Dramas from beginning till 1990)
2-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Garhwali dramas from beginning till 1975)
3-Dr Sudharani, Garhwal ka  Rangmanch (Garhwali Dramas  from beginning till 1985)
4-Drama special issue of Chitthi Patri magazine (Garhwali Dramas and plays staged in Delhi, Karachi, Mumbai, Dehradun and other places)
5- Dr Hari Datt Bhatt Shailesh, Garhwali Natak evam Rangmanch: Ek Vihngam Avlokan (Garhwali Drams and theatres from beginning till 1985)
6-Dr Bhakt Darshan: Barrister Mukandi Lal Srmriti Granth (Garhwali dramatists or theatres playwrights till 1985
7-Dr Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (pp108-116, about contribution of Bhagwati Prasad Panthri for developing Garhwali drama)

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Notes on Asian Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, South Asian Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, SAARC countries Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, Indian Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, North Indian Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, Himalayan Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, Mid Himalayan Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, Uttarakhandi Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, Kumauni Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality, Garhwali Dramas Illustrating the Obstructive Bureaucratic Mentality to be continued….
नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते नाटक, नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते एशियाई नाटक, नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते दक्षिण एशियाई नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते सार्क देशों के नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते भारतीय नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते उत्तर भारतीय नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते हिमालयी नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते मध्य हिमालयी नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते उत्तराखंडी नाटक,
नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते कुमाउनी नाटक,नौकरशाही मानसिकता पर चोट करते गढ़वाली नाटक लेखमाला जारी ...

 

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