Dr. Sujatha Akki
Ramu Natana, Pramod, Pramod, Ranjana, Priya Natana, Chethan, Umesh, Ranjan, Apoorva Akkihebbal, Raag Urs, Guru Prasad, Kavya Natana, Rajalakshmi Yelachagere, Sirish Chandrashekar, Naveen Dev, Rahul Krishna, Disha Ramesh, Anusha, Ningaraju, Sumanyu, Nikethan Bhat, Anuradha Girish, Devanand, Murali Shringeri, Anurag, Shamanth, Sudarshan
Mystery of tradition is tied up with the intellectual variety in the folk hierarchy. The resolutions, the faith, and the discipline have grown together with the time. From the ancient period even though the male dominancy is the face of the society, the debate to the equal rights of women was accepted and is shown in the folklore. The present play ``Chaama Chaluve`` is based on the folklore about the local Goddess Chamundeshwari, the goddess of Mysore province. The story depicts the existence of gods as mere humans. This is the ability of folklore.
Though the poetry seems to be in favor of polygamy, it gives a special inner sense about dissimilarities in human relations. Thereby it clearly denies the evil practices of racial, lingual and communal differences. Even though the characters Nanjunda in the play have heavenly abilities they respond to emotions like humans. Urimari and Ranganatha are projected as social reformers.
This comes forth as an experiment to use the natural setup as the stage to enact folk art forms retaining their aboriginal rawness.