Tughlaq is a historical play in the manner of the nineteenth-century Parsee theatre. It deals with the tumultous reign of the medieval Sultan, Muhammad Tuhlaq, a visionary, a poet and one of the most gifted individuals to ascend the throne of Delhi who also came to be considered one of themost spectacular failure in history.Hayavadana was one of the first modern Indian plays to employ traditional theatre techniques. The various conventions - music, mime, masks, the framing narrative, the mixing of human and non-human worlds - are here used for a simultaneous presentation of alternative points of view, for alternativeanalyses of human problem posed by a story from the Kathasaritsagar.In Naga-Mandala, Karnad turns to oral tales, usually narrated by women while feeding children in the kitchen. Two such tales are fused here. The first one comments on the paradoxical nature of oral tales in general: they have an existence of their own, independent of the teller, and yet live onlywhen they are passed on from one to another. Ensconced within this is the story of a girl who makes up tales in order to come to grips with her life.
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A.K. Ramanujan AAZAM ACTOR Ain-ul-Mulk Alla-Ho-Akbar AMIR ant-hill Appanna audience AZIZ BARANI bathroom Bhagavata Sir body Brahmin child comes crying curtain dark Daulatabad dead Delhi DEVADATTA DOLL door Door-Keeper ELDER enters eyes face father FLAME frightened front Ghiyas-ud-din Abbasid goddess goes hair hand happened Hayavadana head heard Hindu Holiness horse husband Indian Islam Kali Kannada KAPILA Kathasaritsagara Khalif kill King Cobra KURUDAWA laugh listen live lock long silence look Majesty mean Mother MUHAMMAD Muhammad Tughlaq Muslim NAGA Najib never night PADMINI palace Parsi Pause play playwrights pray prayer RANI RATANSINGH running Scene scream servant Sheikh Imam-ud-din SHIHAB-UD-DIN Shut Sings sits sleep smile snake soldiers song stage stands stares starts STEP-MOTHER stop story Suddenly Sultan talk tell temple theatre There's thing throne tomorrow Tughlaq Ujjain village voice wait What's woman word worry Yakshagana young