Charumati itself is a historical content written by historical figure Satya Mohan Joshi. The play, which Bimal Subedi directed, received great praise from both the public and critics. With regard to the significance of set and light design in creating a drama and a visual narrative, Charumati established a new standard. The set was formerly only considered to be a component of ornamentation rather than design. Charumati also introduced theatre Village Nepal as a professional theater group that can contribute to Nepali theater, and understand art in multiple dimensions and execute it.
The opening of the play turned out to be a historical moment, as many ministers, ex-prime ministers, ambassadors, diplomats, bureaucrats, media personalities, Nepal's first president Ram Baran Yadav, and others watched the play under the same roof, which is rarely seen in a Nepali theatre scenario. As the play has content on Charumati, the daughter of King Ashoka, who helped flourish Buddhist philosophy worldwide, many monks and Rinpoche also watched the play. Through the medium of the theatre production, monks, Rinpoche, and scholars from the Buddhist community and monasteries felt that the play could send a message to flourish Buddas’s philosophy of peace, love, and compassion, all around the globe.