Jungle Desh Hamara & Andha Kaun Part 1
Imtehaan Ki Tayyari & SandrilaJaadu Ka Dweep & Shabash DostonJis Din Chor Aaya & Sone Ka Kangan

Bal Rang Manch Drama Series – Hindi Plays For Children


Bal Rang Manch: Bhaag 1 – 4 are eight plays (two per part) in this series offer a wide range of entertaining and educational material for children from primary to secondary level, to perform, read and enjoy. Woven into some of the storylines are issues like protecting the environment and compassion for one’s fellow creatures. Others offer sheer fun and fantasy. These plays are suitable not only for children but all those young at heart.
Bhaag 1- “Jungal Desh Hamaara”, “Andhaa Kaun”
Bhaag 2- “Jis Din Chor Aaya”, “Sone ka Kangan”,
Bhaag 3- “Jaadu ka Dweep”, “Shaabaash Doston”
Bhaag 4- “Imtehaan ki Taiyaari”, “Sandreela”

Note : Serious theatre groups are welcome to perform the plays in these publications. However, they are requested to seek permission from the Sadhana Sanskriti Pratishtan and to pay a small royalty according to their means.
[Contact details: 10/97 Rajendra Nagar III, Sahibabad, Ghaziabad 201005; www.facebook.com/SadhanaTheatreArts; sadhanatheatre@gmail.com]

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Lalit Mohan Thapliyal was a well known Garhwali and Hindi playwright, actor, and director whose career spanned six decades. His works include 9 full length plays, 30 one-act plays, including plays for children of various age groups, and 4 dance dramas. A journalist by profession, he worked with leading papers including the National Herald and the Hindustan Times and then with the Public Information Division of the WHO. He was awarded the Jaishree Samman by the Garhwali Bhasha Parishad, Dehradun in 1986. He received the Children’s Book Trust award for drama in a children’s literature competition for The Magic Island, in 1988. His play Chimtewale Baba won the Sahitya Kala Parishad Delhi All-India Playwriting Competition (1988-89). He was awarded the Mohan Rakesh Samman in 1996 for Panne ki Angoothi.

Wherever he lived his love of theatre stayed with him and he continued to write and direct his plays. In the late 1970s he established a Hindi language theatre group in Geneva, Switzerland, where he was posted. He returned to India in 1983 after his retirement from the WHO and for the next 21 years devoted himself to theatre full time. He established the Sadhana Sanskriti Pratishthan, a trust devoted to raising the quality of community life by raising cultural awareness. He believed that theatre was a very important educational tool and organized annual summer workshops for children, all gratis. Every year he directed and produced 4 to 5 plays with his theatre group, the Sadhana Natya Kala Kendra.

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Lalit Mohan Thapliyal





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Drama, Play

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