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Getting More Out of Irrigation

community" and "the language became a barrier". This was never true. It is not true even now. That theatre would cater to "a single community" (in the main) is obvious. It does so ail over the world. But language becoming a barrier is simply not right, at least not so far. But then that's scarcely the issue. The question is whether plays like 'Gidhade' or 'Mahanirvan' or 'Uddhwasta Dharmshala' provided a "compelling thrust towards modern Indian" theatre, to borrow Dalmia's words on modern Indian art.

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