Atta Galatta presents Discover The Palace of Illusions
Online Streaming | - |
May 31 | 11 a.m.
Ends on: May 31
About Atta Galatta presents Discover The Palace of Illusions
Age Group: 18+ years
The Palace of Illusions (hardcopy or ebook)
Technology Requirements (Free)
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Have you ever felt that you needed a more nuanced perspective of the Mahabharata? Have you wanted a gendered interpretation of the epic? Chitra Banerjee Divakaruni's ‘The Palace of Illusions’ provides us with exactly these perspectives. Discover this book with Joy of Anubhava through writing, music, roleplays, debates, drawing, photos, and storytelling. Through a two-hour workshop, Joy of Anubhava invites participants to meet a community of book lovers, empathize with different characters, ask those tough questions to oneself and others, to critically think about those “what if” and “why” questions, and to engage in meaningful discussions with others to leave with a completely different perspective of the book.
What can you expect to take away from this workshop?
A personalized digital scrapbook of all the work done during the workshop
Join a global community of book lovers
Enhance your critical thinking, creativity, and ability to empathize
A different take on the book
What have others said about our workshops?
- “Really great way to inculcate the habit of reading for those who want to pick it up. It also opens up your mind in terms of different perceptions and ways of thinking. I personally loved the workshop!”
- “Cannot think of a better way to explore a book. Superb. Don’t miss out.”
Description of the Organizations
The joy of Anubhava implements programs and workshops where we deep dive into books through art forms such as drawing, photos, music, theatre, storytelling, and creative writing. These workshops are designed for participants to gain 21st Century and Social & Emotional Learning skills.
In a venture to bring back the residents of Bangalore to their very roots, Atta Galatta hosts events that are unique in their very nature. From book-readings in Tanglish to art exhibits and poetry interpretations by the creators themselves, there is an incessant effort to reach a level of impeccable consumer satisfaction.
About the Facilitators
Anand Srinivasan has been a Mridangam player since he was 10 years old. Music has played an extensive role in his life. He is also a painter. Apart from this, Anand has worked in the field of data science and technology for the past 10 years. He is one of the co-founders of Joy of Anubhava and is the brain behind all of the artwork that the participants engage with!
Poorvaja Prakash has been working in education and development for the last 8 years, particularly in curriculum design, facilitating participatory research activities with children, and adults, designing programs for school transformation, training, and capacity building in India and other developing countries. She has been an active participant in debates, Model UNs, and public speaking throughout her childhood.