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Summer is over, the kids are back in school, attacking homework, putting aside paintbrushes and shin guards. But that doesn’t mean that the creative  pursuits they went after in the holidays should languish. Here is a wonderful and highly unusual theatre workshop for kids called Sandbox (that whole idea of digging in and making something [...]

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The lovely weather of pre-winter Delhi is perfect to ferry the kids to Bookaroo, the International Children’s Literature Festival. Kids can listen to authors read out bits from stories and poems, make puppets, create their own fantasy characters or graphic novel, all in the wonderful AnandGram venue, full of courtyards and trees and terracotta figures [...]

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I sat on Thulasi Rao’s porch, in the village of Nimmalekunte (2 hours from Bangalore on the Hyderbad highway) one Sunday afternoon, surrounded by Hanuman, Rama, Sita and Ravana. Thulasi Rao was giving me a mini performance of a scene from the ‘Ramayana’, while reciting his own lament of how puppeteers and their craft are [...]

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Our son was recently gifted a toy aptly named Hyper Dash. Initially I cringed just at the thought of him playing something associated with the word ‘hyper’; imagining crazy, irritating sounds, flashing lights and the works. Fortunately, this game is actually really interesting; can keep a little boy and his father (mother too) entertained and [...]

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