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1. Murtipuja adhamadhama
The play Murtipuja adhamadhama talks about the environmental disturbance created by the idol worshipers.It suggests the path of dhyaan to find GOD within as the external search is futile. Written and directed

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1. Murtipuja adhamadhama

The play Murtipuja adhamadhama talks about the environmental disturbance created by the idol worshipers.
It suggests the path of dhyaan to find GOD within as the external search is futile. Written and directed by Lalit Parimoo the play sends a deep message in a very entertaining and playful manner.

2. Bade Bhai Sahab 

This is a popular short story written by Munshi Premchand which revolves around two brothers and their relationship that is entered around their academic exploits. Elder brother is engrossed in books and lives cut out from the world but fails in exams year after year. Younger brother, who is five years junior, though spends
more time in the fun and play but passes his exams with flying colors. A time comes when the younger one is in the same class of the elder one and now has lost the credibility of scolding or lecturing him.

3. Mr. Khadoos 

This is a story of a cynic who has to deal with a credit card salesman who comes to his house to get a new client. Mr. Khadoos, the cynic is not an easy nut to crack and instead of becoming a client, in a funny and sarcastic manner rebukes the salesman and his senior without taking a credit card but a few days later, the card is sent to his home which unwillingly he has to accept.

4. Inspector Matadin Chaand par

A satirical story which depicts the corruption in the police department in a funny way that an inspector is sent to the moon where the police department is far more noble and helpful but our inspector Mataadeen changes everything there and leads them towards corruption and inefficiency.

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