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Assamese version of Charan Das Chor

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GUWAHATI, Nov 9 � The Assamese translation of Habib Tanvir�s famous play Charan Das Chor, will be staged by Pinak group of Barpeta at the 8th Annual Brajanath Sarma Memorial Drama Festival tomorrow at the District Library Auditorium in the city from 6 pm.

Directed by Utpal Kumar Das, the satire narrates the story of a thief who gave words to his guru on four issues and in an attempt to keep his words, he lost his life. The play, in a beautiful way narrates that law is not equal for all and the ruling class always uses it against the poor.

Samahar performed the maiden show of Sankat, written and directed by Dr Sitanath Lahkar. This play is on the backdrop of recent killings of innocent people in BTAD. It highlights the impact of violence on children, who are left orphaned during such incidents.

Lal Paen (The Red Water) was performed yesterday by Odisha�s Belpahar-based SDA Mirror Theatre�as part of the ongoing theatre festival.

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Assamese version of Charan Das Chor

GUWAHATI, Nov 9 � The Assamese translation of Habib Tanvir�s famous play Charan Das Chor, will be staged by Pinak group of Barpeta at the 8th Annual Brajanath Sarma Memorial Drama Festival tomorrow at the District Library Auditorium in the city from 6 pm.

Directed by Utpal Kumar Das, the satire narrates the story of a thief who gave words to his guru on four issues and in an attempt to keep his words, he lost his life. The play, in a beautiful way narrates that law is not equal for all and the ruling class always uses it against the poor.

Samahar performed the maiden show of Sankat, written and directed by Dr Sitanath Lahkar. This play is on the backdrop of recent killings of innocent people in BTAD. It highlights the impact of violence on children, who are left orphaned during such incidents.

Lal Paen (The Red Water) was performed yesterday by Odisha�s Belpahar-based SDA Mirror Theatre�as part of the ongoing theatre festival.

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