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The play is centred on the attractiveness of human values. The human values have innate righteousness and beauty for the devout of Lord Buddha. They see no discrimination on the basis of the social order. However, humans have created the social order to justify the evil virtues of hate, power, envy etc. which are inconsiderable for the devout. Hence for someone to go against these orders will be an uphill task, an arduous journey filled with difficulties and hardships. To follow the beaten path is ease and that is the suggestion given to Prakriti by her mother at the onset of the narration. Prakriti chooses to go against the social order and in doing so she put to risk the life of her mother and the devoutness of Ananda the monk.


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