Vijay Tendulkar has been in the vanguard of Indian theater for almost forty years. These five plays: Silence!, Vultures, Sakharam, Encounter, and Kamala are some of his best-known, most socially relevant, and also most controversial. His work will interest anyone concerned with Indian theater and writing, as well as literature and drama students.
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