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Community Reach

Visited several centres of NGOs like Balsahyog, Palna, Kidscan, Sakshi and conducted interactive sessions with children along with distribution of my rhyme book Tak Dhina Dhin.

More details about the book can be read at


Storytelling at residence on children's day

It was real fun to have a storytelling session on Children's Day at my residence. Children and me, we all celebrated the session.

Storytelling session at Balsahyog, an NGO

Storytelling session was conducted at Balsahyog, an NGO on the theme Baisakhi: It's Different Hues. How various festivals are celebrated throughout India under  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 .

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 at Wonderoom

Wonderoom is an innovative Children’s library located in the heart of Delhi. It provides an opportunity for children in the age group of 8-15 years to explore the world of over 5000 interesting books. Stories of different genres were told to children through enactment. Children thorougly enjoyed the session.

Storytelling at Centre for Education and Health Research Organization( CEHRO)

Centre for Education and Health Research Organization is an institution that has evolved its own identity as an autonomous non-profit body registered under 1860 Societies Act, working in the field of Education, Health and Research area. Cehro India Society was a social venture philanthropy formed by a group of youths coming from premier institutes of India (NSIT, IIIT, Jamia etc.) who have always believed and worked towards the welfare of the under privileged. Belief has now taken shape of reality under the name of CEHRO to promote research, publication, development, training and similar creative activities across the country.
Storytelling session  was taken for around 100 children of this organisation in which folk tales of Japan and China were also told along with other tales. Poetry books TAK DHINA DHIN were also distributed to these children.