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Do din ka mela / directed by K.P. Jayasankar and Anjali Monteiro ; in collaboration with Kutch Mahila Vikas Sanghatan production, Centre for Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences.

Contributor(s): Jayasankar, K. P [direction,, writting,, editing,, camera.] | Monteiro, Anjali [direction.] | Tata Institute of Social Sciences. Centre for Media and Cultural Studies.
Material type: materialTypeLabelVisual materialPublisher: Mumbai : Centre for Media and Cultural Studies, Tata Institute of Social Sciences, 2009Description: 1 videodisc of 1 (DVD-R) (ca. 60 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.Other title: Two day fair.Subject(s): Kachchh (India) -- Songs and music | Kachchh (India) -- Social conditions | Kachchh (India) -- Economic conditionsGenre/Form: Documentary films. | Nonfiction films.DDC classification:
Production Credits: Camera, K. P. Jayasankar.
Summary: This film is a two day journey into the music and every day life of an uncle Mura Lala Fafal and his newphew Kanji Rana Sanjot who taught himself to make and play flutes after hearing the music on radio. The film is set against the background of the Great Rann of Kutch, a desert which separates India and Pakistan. Both men are Meghwals of a Dalit community. On social and economic conditions in Kachchh (India) and their dependence on nature and ballad singing practices.
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Copyright notice on disc: Tata Institute of Social Sciences, Centre for Media and Cultural Studies.

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Camera, K. P. Jayasankar.

This film is a two day journey into the music and every day life of an uncle Mura Lala Fafal and his newphew Kanji Rana Sanjot who taught himself to make and play flutes after hearing the music on radio. The film is set against the background of the Great Rann of Kutch, a desert which separates India and Pakistan. Both men are Meghwals of a Dalit community. On social and economic conditions in Kachchh (India) and their dependence on nature and ballad singing practices.

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In Gujarati with English subtitles.

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