Tagore’s Compositions enthral audience


Tagore’s Compositions enthral audience

 To mark the birth anniversary of Rabindranath Tagore, his compositions were brought alive in different forms, leaving the audience spellbound at Tagore Theatre here.

In order to make his birth anniversary memorable, Kalibari Chandigarh staged the compositions written by him like Pratham Kabita, Shyama, Kabuliwala, Bhikharini, in form of musical stories, songs and creative dance, and the creations were depicted on canvas painting,

Pranab Sen, President of Kalibari Socio-Cultural, Religious and Charitable Organization, Chandigarh, said, “Rabindranath Tagore was a world famous poet, litterateur, philosopher and visionary who breathed new life into Indian art and cultural consciousness through Bengali literature. The indelible impression of his writings still rules the hearts of all of us. Not only this, today’s young generation is also fond of reading the books written by him. Therefore, it would not be an exaggeration to call him the litterateur of the century.”

Tagore’s Compositions enthral audience

Pratham Kabita was also staged as a part of the celebrations by lead artist Amrita, while GS Dasgupta did the poetic narration. Amrita and Ananya did the song presentation, while Parismita and Anirban enthralled the audience with their creative art.

On the other hand, Tagore’s Kabuliwala, a short story in Bengali – another classic of Tagore’s tale of transcendent human bond and universal parenthood was also staged by Shibasish Dasgupta starring Piyush Nandy in the lead role of Kabuliwala and 7 year old Aishni.

Bhikharin, a short story in Hindi – a heart-wrenching drama of universal motherhood was also staged. The classic play of Tagore was directed by Mr. Sanjay Kashyap associated with Suryavanshi Theater Group.

Shyama, another epic creation that tells a complex story of passion and crime, love and sacrifice, sin, forgiveness and vengeance, was directed by Amrita Ganguly and choreographed by Archita Palit.


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