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GUWAHATI, Jan 5 - Asom Natya Sanmilan, born 53 years ago to maintain the continuity of the theatre movement in the State, will hold its 54th annual conference from January 8 to 11 at the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra here.

The Sanmilan, which promotes innovative and acclaimed plays, is an amateur theatre organisation. This year�s annual conference is being organised with an array of exceptional programmes.

Apart from staging of eight plays selected in the zonal competition, Karnabharam, a Sanskrit play by one of the celebrated Sanskrit playwrights Bhasa, will be staged by Varanasi�s Gyan Prabah - Centre for Cultural Studies and Research under the aegis of the Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi.

The programme will also have Ankiya play Ramvijay by Sattriya Kendra, Guwahati; Hindi plays Gazab Teri Adah and Ghasiram Kotwal by a repertory group of the National School of Drama and six children�s plays, apart from workshops and discussions on recitation, one-act play, mime etc., said a statement.

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Sanskrit, Hindi plays for Natya Sanmilan

GUWAHATI, Jan 5 - Asom Natya Sanmilan, born 53 years ago to maintain the continuity of the theatre movement in the State, will hold its 54th annual conference from January 8 to 11 at the Srimanta Sankaradeva Kalakshetra here.

The Sanmilan, which promotes innovative and acclaimed plays, is an amateur theatre organisation. This year�s annual conference is being organised with an array of exceptional programmes.

Apart from staging of eight plays selected in the zonal competition, Karnabharam, a Sanskrit play by one of the celebrated Sanskrit playwrights Bhasa, will be staged by Varanasi�s Gyan Prabah - Centre for Cultural Studies and Research under the aegis of the Sangeet Natak Akademi, New Delhi.

The programme will also have Ankiya play Ramvijay by Sattriya Kendra, Guwahati; Hindi plays Gazab Teri Adah and Ghasiram Kotwal by a repertory group of the National School of Drama and six children�s plays, apart from workshops and discussions on recitation, one-act play, mime etc., said a statement.

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