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Sakharam Binder

Written by Vijay Tendulkar, one of India’s finest contemporary playwrights, originally in Marathi in 1972. This is one of his best- known plays. Sakharam, a book-binder, picks up other men’s discarded women – cast-off wives who would otherwise be rendered homeless and destitute, or be murdered with impunity – and takes them in as domestic servants and sex partners. Ruling his home like a tyrant, and telling each woman she is “free to leave” whenever she wants, he does not anticipate the moral and emotional complications of this arrangement, which prove heartbreakingly ruinous to everyone involved.

OCT 2018

Mee Kumar

Another masterpiece from Vijay Tendulkar. Originally written by Madhu Rai in Gujrathi and translated by Vijay Tendulkar. Part of Rungmunch's 'Tribute to Tendulkar' series.

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Ghashiram Kotwal

Ghashiram Kotwal is a Marathi play written by playwright Vijay Tendulkar in 1972. The play is a political satire, written as historical drama. It is based on the life of Nana Phadnavis, one of the prominent ministers in the court of the Peshwa of Pune and Ghashiram Kotwal, the police chief of the city. Its theme is how men in power give rise to ideologies to serve their purposes, and later destroy them when they become useless.

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