Mouna - Play
K. H. Kala Soudha, Basavanagudi

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  • Human being's inner most emotion
  • Kannada play

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Special importance is given to silence in various hardships seen in one's life. Though silence can be considered as punishment, it can also be perceived as the anguish one goes through. Be it joy or sorrow, it's a constant battle within one's self. Silence cannot be attributed to age or riches.
It is known to awake one's conscience.

'Mouna' is a play based on a collection of five short stories which depict the different dimensions of silence in our lives, where the viewers can correlate the situations with their own. The struggle taking place within, before and after the silence takes over and the stories of repentance and solace are depicted. Silence is vital part of our life which has no age or status bar but everyone has experienced it.

The play is built on a subject which reaches human emotions at an innermost level.

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Starting from Rs 25 per person for 2 days, 1 night with cab and accommodation

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K. H. Kala Soudha

Hanumanth Nagar, Behind Ramanjaneya Temple, Basavanagudi, Bengaluru, Karnataka 560019, India

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