Performing Artistes in Ancient India
The Book Studies The Evolution Of Ancient Indian Theatre: It Deals With The Dramatic Troupes, Abhinaya, The Stage And Auditorium And Visuals Depicting Scenes Etched On Temples And Caves. It Examines The Kinds Of Performing Artistes And Their Contributions.
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Genesis of Indian Theatre
Actors and Their Contribution to Theatre in Ancient India
Actresses and their Contribution to Theatre in Ancient India
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