Based on Hermann Hesse’s ‘Siddhartha’, written in 1922 that inspired a whole generation of young people in the 70s on their spiritual journey in search of a deeper meaning of life. The protagonist, a young Brahmin, is in search of his self-realization and to reach this goal abandons hispaternal home and takes to the life of a wanderer. But an ascetic life too does not give him a sense of fulfilment. Almost on the verge of desperation, he finally finds peace on the bank of a river, where an old boatman teaches him the meaning of life. He directs Siddhartha to listen to the river and search within himself for an understanding of what the river says.

  • Choreography: Dr Ileana Citaristi
  • Music by: Annada Prasanna Pattanaik, Sachidananda Das
  • Odia Poetry: Devdas Chhotray
  • Time: 7:00PM
  • Venue: Kamani Auditorium
  • Duration: 43 Minutes

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