Act 4 of Mahakavi Kalidasa’s Shaakuntalam is presented through the medium of puppetry following the style of Gunadya.
Story of a special child with a single parent mother set in the Upanishadic times and recalled in the epic of Mahabharata.
Story of a little boy where conflict of ego between father and son within a household is the core of the theme.
Concepts of arithmetic are portrayed using the verses from Lilavati through the art-form of puppetry.
Story about the pursuit of self realization from the Yogavaasishta.
This is a story from the Vana Parva of the Mahabharata.
Story of the famous King of the solar dynasty of India and his wife Chandramati.
A puppet & dance musical - a romantic comedy based on Mahakavi Kalidasa's first play Malavikaagnimitram
Story of the mouse-maiden from the Panchatantra.
Story in three parts - Rukmini Kalyana, Jarasandha Vadha and Shishupala vadha. This is a revival of the Bhagavata style of puppets of Eachanoor, Karnataka.
Tamil literature from the 2nd century portraying the social, artistic and economic conditions of southern India with a focus on the position of the woman.
Revisiting Karnataka’s favorite repertoire in puppetry.
The art, glorious history and heritage of the literature, art-forms and kings of Karnataka with emphasis of the tradition of Dasara.