We are fortunate to be born in our holy land, once abode to innumerable scholars, who have left behind their valuable scribblings for the upliftment of the next generations to come by. A Contemporary of DVG and Mahamahopadhyaaya himself, Late Vidwan N. Ranganatha Sharmaji is reckoned with erudite scholars of Bharatha Varsha, whose literary works are adjudged as the most important work that prevails.
"EKA CHAKRAM" is a four-act play authored by Vidwan Sharmaji in Samskritham, which depicts series of incidents between Bheema and Bakaasura, during Dwaapara Yuga. An epic tale that eradicated the treacherous demon Bakaasura from the face of the earth by
Bheema is the plot of the presentation. There is much more to it. Several similarities and the sensitive adage that the play " EKA CHAKRAM" offers to us in this Kaliyuga too, is rather noteworthy.Hence, the film project "EKA CHAKRAM" came into being with a juxtaposition of the past-present and future. Several Yugas have gone by and people have drastically changed but the mindset remains the same.The film will be rolled fully in Samskritham alongside a thought process to revive, re-evaluate, recurr our very own ethos and ethics, our system has almost stopped working upon.
Kala Sampada campaigns fundraising for a Unique and exquisite project. Completion of the film Eka Chakram being done in the root of all languages- Samskritam. The play written by Mahamahopadhyaya Vidwan Sri. Ranganatha Sharma and the film Direction by Sri. Suchendra Prasad. The film is educational than entertaining and not for commercial.
Do contribute to the completion of the Film Eka Chakram project that Documents, presents, and preserves our traditional values.