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Mullai, M. Nagalakshmi


The research examines several aspects of Karnad's characteristics that contributed to his reputation as a versatile writer in south Architecture. His writing enables the individual to consider the significance of human life from a different angle. Girish Karnad is a renowned author from modern India. He is a great actor, a successful director and filmmaker, and a man of many interests. In English, Hindi, and Kannada, he has directed independent films, documentaries, and television programs. Karnad is a multi-talented actor-director, art critic, and cinema star. Our country has deployed him to other countries to spread the word about Indian art and culture. Yayati (1961), Tughlaq (1964), Hayavadana (1971), Hittina Hunja (Bali - the Sacrifice) (1980), Naga-Mandala (1988), Tale-Danda (1990), The Fire and the Rain (1995), and The Dreams of Tipu Sultan (1995) are some of the selected Karnad plays (1997). These plays have also been translated into a slew of other Indian and other tongues. Karnad's Kannada drama Yayati was recently translated into English and released by Oxford University Press in 2008. He attentively analyses contemporary life situations and tries to connect the past and present. World literary circles have recognised Karnad's brilliance as a playwright. His unique artistic abilities have earned him countless awards. Dramatic influences on Karnad's life and work include Shakespeare and other Bards, Shaw and Ibsen, Anton Chekhov and Brecht, and Sartre, O'Neill, Harold Pinter and Samuel Beckett.

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