In Odia, drama as an independent and self-contained section is nineteen Began towards the end of the century. At that time in total In most of the regional languages of India, the drama began runs The audience’s interest in western education is changing rapidly Even in visions, changes came and new ones like poems and novels The play expressed the new experience of public life. Europeans, especially The first major orthodox drama inspired by the ideals of English drama Jagmohan Lala’s ‘Babji’ was published in 1877. After Then the second important play was Ramashkar Ray’s Kanchikaberi In 1880. Later, in 1900, Lala’s second play “Sati” (1886), and Ram Shankar’s “Banbala” (1882), “Ram Banvas” (1891), “Kansavadha” (1896), “Visamodak” (1900) and Appeared in two comedies, “Kalikala” (1883) and “Bubabar” (1892).
|Magazine name||Adhunika Odia Nataka / ଆଧୁନିକ ଓଡ଼ିଆ ନାଟକ|
|Editor||Jatindra Mohan Mohanty|
|No Of pages||910|
|Publisher||Sahitya Akademy, New Delhi|
|Printed At||New Delhi|