This is a play written by Sri Chinmoy about India’s revolutionary heroes of Bengal. In particular it is a celebration of the contributions made by three famous freedom-fighters of India. Deshabandhu, Netaji Subhas Chandra Bose and Deshapriya. Deshabandhu also known as Chitta Ranjan Das played a significant role in assuring the acquittal of Sri Aurobindo another early Indian revolutionary. Chitta Ranjan Das features in the play about Sri Aurobindo "Descent of the Blue". Chitta Ranjan Das then went on to make his own significant contribution to the independence movement. The play is an imaginative look at the events of this time.
The Heart of a Holy Man
This book contains several short plays including: AYODADHOMMYA, A SAGE and
ARUNI, HIS DISCIPLE, Light Is The Only Wealth Worth Having, Saraswati, The Saint And The King, The Seeker And The Thief, Gautami and Kuru
Groups who have performed plays of Sri Chinmoy
Immortality's Flame Wave
The Director of this female acting company is Dipika Smith from London. Dipika's upbringing was influenced by Indian influences and after studying Indian dance under Tara, at the Bhavan Centre, she turned her attention to the theatre; setting up the company 'Immortality's Flame-Waves' in 1995.