A storytelling session was conducted for the children of Ngo The Rising People Welfare Society in the District park , Rajouri Garden . Children were very enthusiatic and listened and responded well to the stories. Children were happy to get the copies of the books 'Tak Dhina Dhin' . You can see a glimpse of the session here https://www.facebook.com/TRPWS/videos/261931397789501/
On the auspicious day of Buddha Purnima, a Story Telling Session was held at VV Central Delhi. Various stories of Lord Buddha were narrated. It was organised by the ngo Sarvahitey.
'Strength does not come from physical capacity. It comes from an indomitable will'
- Mahatma Gandhi
Stories from the life of Mahatma were shared with the children of my apartment.
It was an attempt to understand what made us lovingly call the bald, bespectacled man clad in nothing but a khadi cloth, 'Mahatma'.
Got the opportunity to talk to little children at Gole market. It was a great feeling to know that these children had the concept of Independence ,knew our freedom fighters and their struggle for Independence and also the meaning of Ahimsa. Children were able to understand the stories of Ishwar Chandra Vidyasagar, Lal Bahadur Shastri, Swami Vivekanand, and Gandhiji narrated by me. These children were very bright and had the urge to read and do well in studies. Tak Dhina Dhin, my poetry books were also distributed. Children loved singing the songs of the books. It was a lovely evening spent with these kids. Thanks to Sarvahitey, an Ngo whose young brigade is doing so much for these under privileged kids and made this visit a memorable one.
Storytelling at Gole Market (Sarvahitey)
Storytelling session at Salam Balak Trust
Storytelling session was taken at Salam Balak Trust on the occasion of Baisakhi. Various festivals were discussed which fall in the auspicious month of Vaisakh. The session ended with children dancing on the Bihu and Bhangra tunes.
It was really satisfying to be with these children.
Storytelling session was taken at Balsahyog, an NGO on the theme Baisakhi : It's Different Hues . How various festivals are celebrated throughout India under different names on the same day ,was emphazised. The concept of Unity in Diversity was well explained by weaving various stories around these festivals.The concept of Hindu calender, the importance of the month of Baisakh was also explained.
It was real fun to have a storytelling session on Children's Dayat my residence. Children and me, we all celebrated the session.