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Andher Nagri, Writer: Bhartendu Harishchandr, Director: B. V. Karanth.
Image: Andher Nagri, Writer: Bhartendu Harishchandr, Director: B. V. Karanth. (NP Acc. No. 1659)

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  • Audio Clippings (3)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Play/Event: Conversation between Badal Sircar and Kirti Jain (in English)
      Place of Performance: Badal Sircar's house, Kolkata
      Format: Audio
      Source/Accession No: NP/K-462c2, 463c2. PV-418, 419. DVD-661c3, 662c3. CD-663, 664
      Description/Notes: This material transcribed by Rohit Chhabra. This conversation is also available in Video.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 2
      Play/Event: Badal Sircar's Speech on 'Towards Free theatre' (English)
      Group/Place: Anamika, Kolkata, West Bengal
      Format: Audio
      Date: 1974
      Source/Accession No: NP/K-468
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 3
      Play/Event: Natya Path - Udyog Prabha and Bhool Rasta (Bangla)
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Group/Place: Natya Shodh, Kolkata, West Bengal
      Format: Audio
      Source/Accession No: NP/ K-467
      Description/Notes: Play Reading: Badal Sircar, Received from Natya Shodh Sansthan Archives.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Books (7)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Title: Voyages in the Theatre - Shri Ram Memorial Lectures - IV
      Writer/Editor: Badal Sircar
      Publisher/Place: Shri Ram Centre, Delhi
      Year: 1993
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 837
      Description/Notes: (iv) 67 p; 21x17 C. M. , 95/-
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 2
      Title: Shri Ram Memorial Lectures-XII. The Indian Theatre.
      Writer/Editor: Dnyaneshwar Nadkarni
      Publisher/Place: Shri Ram Centre, Delhi
      Year: 1999
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 1017
      Description/Notes: Pg.18 - (Lecture I): His name is mentioned along with Tagore, Ibsen and Sophocles while discussing about Shambhu Mitra. Pg.19 - Lecture - His name mentioned one amongst the four major figures of contemporary Indian Theatre. Pg.20-21 - According to Nadkarni, Badal Sircar is one of the most dynamic figures on the Indian stage. He is in the habit of changing his postures suddenly and challenging our established opinion about him. Writings and productions of Badal Sircar are also mentioned. Pg. 21 - Mention of Nadkarni's meeting with Badal Sircar in Calcutta in a tea shop.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 3
      Title: Plays, Players and Playwrights. A Collection of Articles on Theatre, Delhi
      Writer/Editor: Laxmi Chandrashekar
      Publisher/Place: B. R. Publishing Corporation, Delhi
      Year: 1999
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 656
      Description/Notes: Xii. 186pg. 12 photo's, Rs. 325/-. Pg. 10 - (The Beginning ) In the author's opinion during the seventies Badal Sircar's Third Theatre significantly influenced Kannada Theatre. Pg. 73 - (No Fooling): Badal Sircar's association with Khalid Tyabji stimulated Tyabji to think about the relationship between art and society. Pg. 104 - (Transforming the Narrative): According to the author the Bangladesh familiar with Badal Sircar's third theatre, hailed Devendraj Ankur's Kahani Ka Rangmanch as the fourth theatre. Pg. 132 - (The Maverick): Badal Sircar's 'Evam Indrajit' was produced by Narasimhan with his group 'Prachodana in low budget.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 4
      Title: Asides, Themes in Contemporary Indian Theatre
      Writer/Editor: Nemichandra Jain
      Publisher/Place: National School of Drama, Delhi
      Year: 2007
      Source/Accession No: NP/
      Description/Notes: 206 Pgs., Rs. 300/-, Pg. 8 - (Background and Perspective): In the sixties Badal Sircar wrote Evam Indrajit, Baki Itihas and Pagla Ghoda. Pg. 32 - (An Ensemble with a difference): Badal Sircar's 'Pagla Ghoda' directred by Satyadev Dubey for the NSD Repertory. Pg. 108-109 - (Treatment of Violence): In the sixties he treated the question of War and Violence in his Bengali play 'Tringsha Shatabdi' (The Thirtieth Century). Pg.109 - He placed the Hiroshima destruction in his 'Baki Itihas'. Pg. 110 - he also exemplified Violence in two different settings in his 'Spartacus' and 'Michhil'. Pg. 131 - (Dramatic Performance and Narrative): Mention of his 'Evam Indrajit' written under the influence of post war Absurdist movement in the west. Pg. 141 - (The Child) in his 'Juloos' , a child who has been killed is the main character, His treatment of the child is abstract. Pg.169 - (Diverse Strands): Photograph of Badal Sircar's path breaking Bengali play 'Evam Indrajit' in Hindi translation by Pratibha Agrawal directed by Shyamanand Jalan for Anamika, Kolkata, 1968. Pg.177 - (A Cultural Colony): According to Nemi ji almost all hindi theatre groups performed adaptations and translations from other languages including 'Pagla Ghoda' i.e. translation of Badal Sircar's Bengali play.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 5
      Title: From the Wings, Notes on Indian Theatre,
      Writer/Editor: Nemichandra Jain
      Publisher/Place: National School of Drama, Delhi
      Year: 2007
      Description/Notes: X., ii, 276 pg., 22x14 cm., Rs. - 300/- . Pg.47 (New Trends in Dramatic Writing); According to the author Badal Sircar's Bhoma portrays the exploitation and misery of a tribal, while 'Sukhpathya Bharater Itihas depicts the plight of common people groaning under the rapacious rule of the Indian upper classes after independence. Pg. 49 - Badal Sircar uses various kinds of stylisation, He utilises music, song and dance movement. His plays are more like production scripts than regular dramatic writing. Pg. 67, 68 - (The Playwright in a New Role): Ten day workshop for actors conducted by Badal Sircar. Half page photograph of a workshop production of 'Basi Khabar' written and directed by Badal Sircar. Pg. 68 - inspired probably by Richard Shechner, Badal Sircar has developed an approach and style of his own. Pg. 69 - Significance of plays produced by Badal Sircar. Pg. 70 - Half Page photograph of 'Basi Khabar'. Pg. 70 - According to the author Indian Theatre is the poorer to see Badal Babu drift away from regular dramatic writing. Pg. 90 - (The Creative Aritst): He participated in a seminar on nature of creative experience in Fine Arts and Literature organised by JNU in 1977. Pg. 104 - (Year of the Professionals): Shri Ram Centre's performance of Badal Sircar's 'Pagla Ghoda' in Hindi directed by Rajinder Nath. Pg. 104 - His 'Ballabhpur ki Roop Katha' was in rehearsal in 1980 at the same repertory under Jaydev Hattangadi's - direction. Pg. 104 - Half page photograph of SRC, Repertory production of 'Pagla Ghoda' directed by Rajinder Nath. Pg. 118 - (Delay in Drama Festival): His name mentioned as one of the stalwarts of the sixties who brought a sudden fresh breeze and vitality in Indian Theatre. Pg. 122 - (Presenting Theatre Abroad): Mention of Badal Sircar's 'Juloos' for taking it abroad. pg. 126 - (Theatre Season warming up): Badal Sircar's 'Ant Nahin' staged by Rupantar under Anjali Rai Mehta's direction. Pg. 151 - (State of the Theatre in Bengal): According to Nemiji post independence Bengal had produced Badal Sircar, a major playwright. Pg. 227 - (How Hindi is Hindi Theatre): His plays were introduced not only in Bengali but also in Hindi.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Brochures (45)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Play/Title: Baki Itihas
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Performance Language: Hindi
      Translator/Adaptor/Dramatizer: Nemi Chandra Jain
      Original Language/Title/Form: Bengali
      Group, Place: National School of Drama, Final Year Student, Delhi
      Director: Robin Das
      Actors: Suman Kumar, Rajesh Kumar Singh, Geeta Tyagee
      Music Director: B. Ratna
      Design: Amarjeet Sharma, Ram Pratap, Ram Choudhary
      Place of Performance: Aiwan-e-Ghalib Auditorium
      Date: 3 - 6 August 1995
      Source/Accession No: NP/1187, 3352
      Description/Notes: Synopsis, Translations, Notes, Information about director and director's own note about play.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 2
      Play/Title: Shesh Nei
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Performance Language: Bangla
      Original Language/Title/Form: Bangla
      Group, Place: Jajabar Gosthi, Delhi
      Director: Badal Sircar
      Music Director: Netai Majumdar
      Place of Performance: AIFACS Auditorium, Delhi
      Date: 02 October 1977
      Source/Accession No: NP/561
      Description/Notes: Performed on the occasion of 13th Annaual Day Celebration.
      Synopsis of the play.
      Light: Sunil Choudhary.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 3
      Play/Title: Aabu Hussain Mane Hatthat Badshahi
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Performance Language: Hindi
      Translator/Adaptor/Dramatizer: Pratibha Agarwal
      Original Language/Title/Form: Bangla
      Group, Place: Bhartendu Natya Akademi, 2nd year students, Lucknow, UP
      Director: Urmil Kumar Thapliyal
      Actors: Raj Yadav, Chitra Pandey and others
      Music Director: Urmil Kumar Thapiyal
      Design: Ram Umanath Bali, Auditorium, Keserbag, Lucknow
      Place of Performance: Lucknow
      Date: 19 - 20 January 1994
      Source/Accession No: NP/2871
      Description/Notes: Lights: Sanjay Srivastava; Costume: Brijesh Vyas.
      About the group, music, playwright and translator's note.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 4
      Play/Title: Juloos
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Performance Language: Hindi
      Translator/Adaptor/Dramatizer: Yama Saraf
      Original Language/Title/Form: Bangla
      Group, Place: Darpan, Uttar Pardesh: Sitapur
      Director: Vijay Kapoor
      Actors: Vijay Kapoor, Alok Tondon
      Place of Performance: Chitra Cinema, Sitapur
      Date: 13 October 1978
      Source/Accession No: NP/2956
      Description/Notes: Light: Peer Gulam Singh; Costume: Niranjanlal Agnihotri.
      Note about the play by group and Pratibha Agarwal.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 5
      Play/Title: Badi Buaji
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Performance Language: Hindi
      Translator/Adaptor/Dramatizer: Pratibha Agrawal
      Original Language/Title/Form: Bangla, Bodo Pishima
      Group, Place: Agredoot, Delhi
      Director: Shiv Kumar Joshi
      Actors: Bakul ghosh, Ram Avtar Bagla
      Place of Performance: Fine Arts Theatre
      Date: 4 - 6 March 1976
      Source/Accession No: NP/932-1
      Description/Notes: Lights: Presh Dutt; Set: Suresh Dutt; Sponsored by: Anamika Group.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Invitations (11)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Play/Event: Teesvin Sadi
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Translator/Adaptor/Form: Ram Gopal Bajaj
      Group/Place: Abhiyan, Delhi
      Director: Rajinder Nath
      Place of Performance: Shri Ram Centre
      Date: 4-11th March, 1999 at 6:30pm
      Source/Accession No: NP
      Description/Notes: Seven Plays Organised by Sahitya Kala Parishad in "Bhartendu Natya Utsav "98". (1) Teen Take ka Swang. (2) Teesvin Sadi. (3) Ek Mamuli Aadmi. (4) Trojan Women.(5) Daaku. (6) Choti Si Khushi and (7) Nagin Tera Vansh Badhe
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 2
      Play/Event: Pagla Ghoda
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Group/Place: Kshitij, Delhi
      Director: Bipin Kumar
      Place of Performance: Raimje Inter College (Almora)
      Date: 1-2 Aug. 1995, 6:30pm
      Source/Accession No: NP
      Description/Notes: Designer: Bipin Kumar, Music: Vinod Kumar, Presentation of Theatre Camp Almorah - 1st July to 1st August, 1995. with the assistance by Ministry of Human Resource Development, Culture Department of Govt. Of India.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 3
      Play/Event: Sagina Mahto
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Group/Place: Saakshi Kala Manch, Delhi
      Director: Saurabh Shukla
      Place of Performance: Sri Ram Centre (Basment)
      Date: 16-18 Oct. at 6:45pm
      Source/Accession No: NP
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 4
      Play/Event: Dwairath
      Group/Place: Sangeet Natak Akademi, Delhi
      Director: Badal Sircar
      Place of Performance: Siri Fort Auditorium
      Date: 29-30 January 2003, 6:30pm
      Source/Accession No: NP
      Description/Notes: Performedon the occasion of Sangeet Natak Akademi Golden Jubilee Function.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 5
      Play/Event: Sangeet Natak Akademi Golden Jubilee
      Group/Place: Sangeet Natak Akademi, Delhi
      Place of Performance: Siri Fort Auditorium, Delhi
      Date: Tuesday, 28 Jan. 2003, 6:30 p.m.
      Source/Accession No: NP
      Description/Notes: Badal Sircar, Ebrahim Alkazi and others, On theoccasion of Sangeet Natak Akademi Golden Jubilee.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Newspaper Clippings (89)
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    • Serial No: 6
      Writing Form/Subject: Report
      Writer: Anand Lal
      Title: Third Theatre Struggle OnWard.
      Newspaper Name: Telegraph, Calcutta
      Language: English
      Date: 9.08.1996
      Source: NP
      Description/Notes: Third Theatre Continues to protest against the iniquities it preceives all around.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 7
      Writing Form/Subject: Report
      Writer: Anand Lal
      Title: Up Close and Personal
      Newspaper Name: Telegraph, Calcutta
      Language: English
      Date: 27.10.2000
      Source: NP
      Description/Notes: Activities, Moto and all about the Third Theatre, Badal Sircar. The founder of Third Theatre.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 8
      Writing Form/Subject: Award
      Title: Badal Sircar to get Kalidas Samman.
      Newspaper Name: The Statesman
      Language: English
      Date: 25.01.1994
      Source: NP
      Description/Notes: The Prestegious Kalidas Samman by M.P Government.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 9
      Writing Form/Subject: Lecture
      Title: Breaking Stage Barriers
      Newspaper Name: S. T.
      Language: English
      Date: 22.04.1982
      Source: NP
      Description/Notes: Badal Sircar delivering the 19th Maulana Azad Memorial Lecture, New Delhi, Pointed out the for over a hundred year theatre operating in India.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 10
      Writing Form/Subject: Interview
      Writer: Chaman Ahuja
      Title: I'm A Play - Maker
      Newspaper Name: Times of India
      Language: English
      Date: 2.09.1979
      Source: NP
      Description/Notes: Theatre is neither the playwright's nor the director's - rather, it is the performers
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Periodicals (126)
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    • Serail No: 1
      Writing Form: Article
      Writer: Badal Sircar
      Title: A "Third Theatre"
      Journal: Enact, Monthly, Delhi
      Language: English
      Date: Sep. Oct. 1981
      Volume: 177, 178
      Source: NP / 40
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serail No: 2
      Writer: Badal Sircar
      Title: Badal Sircar
      Journal: Seagull Theatre Qty. Calcutta
      Language: English
      Date: Jun-Sep 2002
      Volume: 34, 35
      Source: NP / 2737
      Description/Notes: Page : 121-124 : Badal Sircar three play : Drocession / Bhoma / State News. Translated by Samik Bandyopadhay (Seagull Books, Calcutta 1983).
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serail No: 3
      Writing Form: Report
      Writer: Corresoudent
      Title: Anamika Kala Sagaul's Hindi Theatre Centuary Festival
      Journal: Enact, Monthly, Delhi
      Language: English
      Date: January - February, 1969
      Volume: Vol. 25-26
      Source: NP/ 28
      Description/Notes: P-28: Badal Sircar play 'Evam Indrajit' Directed by Shyamanand Jalal presented in Anamika Kala Sangam.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serail No: 4
      Writing Form: Interview
      Writer: Badal Sircar
      Title: On an interview with Badal Sircar
      Journal: Enact, Monthly, Delhi
      Language: English
      Date: Mar. 1969
      Volume: 27
      Source: NP / 28
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serail No: 5
      Writing Form: Article
      Writer: Badal Sircar
      Title: Our Street Theatre
      Journal: Sangeet Natak, Qty, Delhi
      Language: English
      Date: Jul-Sep. 1983
      Volume: 69
      Source: SNA, NP / 105
      Description/Notes: Page-23 : Badal Sircar, the renowned playwright is the award winner of Sangeet Natak Akademi for the year 1968. He was a Jawaharlal Nehru Fellow (1971-73) and receipient of Padmashri. His plays "Evam Indrajit", "Baki Itihas" and "Pagla ghoda" well known. He has been practicing an alternative theatre known as the Third Theatre through Satabdi Theatre Group which functions outside the conventional Proscenium stage and includes intimate and open air theatre.Details about the street theatre with photo.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Photographs (81)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Play/Event: Bhoma
      Playwright: Badal Sircar (in Bangla)
      Performance Language: Hindi
      Translator/Adaptor: Ashok Bhaumik/
      Group/Place: Samanantar/ Uttar Pradesh, Ajamgarh
      Director: Anil Ranjan Baumik
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 155
      Description/Notes: Black & White
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 2
      Play/Event: Ram Shyam - Jadu
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Translator/Adaptor: Pratibha Aggrwal/
      Group/Place: Darpan/ Uttar Pradesh: Sitapur
      Director: Vijay Kapoor
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 263
      Description/Notes: Black & White
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 3
      Play/Event: Evam Indrajit
      Playwright: Badal Sircar (in Bangla)
      Performance Language: Hindi
      Translator/Adaptor: Pratibha Aggrwal/
      Group/Place: Abhinete/ Chandigarh
      Director: Atulveer Arora
      Year: 1976, Sep.
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 603 - 605
      Description/Notes: Black & White
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 4
      Play/Event: Baki Itihas
      Playwright: Badal Sircar
      Translator/Adaptor: Nemichandra Jain/
      Group/Place: Ank/ Maharashtra, Mumbai
      Director: Dinesh Thakur
      Actor: Dinesh Thakur, Anant Mahadevan
      Place of Performance: Manzar Theatre
      Year: 16 Feb., 1987
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 1407, 7016/ 7020 c2, 7017 c2, 7014 -15, 7013/ 7019
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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    • Serial No: 5
      Play/Event: Hatta Melar Opare
      Source/Accession No: NP/ 11133 - 11137
      Description/Notes: Gifted by Badal Sircar. Black & White.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Scripts (1)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Play: A Critical Evaluation of three major plays of Badal Sircar
      Playwright: Subhash Udgata
      Source/Accession No: NP/61
      Description/Notes: Tr. Badal Sircar, 44 pg; 28x22 cm. Three Major Plays. (i) Evam Indrajit - 1 to 16 pg. (ii) Pagla Ghora - 1 to 15 pg. (iii) Baki Itihas - 1 to 12 pg. Gifted by Kirti Jain.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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  • Video Clippings (9)
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    • Serial No: 1
      Play/Event: Badal Sircar's Conversation with Kirti Jain
      Place of Performance: Kolkata
      Format: Mini Dat Casstte
      Date: 21th, December, 2005
      Source/Accession No: NP/418, 419
      Description/Notes: Source: Kirti Jain. Mini Dat Casette.Mini Dat Soni Cassette. .
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 2
      Play/Event: Photographs of Badal Sircar
      Format: Video CD
      Date: 12th January,
      Source/Accession No: NP/572
      Description/Notes: Original gifted by Rani Mitra.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 3
      Play/Event: Photographs of Shambhu Mitra, Badal Sircar and Shyamanand Jalan
      Source/Accession No: NP/269
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 4
      Play/Event: Photographs of the exhibition on the occasion of Rang Samvaad, 2006
      Playwright: Nandkishor Acharya
      Director: Rajender Nath
      Group/Place: Natarang Pratishthan, Delhi
      Format: Photo CD
      Source/Accession No: NP/469
      Description/Notes: Actress - Salima Raza. Photgraphs of the plays written by Badal Sircar.
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
    • Serial No: 5
      Play/Event: Photographs of the exhibition on the occasion of Rang Samvaad, 27-28 April, 07: Dialogue with Vijaya Mehta and Satyadev Dubey
      Group/Place: Natarang Pratishthan, Delhi
      Format: Photo CD
      Source/Accession No: NP/801
      Description/Notes: Photographs of Brochure of play "Pagla Ghoda" written by Badal Sircar. Performed by Theatre Unit on 16 March, 1972
      Director/Actor being documented: Badal Sircar
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