This elephant created by Tejaswi, is no ordinary elephant. It isn't a rogue tusker trumpeting in the forest. Instead, it's a sacrilegious elephant given to Saw Mill Krishne Gowda by a monastery as they weren't able to take care of it. Akin to a pet dog of the village, this elephant roams around the streets, waits in front of shops for bananas, is terrified of the crackers burst by the naughty urchins of the town and in essence becomes the prime suspect in tons of troubles, travails & calamities. This story, with an elephant as the central character, written by Kannada's famous writer, K.P. Tejaswi, is one of the best stories in Kannada. The experienced artists of Karnataka's proud theatre troupe, "Rangayana", have brought this story on stage. Unfolding human behaviour within the boundary of humour is the specialty of this story cum play.