Do Din ka Mela

“Nothing in the world will last – it is but a two day fair” sings Mura Lala Fafal, drawing inspiration from the Sufi traditions of Sant Kabir and Abdul Lateef Bhita'i. He is accompanied on the Jodiya Pava (double flute) by his nephew Kanji Rana Sanjot. Kanji taught himself to play and make his own flutes after hearing the music on the radio. Mura and Kanji are Meghwals, a pastoral Dalit community that lives on the edge of the Great Rann of Kutch, in the Western Indian state of Gujarat. They are both daily wage labourers and subsistence farmers in an a rid zone. The film is a a two day journey into the music and every day life of this uncle-nephew duo, set against the backdrop of the Rann.

Year of production of the film
2009
Duration of the film
57 minutes 56 seconds
Producer
Anjali Monteiro & K.P. Jayasankar
Director
Anjali Monteiro & K.P. Jayasankar
Screening Schedule
Friday, 9 February 2018, 10:00 am
Available until 28 Feb 2018