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The Last Days of Sardar Patel and the Mime Players
Vijay Tendulkar (Author)
the Last Days is a filmscript for Ketan Mehta's film, Sardar. Slightly revised from original version. Mime Players is on violence, evil and exploitation set in the villages of rural Bengal.
 
Kanyadaan
Vijay Tendulkar (Author), Gowri Ramnarayan (Translator)
A Play. Vijay Tendulkar Author of thirty full-length plays, twenty-three one-act plays, several of which have become classics of modern Indian theatre.
 
The Cyclist and His Fifth Woman: Two Plays by Vijay Tendulkar
Vijay Tendulkar (Author), Balwant Bhaneja (Translator)
This volume includes two plays by Vijay Tendulkar: the Fifth Woman, which address the injustices and inequalities suffered by married women, and The Cyclist, intended to be his last play.
 
Mitrachi Goshta: A Friend's Story: A Play in Three Acts
Vijay Tendulkar (Author),Gowri Ramnarayan (Translator)
This is the first translation of acclaimed Indian playwright Vijay Tendulkar's Mitrachi Gosha. A stark commentary on love--both hetero- and homo-sexual--this powerful play is set in the college campus world of India.
 
Understanding Reforms: Post 1991 India
Suresh D. Tendulkar (Author), Bhavani (Author)
This book details the remarkable transformation of India from a slow-growing economy in the late eighties to one of the fastest growing economies of the world.
 
Understanding Karma: In Light of Paul Ricoeur's Philosophical Anthropology and Hermeneutics
Shrinivas Tilak (Author)
Analysis of the ethical and social dimensions of the doctrine of karma in the Mahabharata and in modern India using Paul Ricoeur's philosophical anthropology and hermeneutics.
 

 

 
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