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Description- It is said about the Mahabharat that whatever is present in this world, is also present in it; that which is not in the Mahabharat, is nowhere. Presenting this truth in the form of the Legend of Krishna (Krishna Katha) from Uttaras Mahabharat, is this play Upsanghaar.

At the heart of this play is the story of Dwarkas Lord, Shri Krishnas final days. It is as much poignant as it is heroic. This is as much as Krishnas story as it is of the creation and destruction of Dwarka. Krishna is the most significant character in the Mahabharat – he is Yogeshwar, the divine player and a God.

The meaning and futility of war; the meaningless mutual-destruction of a directionless new generation of Dwarka, which faces a battle between truth and untruth; the loneliness of Krishna after he reaches the pinnacle of success and many such foundational questions are pondered upon in this dramatic presentation of Upsanghaar.

Written and Directed By: Raj Narain Dixit (based on a novel by Kashi Nath Singh).

 

Date- 15 Feb, 07:00 PM

Venue- Shri Ram Centre: Delhi,
4, Safdar Hashmi Marg, Mandi House, Delhi, NCR 110001, India