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Monday, May 7, 2012

Dholi ka Ansu: A Folk Love tale/ Folk Love Story base Garhwali Drama

 (Review of Love Folk Tale/Love Folk Story base Garhwali Drama Dholi ka Ansu written by D.D.Sundriyal)

             Notes on  Folk love Tale/ Folk love Story base Dramas; Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Asian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base South Asian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base SAARC Countries Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Indian subcontinent Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Indian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base North Indian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Himalayan Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Mid-Himalayan Dramas; Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Uttarakhandi Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Kumauni Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Garhwali  Dramas
लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक एशियाई नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक दक्षिण एशियाई नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक सार्क देशीय नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक भारतीय नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक उत्तर भारतीय नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक हिमालयी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक मध्य हिमालयी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक उत्तराखंडी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक कुमाउनी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक गढ़वाली नाटक लेखमाला
                                                 Bhishma Kukreti
                          There is no area where the folk love tale does not exist. In China, the folk love stories of Liang Shanbo and Zhu Yingatai; Meng Jiangqnv; Niulang and Zhinv are famous folk love tales; the love between prince Suthan and Kinnari Manohra is famous folk love story of Thailand; Mirza Sahiban, Sohani Mahival, Heer-Rranjha, Nakshi Kanta is famous tragedy folk love story of Bengal, the folk love story of Kovalanad and Kannaki of  Tamilnadu are a couple of examples of folk love stories of Indian sub continent.
            Mak Thiong  and Guy sen and Mom are famous folk love stories of Cambodia; love story of prince and princes Kinnara is famous folk love tale of Malaysia ; love between Chunhayan and Yi is well known folk love story of Korea; the story of Kato Sayemon is well known folk love story of Japan; stories of Layla and Majnon represents Arabic folk love tale.
    It is a fact that these folk love stories attract the dramatists for writing dramas for modern audience. It may be said that in most of languages, dramatists adapted their folk love tale into modern dramas.
  Garhwali dramatists are not exception in adapting folk love tale into modern drama. 
                                Dholi ka Ansu:  A Love folk tale/Love Folk Story base Garhwali Drama   
                D.d sundriyal adapted the famous Garhwali folk love story into drama ‘ Dholi ka Ansu’.  As per folk tale of Garhwal,   Tiloga Taidwali and Amardev Sajwan . Tiloga belonged to Taidi village of Banelsyun patti above Vyaschatti (meeting place of Ganges and Nayar rivers) Pauri Garhwal and Thokdar Amar dev sajwan was Thokdar of Bharpur village Tihri Garhwal. Amardev sajwan was bravest among bravest Amaedev Sajwan fell in love of beautiful Tiloga but in between their villages deep Ganga River was the hurdle in their meeting .However, no hurdle is hurdle in the true love. Amardev used to come daily to meet his beloved Tiloga by crossing Ganges in night and he used to return back before down
              One day the villagers of Taidi saw both in love making scene. All villagers of Taidi became angry and they killed Amardev by compelling him to run here and there. Tiloga became sad and she cut her both the mammary glands, threw cut glands into two wells of the village and died by Sati Dharma
The following song is sung in their love memory in Garhwal in Ghadela to satisfy the unsatisfied souls of Tiloga and Amardev Sajwan
बांकी तड़याली  तिलोगा बांकी
सेर कि भिडाल्यूं  बांकी
सडक तिरवाली बांकी
राति जुनख्याळी सिरवाणी कि कूल
कु होली घसेर बांकी
छोटी मिंडाळी , ठुल्ली घसेर
छुणक्याळी चुड़ीयूँ की क्वा होली घसेर बांकी
तू बेटी छे कि  ब्वारी
तू बेटूलि होली कैकी,  मांगणा कै जौलो 
तू ब्वारी होली  कैकी , छुड़ेणो कै जौलो
  When this author published about famous folk love story of Garhwal ‘Tiloga Tadiyali’, D.D.Sundriyal a Garhwali  drama activist wrote letter to the author as :
 Bhisham Bhai,
Thanks for Tiloga Tadiyali feedback. In fact, in Chandigarh we have many shows of a lyrical drama based on this love story. The title was "Dholi-ka Aansu" ( written by D.D Sundriyal and directed by Chandi Bhatt Bharti ) though  the name of main  characters and places changed viz Ganga for Tiloga and Bhagirath for Amar Dev Sajwan, as a few local  Banelsyun samiti members tried to stall  the show. It was in 1984, perhaps, its first show was staged at famous Tagore Theatre of Chandigarh. Many shows followed till Garh Kala Sangam became defunct in 1996. The script, a very good blend of reality and imagination,( in Garhwali)  is available  with me. We thought to picturise the love story but for finance problems the idea was abandoned. It is an absorbing tragedy and can make a very successful film.
March edition of Uttarakhand Live takes note of dramatic ventures of Garh Kala Sangam in Chandigarh and nearby cities. Ironically, all columnists and feature writers on Garhwali Rangmanch have made mention of such activities taking place in Dehra Dun, Delhi and Mumbai. For all of them other cities are non entity. Fact is that last 20-25 years of nineteenth century witnessed all sorts of Garhwali dramas/dance-drama and other forms of cultural activiteis in Chandigarh.. Garh Kala Sangam and Garhwal Sabha heading the march.
Dhanyabad
D.D.Sundriyal
Dy Advt Manager (Tribune, Chandigarh)
References:
A-Curtsey to Parashar gaur for supplying manuscript of Garhwali stage play ‘Paisa na Dhyallaa Nam ch Guman Sing Rautela
1-Dr Anil Dabral, Garhwali Gady Parampara (Garhwali Dramas from beginning till 1990)
2-Abodh Bandhu Bahuguna, Gad Myateki Ganga (Garhwali dramas from beginning till 1975)
3-Dr Sudharani, Garhwal ka  Rangmanch (Garhwali Dramas  from beginning till 1985)
4-Drama special issue of Chitthi Patri magazine (Garhwali Dramas and plays staged in Delhi, Karachi, Mumbai, Dehradun and other places)
5- Dr Hari Datt Bhatt Shailesh, Garhwali Natak evam Rangmanch: Ek Vihngam Avlokan (Garhwali Drams and theatres from beginning till 1985)
6-Dr Bhakt Darshan: Barrister Mukandi Lal Srmriti Granth (Garhwali dramatists or theatres playwrights till 1985
7-Dr Nand Kishor Dhoundiyal, Garhwal ki Divangat Vibhutiyan (pp108-116, about contribution of Bhagwati Prasad Panthri for developing Garhwali drama)
8- Notes on Dramas of Uttarakhand by Parashar gaur –MeraPahad site
9-Sovinreers of Garhwal Sabha Dehradun, 2005 and 2007 for Lok Natya Mahotsava
Copyright@ Bhishma Kukreti

            Notes on  Folk love Tale/ Folk love Story base Dramas; Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Asian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base South Asian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base SAARC Countries Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Indian subcontinent Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Indian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base North Indian Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Himalayan Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Mid-Himalayan Dramas; Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Uttarakhandi Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Kumauni Dramas;  Folk Love Tale/ Folk Love Story base Garhwali  Dramas to be continued….
लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक एशियाई नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक दक्षिण एशियाई नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक सार्क देशीय नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक भारतीय नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक उत्तर भारतीय नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक हिमालयी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक मध्य हिमालयी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक उत्तराखंडी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक कुमाउनी नाटक; लोक प्रेम कथा आधारित आधुनिक गढ़वाली नाटक लेखमाला जारी ...