Theatrical adaptation of ‘Historical Victory of River War’ for the first time
Jaipur, 30 September 2023: Last time in the Sahitya Sangam held from 28 September to 2 October, a drama presentation was held on the sacrifice of Dhay Maa Pannra. In the same sequence, this year on Saturday, 30th September, the dramatic staging of the glorious golden chapter ‘Diver Yudh Vijay’ was presented by Yuvatrang Sanskrit Natya Dal, Jaipur, working under the direction of Deepak Bhardwaj.
Abhimanyu Singh, convener of Shekhawati Sahitya Sangam, says that staging such a glorious and historical drama will help in bringing awareness to India’s thoughts and self-respect in every home and every person. It will especially awaken the feeling of victory in the young generation.
Diwar is not only a place of victory in Rajasthan but also a pilgrimage site that makes India proud in the whole world, where a grand victory memorial has also been built.
Dr. Nekiram, coordinator of the evening programs of Sahitya Sangam, says:
The scenes of this drama which are the center of main attraction – Maharana Pratap dismembering Bahlol Khan, Prince Amar Singh at the age of 14 attacking his commander Sultan Khan with a spear and dismembering him along with his horse. There was cooperation from the entire society including the tribe and Bhamashah’s dedication of his entire wealth for the motherland etc.
The artist troupe included co-director Sandeep along with Yashasvi, Arjun, Dev etc. For this, paid ticket system should be available at various counters and registration desks of the city.
Narsi organized the devotional evening with his bhajans.
Laxminarayan Bhala, Hiren Joshi, Indushekhar Tatpurush expressed their views on the subject of Indian Constitution and India’s self.
Bhala, Tatpurush, Joshi and Major Punia addressed on the topic of civil etiquette.
Indushekhar Tatpurush and Deepak Goswami discussed Hinduism in the present context. Major Punia interacted with the youth.
On Friday, the second day of Shekhawati Sahitya Sangam, special guest Major Surendra Punia, while addressing the audience on ‘India’s self-present challenges and our role’, described the ideological scam as the biggest scam in the country and intellectual terrorism as the biggest challenge.
Punia said that the identity of family, society and nation lies in his consciousness. The essence of India is Hindutva, it is not a religious term, it is the culture of India that has been going on for thousands of years. Major Punia said that we became independent in 1947 but not independent. There were big scams in the country but the biggest scam was the ideological scam. History has been misinterpreted. India was described as a dark country which was brought to light by the Mughals and the British.
The biggest tampering happened with the Constitution when the word secular was added to it during the Emergency. Talking about the challenges, Major said that intellectual terrorism is today’s biggest challenge. Courts are opened at night for terrorists like Burhan Wani and Yakub Memon. This selective intervention of the judiciary is fatal for the country.
The first session was of Bhagyashree ji in which Bhagyashree mainly talked about the participation of women in the development of India from ancient times till now, their progress, decline and empowerment.
In which he told that from the writing of Vedas in ancient times to the medieval period, many governments were run by women and at present women have also played an important role in the success of Chandrayaan Mission.
In the third session of the second day of Shekhawati Sahitya Sangam, writer Tej Singh Rathore discussed his book Jheel Ka Dard (story collection). Famous poet of Veer Ras, Ram Badhawar brought alive the glorious history of Rajasthan through poems. Poet Harish Hindustani attracted attention by reciting poetry. The audience was mesmerized after listening to Bhumika Jain’s poems on Shringaar Rasa, while the humorous poet Laturi Lath enthralled the audience with lines like ‘Sadhu saath wahen denge’.
In the first session of the program on Thursday, the topic “Revolution of Self-Based India” was discussed in which the main speakers were Arvind Mahala, senior journalist Archana Sharma, famous writers Anshu Harsh and Mahavir. In the second session, there was a detailed discussion on author Anshu Harsh’s book “Mahabharata ke Hanuman”. In the fourth session, there was a detailed discussion on the topic “Youth-Mental Health” in which Sunidhi Mishra, Archana Sharma, Pushpendra Panikar shared their views on stress among students and increasing cases of suicide. Sunidhi Mishra expressed her views on mental stress and increasing suicide cases. Pallavi said that to prevent suicide cases, children should be given a chance to start their career as per their wish rather than forcing them.