Online storytelling held by ‘Kalaa kebab aur Kisse’

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Online storytelling held by ‘Kalaa kebab aur Kisse’

Tuesday, 30 June 2020 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

A story narration was held on Monday at Facebook Live. It was organised by Kalaa Kebab aur Kisse, a platform for youngsters to showcase their talent before the art lovers.

The story narration was conducted by Piyuli Ghosh. Piyuli narrated Rabindranath Tagore's classic story Kaabuliwala. It is considered as one of the best and legendary stories by Rabindranath Tagore.

The main theme of this story is filial love the deep love that fathers have for their children. In the story listeners encountered three examples of filial love the author and his daughter Mini; the Kabuliwala and his own daughter in Afghanistan and the Kabuliwala and Mini.

Piyuli Ghosh is the founder of Life School. It is all about Organic Farming. Life School is an open learning community where children learn various life skills by living and experiencing at sessions every weekend. a young social activist. She is working for children and is also a part of Anant Mandi, the organic food fest.

Kabuliwala is about the relationship of humanity between a little girl, her father and a dry-fruit seller. Kabuliwala shares the story of a dry-fruit seller all the way from Afghanistan.  He befriends, the little girl Mini. But, the destiny separates them and after 10 long years, he again visited Mini only to realize that she is getting married and has a really blur memory of him.

The narration was loved by the audience. Among the audience were children and even Piyuli enjoyed narrating the story.

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