Ramleelas have come to end with Dussehra having been celebrated all over the country, but in Bissau, situated in Rajasthan’s Jhunjhunu district, Ramleela is still continuing. This Ramleela will end on the day of Sharad Purnima, with the showcasing of ‘Bharat Milap’. Here, Ravana will be burnt on October 8th. This Ramleela becomes even more unique because it is completely silent, with zero dialogues.
The organizers, artists, and spectators are all enthusiastic and excited because of 3 primary reasons. First, a documentary on this historic Ramleela is being prepared by the accomplice of renowned TV serial Ramayan’s creator, Ramanand Sagar, Rajni Acharya, and his team. Second, the organizers have claimed that the Ramleela will be included in the Ramayan Museum being developed in Ayodhya, and a team from Ayodhya is all set to visit Bissau. Third, the Ramleela hopes of getting included in the Limca book of records, as this 165-year-old Ramleela has never stopped even once.
In Bissau, a 300-feet road is where the Ramleela is presented, where all the artists continue with the Ramleela for 3 hours. A total of 500 artists participate in the same, out of whom 90% are migrants, and every year, return to Bissau to take part in the Ramleela.