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Friday, March 18, 2011

Kosli Sambalpuri Drama "MAU" set to enter LIMCA BOOK OF RECORDS

Kosli Sambalpuri Drama "MAU" is all set to enter Limca Book Of Records. This Maha Natak is to be organized on 8th and 9th April 2011 by Nabjeevan Cultural Group Sundergarh said it's president Sri Pradip Bhol.

The specialty of this drama is that it will be performed live by 100 artists over an area of 11,000 square foot (i.e an adivasi village will constructed specially for this drama).

This will be the largest open air drama ever performed in India.

Mau is the story of problem and negligence faced by the innocent tribals by the state administration and how they are lure by the maoist to join the cadre.This drama will look at the other side of an innocent tribal and how unknowingly he was forced to took arm .....


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