Story Title: Khushbu Aur Khankhanahat
Storyteller: Madhur Anand
What is the cost of Seekh Kabab’s smell? A poor man is caught by shopkeeper while he warms his bread on the shopkeepers hearth. The shopkeeper demands money from the poor man and a argument ensues. This is when Mulla Nasruddin steps in. Find out what happens next. A delightful Mulla Nasruddin tale.
Meet Vasavi Mulay from Pune. Apart from writing beautiful short stories, she is an architect, interior designer and a compère. We got a call from Vasavi a few days back that she wished to record stories that she had written, so we invited her to our workspace. With a warm smile she began recording her stories. We could all sense that something precious was being shared. “Of course” she replies, “These stories […]
Welcome to Storython II – 2014 About the event Storython is an event organized jointly by The Orchid School and The Kahani Project. The event is about meeting new people and recording stories about our heritage and culture. All in a span of 3-6 hours. Past Storythons View our past storythons here: How will this happen Here is a quick glance at what we will do Step 1: Select a Story from following categories: […]
Nine year old Chuskit longed to go to school, to make friends, learn math and play games. But she could not …. until Adbul decided to do something about it.
“Fairy tales are more than true: not because they tell us that dragons exist, but because they tell us that dragons can be beaten.” ― Neil Gaiman Our hearts know that a more beautiful world is possible but it’s the mind which finds it hard to believe that. And I believe stories can bridge the two. Sometimes the change we want to bring doesn’t fit into our existing story of the […]
A 7-year-old was very happy with his creation that day. He told my friend Monika, “Someone told us that the blind cannot do two things – Drive and Draw. Today we could draw.” This was the magic that all of us co-created that day. This is what this story is about. Our assumptions are our boundaries. Nothing is more empowering to me than one more assumption breaking. Drawing with the touching slate broke down many of them for all of us that day.