Yaar Julahe
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About Yaar Julahe

Yaar Julahe is the story of Kabir Das, the 15th Century revolutionary poet known for
his poetry on Peace, Philosophy and Humanism.


He was instrumental in bringing people of all faiths under one umbrella and to date remains one of the most
renowned poets and personalities of India.


Yaar Julahe is a Hindi dance-theatrical production beyond the barrier of language
and portrays Kabir’s story from his young age till his death in a simple but effective


format of physical theatre coupled with dances and songs to create a visual delight on stage

The play is based on Bhishma Sahani's "Kabira Khada Bazaar Mein"

The Team


Mahua Chauhan

Writer, Director, Choreographer

Sikandar Lodhi

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Benjamin Samuel

On Stage

Tabassum Inamdar
Soni Chhabra
Seema Kunder
Meghna Gupta
Amun Chaudhary
Shilpi Verma

Director's Note

A merger of treachery and greed is not the most dangerous. To be buried under the silence
is surely miserable, but it is still not the most dangerous.


To remain silent in the noise of corruption is surely miserable, but it is still not the most dangerous.

The most dangerous is that eye, which witnesses it all but remains frozen; the eye lost in
the blinding haze of a materialistic world, with everlasting darkness covering all the
doors and windows of existence.


The most dangerous deed is to be filled with dead silence, not feeling any agony against
the unjust and bearing it.


The most dangerous accident is the death of dreams.


Against all odds, Kabir lived his dreams and he could successfully ignite them in few others.

In the 15th century, his protest against all injustice is remarkable.

He not only talked about equality, minimalism and humility but he lived and died by those principles. In
today’s liberal society do we have that courage?

The presenter of our performance, “words” are suffering deep trauma of misuse and human torture.

They are yelling for freedom and narrating the saga of a laureate who placed them at a high pedestal and gave
them the deserved position.


Let us all take this first step towards brotherhood, love and affection enveloped with
tolerance and patience towards the one world "vasudhaiv kutumbkam"
Let us all invoke Kabir in us.