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Storytelling – Myths, Legends and the Mahabharata

A series of four workshops that will retell the stories of some of the most interesting myths and legends, as well as educate kids about the Mahabharata.

By I Kid You Not , in workshop , at May 13, 2021 Tags:

Dates: 17th – 20th May
Fee: Rs. 2000 for 4 sessions
15% discount if siblings join together

A series of four workshops that will retell the stories of some of the most interesting myths and legends, as well as educate kids about the Mahabharata.

We all know about the Kauravas and the Pandavas, and how a great war was fought to bring in a new age. But do we know how Arjuna got his famous bow, the Gandiva, and an inexhaustible quiver of arrows? Or how Krishna got his Sudarshan Chakra.

Who captured Bhima, the mightiest of all warriors during their exile? And who was Krishna Dwyipayana? There’s a lot more to the enthralling tale of the Mahabharata than we realise.

Influencing many authors, national and international, the Mahabharata is a piece of history and tradition. Learn about a story that has fascinated generations for thousands of years. Learn to adapt parts of the Mahabharata into plays and stories. And understand one of the greatest of literatures more closely.

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