Tughlaq (Oxford India Perennials)

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ISBN:

9780198077138

Publication date:

16/04/2012

Paperback

144 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Price: 210.00 INR

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ISBN:

9780198077138

Publication date:

16/04/2012

Paperback

144 pages

215.0x140.0mm

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Girish Karnad

Rights:  World Rights

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Girish Karnad

Description

Tughlaq deals with the reign of the fourteenth-century ruler of Delhi, Muhammad bin Tughlaq, who is acknowledged as one of the most brilliant rulers in Indian history and one of its most spectacular failures as well. In his introduction Girish Karnad recounts the play’s genesis and talks of the various interpretations the play has had in the different regional theatres of India. Aparna Dharwadker charts the complex textual and cultural ramifications, which have made it a work of intensely contemporary political relevance. With an Introduction by U.R. Ananthamurthy, this Oxford India Perennials edition bears testimony to Tughlaq’s enduring popularity since it was first staged in 1966.

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Girish Karnad

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Girish Karnad

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Girish Karnad

Part of Oxford India Perennials

Girish Karnad

Description

Tughlaq deals with the reign of the fourteenth-century ruler of Delhi, Muhammad bin Tughlaq, who is acknowledged as one of the most brilliant rulers in Indian history and one of its most spectacular failures as well. In his introduction Girish Karnad recounts the play’s genesis and talks of the various interpretations the play has had in the different regional theatres of India. Aparna Dharwadker charts the complex textual and cultural ramifications, which have made it a work of intensely contemporary political relevance. With an Introduction by U.R. Ananthamurthy, this Oxford India Perennials edition bears testimony to Tughlaq’s enduring popularity since it was first staged in 1966.

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