Nagpurians get hooked on to ‘Abhivachan’ with members of SOHAM


    Radhika Dhawad | Nov 19, 2019 11:15
    Photojournalist: Bhavesh Mahalle

    Dinkar and Madhuri Bedekar through their hour-long reading session brought all emotions of listeners – love, happiness, fear, sadness and excitement – to the fore as they read out two stories written by renowned Hindi littérateurs Harishankar Parsai and Mohan Rakesh during ‘Abhivachan.’ The reading session recently took place at Hamsa Sabhagruh, near Soham High School in Nagpur in the presence of Varsha Manohar, Satyanarayan Bhartiya to name a few.

    The stories – ‘Das Din Ka Anshan’ (written by Parsai) and ‘Uski Roti’ (by Rakesh) – depicted various aspects of life and how they eventually unfold.

    While Das Din Ka Anshan revolved around religion and honesty with a tinge of humour, Uski Roti dealt with infidelity and the mindset of patriarchal society.

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