Dr. Sanjay Laghate started his theatre journey from the year 1986. He completed his Diploma in Mechanical engineering, M.Sc (Maths), B.Ed and did M.A (Marathi) and after that, he completed his Ph.D. in Marathi where his subject was ' A Detailed and Critical Analysis of the plays written by the playwright Prof. Ram Joglekar, which he completed from Vikram University, Ujjain in 2016. Since 2000, he has been the director/coordinator of Rangshivir. From playing different characters in 18 Hindi/Marathi plays to winning an award for the best actor for the play ' Kanyadaan', he has also worked as an assistant director for children play's and then directed seven play's both in Hindi and Marathi. He also translated plays from Marathi to Hindi which are, Samidha, Case no. 99 and Bas ab aur nahi bhaiya and then translating from Hindi to Marathi which are, Morphosis, Uske baad and Anveshak. Also, he has written a play based on the novel Kevalya Len.
He is the Principal of Artists Combined Institute of Performing Arts which was initiated by him and also working as the Secretary of Artists Combined, Gwalior, (M.P).
It has a collection of twenty papers by scholarly authors who have discussed various issues
and subject matters that explore multiple perspectives from different disciplines, sub-disciplines and areas of expertise. The book provides rich theoretical descriptions and hands-on approach that is conceptual and practical and reflects advances in the literature on research, learning, and assessment. Multiple perceptions produce deeper understanding or illumination, viable solution or a product that creatively and innovatively accommodates different perspectives.
As a maturing academic field, interdisciplinary studies needs to define itself to make the case that interdisciplinarity is, in fact, contributing something distinctive and valuable to
the academy and to society. The movement is from the most general to the more specific, from breadth to depth.
An Interdisciplinary insight is an expert’s view on a particular problem that is based on research. This approach is produced when the interdisciplinary research process is used to create an integrated and purposeful result. In this book, disciplinary experts, scholars and students have produce insights.
The edited book highlights the valuable ideas, views, outlook, observations and thoughts in the form of chapters by authors from reputed institutions across India. It is a complete package, consisting of an interdisciplinary review of diverse ideas and considerations highlighted by the authors belonging to different disciplines. Modern technological developments and globalization add to the complexity of problems and in response, an integrated approach is very much required. Each author’s focus is on another innovative factor at different level of analysis, using different theoretical frameworks, and different methodologies.
These various aspects discussed and displayed through the interdisciplinary examination, in fact stimulate and invigorate the aspiring research scholars, academicians, researchers to look deeper into some of the issues for further exploration. It will be, indeed, a very good reading the miscellaneous discussion about integrative research papers which is a sort of innovation—that is, change—in the means of knowledge production. Here the researchers thoroughly studied the subject and integrate the information to produce new understandings and meanings.
While the entire world was in a state of bewildered, our inspired author was busy penning down her day to day experiences as diary pages which turned out to be a book in your hand, the world will certainly, refer to this book for a long-long time to understand how people survived 20-20 along withCovid19.
All of the new words which took place in common vocabularies like Janta Curfew, Lockdown, Amphan, Unlock 1.0, quarantined, flatter the curve, Doomsday, New Normals, are well described and significantly used as beads for a rosary.
Not just being philosophical but this pandemic taught that almost everything in this world is frangible, living with necessity is what required and word recorrected to its basics 2020 Era of Corona knitted in the thread of 15 Chapter series for the book, putting facts in sequence as a continuous story, compiling entire word experiences of most troublesome time, with fall of hopes, people spending time with cheer and fear, this puts everyone life upside down, virus effects on entire human civilization; ecosystem, touched geopolitical issues along with effect observed on our mother nature, reduced level of pollution, Ozone repair, wildlife survival, finally the hope survives.
While flagship & preceded book of the author “Once Upon A Time” is based on childhood imaginations which forced readers to revisit bachpan, Author is committed and promising readers to present her next book shortly based on Mystery Fantasy, surely readers will be lost in the imaginary world
As the generations are heading with higher pace towards the technological
advancement, the attachment, adornment and understanding towards the parents
are also decreasing with much higher pace. Today parents are being disregarded
and disrespected in all forms. Qur’an has very strongly instructed not to say even
“uff” to your parents which is least and smallest way of showing disrespect and
dishonoring the parents. As if the word “uff” has encapsulated the entire theme and
road map how the treatment with the parents should be. There is such a strong
endorsement from Allah that do not say even “uff” to your parents.
This book dive deep into the various Qur’anic ayaat which have given parents a very
high status. There are many Qur’anic ayaat and authentic hadith which depicts the
respect, obedience, care, honor, kindness and dutifulness towards parents which are
discussed in this book in great details.
After reading this book, I hope that children will engage more and more with their
parents. Also it ignites our soul to understand the Qur’anic guidance about the
parents and triggers our heart and mind to love, respect, care, obey, treat and
address them with ihsan, in the best possible way.
The author has six poetry books.
One English Book published from America and another from Romania. Others are in Bengali.
Each poem is a specimen of her beautiful imagination. It has a fragrance of love, beauty and aspiration. Her poetry become popular to common people. Many reciters recite her English and Bengali poems in different languages on TV and Radio.