REVIEW FOR SRI KRISHNA RAYABARAM - A MYTHOLOGICAL DRAMA BY RAHUL ARTS
After this, even you can woo your lord! Yes, you heard right. See how the pundits did it a long long while ago. The Department of Culture, Government of Andhra Pradesh, jointly with Rahul Arts Association, presents you with a popular mytholigical drama, Sri Krishna Rayabaaram written by the twin Telugu poets, Tirupati Sastry and Venkateshwara Sastry.
Arjuna and Duryodhana seek Lord Krishna's help for the battle of Mahabharata. Lord Krishna obliges and asks to choose between himself and his mammoth army. Duryodhana takes the army and leaves the Lord for Arjuna.
The Lord obliges to take Arjuna's side, but vows against using any weapon, to which Arjuna gladfully agrees. With the wit of the Lord, Arjuna wins over Duryodhana and Kauravas, and the rest is mythology. The sequence of events that lead to wooing the Lord between Arjuna, Duryodhana and the Lord is Rayabaram, and what the play is all about.
Please contact The Department of Culture at 2324-2482 for further details.