Every creature in the universe lives between birth and death. The difference is that some live only by their age. Some live by their soul. When the dilemma of whether to breathe or survive is mixed together, the reaction produces JIJIBISHA.
As the water dries up at a spring near the foot of the mountain and the unfavorable weather makes it difficult, the fishes travel to the sea to find a solution to the crisis. In other words, the fishes are traveling in groups in search of JIJIBISHA. In this journey, no one is a leader or follower. All team members are equal, and the purpose is the same.
JIJIBISHA might tell the story of fish, but their journey relates to people’s challenges, weaknesses, and ego. The sense of ownness, own people, own land, and self-awareness are essential. Engrossed in the daily grind of life’s struggles, we seem to be forgetting “why am I living.”
Jijivisha is nothing but the desire of every creature to live as being themselves own.
While watching the play, if you find your emotions parallel to the challenges and solutions of the fishes while they are on the voyage to reach the ocean, the fishes succeed, we succeed.