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  • Venue
    Tata Theatre
  • Date Time
    23 January 2022 | 7:00 pm
  • Member Price
    Rs.375, 300 &, 225/-
  • Non Member Price
    Rs.500, 400 & 300/-
  • Duration
    135 Minutes

Event Details

PLEASE NOTE:- In view of the current situation, this event stands postponed. We will keep you informed of further details.


Saint Tukaram was a true and honest devotee of Lord Vitthal. Consumed by this devotion, he dedicated his life to chanting Lord Vitthal’s name oblivious of time, place, people, and consequences. His wife, Avali, spent hours every day looking for him in the mountains near Dehu village. Saint Tukaram would be immersed in The Divine detached from the real world.

It was one of those afternoons. With lunch in her hand, Avali was searching for Saint Tukaram when a wild thorn pierced her foot and she lost consciousness. A few hours later when she woke up, she found herself in her own house. She saw a strange lady doing her chores and taking care of her. The stranger introduced herself as Lakhubai. She was indeed Goddess Rakumai, the wife of Lord Vitthal in disguise.

Lakhubai came to help Avali but her real reason was something else. When Avali lost consciousness, it was Lord Vitthal who took the thorn out of Avali’s feet. Rakumai was baffled. Why would her husband, a great God like Lord Vitthal, touch an ordinary lady’s feet? Did Rakumai find out why? Did Avali recognise Rakumai?

Sangeet Devbabhali is a soulful musical journey consisting of old and new abhangas that will transport you to a spiritual realm.

Written & Directed by Prajakt Deshmukh
Cast: Shubhangi Sadavarte & Mansi Joshi
Producer: Kavita Machindra Kambli
Music by Anand Oak
Set designed by Pradeep Mulye
Lights by Prafull Dixit
Produced by Bhadrakali Productions

Box Office is now Open.

 

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  • Entry from Gate No.1 for vehicles and pedestrians.
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  • All visitors will have their body temperature checked with non-invasive apparatus at entry point.
  • Fully Vaccinated Certificate as per the government guidelines is compulsory.
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    A person who is less than 18 years of age.
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