Ramnabami-Natak: the story of Ram and Nabami
Oxford University Press, Jan 15, 2007 - Drama - 72 pages
Written in 1857, Ramnabami-Natak was the first modern Assamese play on a secular theme. The playwright, Gunabhiram Barua, drew upon certain liberal intellectual trends in contemporary Bengal to write extensively on women's education, child marriage, and polygamy.
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