The audience are made to miss the wood in the trees; the play fails to entertain becoming a harangue pure and simple. ... Its folk dialect beautifully shaded into the literary language resulting in the emergence of a captivating style of stage ... The importance commanded by him, as he makes his presence on the stage felt right from beginning to end, has been ... As time passed it underwent further influence from Marathi music, some of ^which got into iL In parijata singing, the ta (aanbsp;...
|Title||:||Encyclopaedia of the Folk Culture of Karnataka: Introductory articles|
|Author||:||Kr̥ṣṇamūrti Hānūru, Institute of Asian Studies (Madras, India)|