PT. ARJAN NATHA, MATTU,
M. A., M. R. A. S. (London)
Vice-Principal: Hindu Sabha College,
A short interesting play....well Manoeuvred and steeped occasionally in "Kalidasism".
The modesty of the hero and the heroine is highly commendable and as such altogether meet for the stage. The garden scene with which the play opens is done beautifully and displays a deal of imagination.
The language is simple—yet eloquent and inspiring. The chaste and sweet warble of Chandrakala deserves notice. Again the employment of apposite similes is an additional feature. The style is impressive throughout brief and sweet.
It is perhaps the 1st Punjabi play that can boast of having the superb touch of the diction of Kalidasa.
The author S. Gurbaksh Singh Gyar deserves our best thanks and congratulations of the success of his work. I wish his 'Brij Mohan' an ever increasing popularity and circulation. God is great.