LEELA is a beautiful concept. It relaxes you tremendously, absolutely. If god is in LEELA, then don't be serious and don't keep long faces; there is no need. Become more playful. Life is a sport. Look at life with the eyes of play, non seriously.
It was the occasion of Buddh Purnima on 23rd May05, when the whole world was busy in festivities a different kind of celebration took place in Shri Ram Centre of Arts.
A play called 'Panchhi Aise Aate Hain' was staged at this very occasion, written by Shri Vijay Tendulkar and directed by Dr.Sanjeev Johri. This was the first time ever that Osho World hosted a play under Leela Arts Production.
This play based on the ideologies of Osho truly deserves to be appreciated. This play beautifully depicts the importance of independence to the self in the life of an individual. It tells us how though self-respect and self-love comes a transitional period in life. An individual who lives his life in freedom cannot be confined into bondage at all. But at the same time he too deserves to be loved.
Arun, the protagonist and the narrator of this play entranced the audience with his unique ideology in such a manner that they were able to connect on the same level. And indeed with no doubts it can be said that he is quite mature in his acting skills. All the other actors too deserve appreciation for the characters impersonated by them. Their acting created such a massive impact on the audience that somewhere even the audiences feel the sympathy for characters. Such a thought provoking play is a must watch. It contains within itself a flow, reasoning, a solution, a viewpoint, a way with words, dialogues that reach the core of human heart, and satire on unnecessary rituals rooted deep in our society. This play depicts the agony of a family. At any point you must not miss an opportunity to watch such a play.
Osho always is the guiding us at every step in life, in his message he says to us: -
" Other than politics there are many big events happening across the world- one must show respect to it. Someone somewhere is singing a song, someone has written a new song, someone has composed a new music by the flute, someone has invented a new dance sequence, and someone has painted flowers. We must show respect to it all. It is because they all are making a contribution to life, helping life prosper."
It is needless to say that literature, art, music, culture, philosophy and spirituality comes across as our real identity. It is for us to decide; what is worth listening? What is praiseworthy? What is auspicious? Any steps taken in this direction are always welcomed.