Month / July 2011

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  • MIRACLES AND MAGIC

    There’s something extraordinary coming up at the Katha StoryShop! Have you heard the story of Najar-am-Radh? Here’s a hint – LABAKA-DOBAKA PULIYA-CHOOM! What’s behind these words? Who’s the Wizard of Tantrapuri and…

  • MOON, RAMU AND I

    Your attention please! You are about to blast off to the Moon. Your spaceship is waiting on the launch pad of your hand. You have 10 seconds to slip into your invisible…

  • Write & Read – A Search for Excellence

    You know what the latest thing making news is? Check it out! The Hindu Katha announces the Write & Read Initiative in collaboration with HP, spread across six cities – Delhi, Bombay,…

  • Haiku Happiness :)

    The word ‘Haiku’, Japanese in origin, can be split into two parts – ‘Hai’ meaning humor and ‘Ku’ meaning poem. It has certain basic characteristics such as – It is written in…

  • Katha Preschoolers

    We can sure paint the town in rainbow colors!

  • BIOSCOPE – Story through Art

    Story, the primary focus of Katha, finds its beauty through the forms in which it is told. Some tell their stories through dance, some through music, some through theatre, some through mime,…

  • The Myna from Peacock Garden

    Kale Khan’s touching tale of love, friendship and trust awaits you as you lay your hands on this book by Naiyer Masud. What follows next is a noble robbery, a battle between…

  • I am Aan – a story from the Western Ghats!

    John Donne once said – “Nature’s great masterpiece, an elephant; the only harmless great thing.” TOP ELEPHANT FACTS Along with dolphins, apes, and humans, elephants are among the only animals known to…