Part 1/ IMPERIAL PALMS WITHOUT HENNA: A definitive dissection of the War of Succession between Dara Shikoh and Aurangzeb, which changed the destiny of the Mughal Empire as well as of India; through the eyes of the condemned spinsters [Akbar the Great had prohibited marriage for Mughal princesses] Jahan Ara, Raushan Ara, and Gauhar Ara!
Old memories are active at some level in 'Teen Natak'. Their fundamental is ancient but the floor is so wide that it encompasses the contemporary man and his entire community.
'Rati ka Kangan' is the latest specific play of Surendra Verma, a senior author of Hindi. In the first look, utmost selfish Mallinaga is presented as the researcher of the subject related to 'Gita' but then became a victim of psychosomatic shabbiness in academic world and for the sake of money-earning he is forced to write 'Kama Sutra'.
In the 'Godse @ Gandhi.com' play of Dr. Asghar Wajahat, it has been assumed that Gandhi is not martyred from the shot by Godse... he survives. Then there happen a suggestive conversation between Gandhi and Godse. The play's other characters are also well-known, such as - Pyarelal, Jawaharlal Nehru, Sardar Patel, Maulana Azad and Nana Apte. In this play Gandhi also does new explanation for Truth, Non-violence, Power, Service, Manpower etc., words.
The literary world's well known-established litterateur, thinker and literature-seer Dr. Dharamvir Bharati has made its own niche by creating literature in prolific amount. Bharti ji has portrayed his lived, occupanted, felt and self around life in novel, story, drama and poetry. 'Nadi Pyasi Thi' is the collection of Dharamvir Bharati's five original plays-- 'Nadi Pyasi Thi', 'Neeli Jheel', 'Awaz ka Neelam', 'Sangamarmar Par Ek Raat', 'Srishti ka Aakhiri Aadmi' which touches the deep inner in terms of readability and staging.