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मराठी संगीत नाटक महोत्सव

We are happy to present the 29th edition of Nehru Centre’s Marathi Sangeet Natak Mahotsav. This year we will present four new plays for Marathi Sangeet Natak fans.

Note: Entry: Passes will be available on 1st August 2019 from 10.30 a.m. onwards until availability from the ticket counter of Nehru Centre Auditorium.

Tuesday, 6th August 2019
सागर सात सुरांचा
Marathi Sangeet Natak “saagar saat sauraMcaa” is the 14th play in the series of Nehru Centre’s productions.
The play reflects that swaras (notes) in the musical world are the same although they may be named differently. The
protagonists of the play are of the opinion that gharana music presented by the gurus must be sung only in private
fora and not in public.
Produced by Nehru Centre, Mumbai
Written by Pradeep Oke
Directed by Pramod Pawar
Lyrics by Sadanand Dabir
Music by Dnyanesh Pendharkar

Wednesday, 7th August 2019
शिक्का कट्यार
Rajaram was the younger son of Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj. His step-brother was Sambhaji. He became the
king of the Maratha empire after Sambhaji’s death. This play is the story of Rajaram I, his queen and Shahu
Maharaj, Sambhaji’s son.
Produced and presented by Bharat Natya Samshodhan Mandir, Pune
Script and lyrics by Y. N. Tipnis
Original music and direction by
Pt. Ramakrishnabuva Vaze
Directed by Ravindra Khare

Thursday, 8th August 2019
This Marathi musical’s story revolves around Chandragupta-II, emperor of the Gupta Empire, and
Princess Dhruvika. The play takes a turn when Dhruvika, who is in love with Chandragupta, is forced to marry his
elder brother Ramagupta.
Produced and presented by Samar Pratishthan, Pune
Script, lyrics and direction by Chinmay Moghe

Friday, 9th August 2019
संत तुकाराम
This Marathi musical play is based on the meeting between Sant Tukaram and Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj.
Produced and presented by Om Natyagandha, Mumbai.
Written by Babajirao Rane
Directed by Santosh Pawar
Music by Dr. Ram Pradhan
6th to 9th August 2019, 6.00 p.m. each day
Nehru Centre Auditorium

Time: 6.00 p.m. each day
Venue: Nehru Centre Auditorium