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From Boal To Jana Sanskriti, Practice And Principles - In this book you will find workshop exercises, interviews and some letters between Augusto Boal and Sanjoy Ganguly. You can find this book in the following links.

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janasanskriti This is a book about Augusto Boal’s Theatre of the Oppressed as perceived and practiced by Sanjoy Ganguly.
janasanskriti Sanjoy Ganguly’s article "Theatre-A Space for Empowerment " appears in the book, edited by Prof.Richard Boon & Prof.Jane Plastow. This book is published by Cambridge University Press.
janasanskriti SARAMA

is a play about the rape of a poor woman and the manner in which various forces in our society use the incident to serve their own interests. This book is published by Communication and Media Publication.

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janasanskriti DRISHTIKON

is a play that reveals how political parties perceived the role of people in constructing change in society.

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janasanskriti Gayer Panchali

is the most well-known and acclaimed play of Jana Sanskriti. It has been performed at least 1500 times between 1985 & 1999 depicting contemporary life.

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janasanskriti "WHERE WE STAND" is a book of 5 selected plays written and composed by Sanjoy, our artistic director. The book is published now.

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janasanskriti Jana Sanskriti Centre for the Theatre of the Oppressed, based in West Bengal, is probably the largest and longest lasting Forum Theatre operation in the world. It was considered by Augusto Boal to be the chief exponent of his methodology outside of its native Brazil.

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janasanskriti “Ekdin Fire Pabo” is a book of poem written by Sanjoy Ganguly of Jana Sanskriti. The book also contains the English translation of the poems. There are also paintings of Shibsankar Bhattacharya and Samir Bhattacharya based on the poems. The poems are translated by Sharmila Roy, Biswajit Chattopadhyay and Amullya Ratan Gangopadhyay. “Poetry for me is the manifestation of the honest unpolluted feelings we experience in our life in politics and in our association with the people. Therefore it takes us close to the people.” Ganguly says
janasanskriti “Scripting Power : Jana Sanskriti On and Offstage” – edited by Dia Da Costa was published in 2010.

The voices and narratives collected in this book shows the different things Jana Sanskriti has meant to its activities, audiences and friends. These writings have combined life history, social history and organizational history later reoriented, revised and translated.
janasanskriti “SANJOY GANGULY FORUMTHEATRE UND DEMOKRATIE IN INDIEN” is the German translation of the book “Jana Sanskriti Forum Theatre and Democracy in India”. The book has translated by Birgit Fritz.
janasanskriti “Youth and Theatre of the Oppressed” edited by Peter Duffy and Elinor Vettraino and published by Palgrave Macmillan. The great achievement of this project is its gathering of specific writings by some of the best theorist/practitioners in the movements for Theatre of the Oppressed and Pedagogy of the Oppressed. The book has included an essay written by Sanjoy Ganguly called: Rethinking Interaction On and Off the Stage.

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janasanskriti “Key Concepts in Theatre / Drama Education” edited by Shifra Schonmann (Ed.), University of Haifa, Israel and published by Sense Publishers. Key Concepts in Theatre Drama Education provides the first comprehensive survey of research trends in theatre/drama education. The book has included an essay written by Sanjoy Ganguly called: Theatre is Hope, Theatre is Freedom.

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janasanskriti “Metaxis” is a magazine used to be edited by Augusto Boal. It has included works of Jana Sanskriti and Sanjoy’s articles. In ’93 there was a festival of Theatre of the Oppressed in Rio-de-Janeiro. Soon after that Metaxis came into being. Metaxis has included two essays of Sanjoy Ganguly and has highlighted the esthetics of Jana Sanskriti’s play and practice.

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janasanskriti April-June 93 life of Janasankriti :- Page 1 , Page 2

janasanskriti April-June 93 the Role of Muslims in India :-
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janasanskriti April-June 94 IPTA :-
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janasanskritiJanuary-March 93 Life Of Janasankriti :- Page 1 ,

janasanskriti January-March 94 Life Of Janasankriti :- Page 1 , Page 2

janasanskriti July-December 95 Editorial :- Page 1 , Page 2

janasanskriti July-December 95 IPTA :-
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janasanskriti July-December 95 life of janasankriti :- Page 1 , Page 2

janasanskriti Arunava" for July,09 - Aug.,09 edition :-