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Awesome show! - by Laya Ashwin for Unfairly Tales - With Dramamia .
a good discussion which gave insights and answered some queries - by Sudhendu for Poem Vs. Song-Workshop for BPF 2017 - With Niranjan Iyengar .
The ambiance was so-so. It could have been better.

But the performance was OUTSTANDING!
- by Neeraja Raghavan for Dastan Dhaai Aakhar Ki - With Ankit Chadha .
Unique and ammazing style of weaving a story!! - by Ramani for Dastan-e-Khanabadosh - With Ankit Chadha .
Good - by Sukla M C for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Good one. Kudos to Padma. Keep it up. - by Shashwat Rao for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Awesome experience - by Soumadeep Sen for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
The sound quality could have been better. - by Sulagna Halder for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Great. New skill added in my life to make others happy. - by Damodaran for Teaching Through Stories - Workshop By Storywallahs .
Its good. - by Raju M for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Had a fun time painting. Sunday well spent! - by Mithila Kumar for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Excellent - by Atharva for ROBO-G Hands On Learning WORKSHOP .
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Atta Galatta is one of the perfect spots for book lovers and thinkers in the city. In contrast to the roads right outside, the venue is tucked away in it’s ‘peace’ zone. The venue hosts some interesting events like book reading, book review and discussion panels for voracious readers and literature lovers.



This is one spot in the city that lets you grab a cuppa, bury your nose in a book and just be your thoughtful self if you are a book lover. They have a collection of books that they let you choose from and a bakery that is too tempting to go unnoticed. If not any of this, Atta Galatta is the best place you could meet like-minded people over book reviews or just another thoughtful conversations.

After hosting umpteen book releases, talks, book reviews and literary events, Atta Galatta still is a haven to some self-contained souls in the city. Their menu from the bakery however, doesn’t really scream contentment out loud. They bake one of the best breads, their banana bread is to die for. To grab a chai and a book to sink into the nearest chair should be on your to-do list if you are near Atta Galatta anytime.

Phone Number

08041600677

Address

Atta Galatta 134, 1st A Main Road KHB Colony 5th Block Koramangala Bengaluru, Karnataka 560095
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Atta Galatta
Mon, 23 Oct
Atta Galatta
The Magic Cap is a storybook approach towards inculcating citizenship values in the young. The book takes the narrator, a 13 year old kid, through a fantasy land inhabited by strange looking creatures, but with life situations similar to our own! As the kid navigates this world, key values of citizenship and democracy are brought to the forefront.

Join for a fun session where we will wear our magic caps and escape to a land of fun, adventure and learning! The Magic Cap is brought to you by CMCA, a pioneer in citizenship and lifeskills education

The hands on workshop for children is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
The Magic Cap is a storybook approach towards inculcating citizenship values in the young. The book takes the narrator, a 13 year old kid, through a fantasy land inhabited by strange looking creatures, but with life situations similar to our own! As the kid navigates this world, key values of citizenship and democracy are brought to the forefront.

Join for a fun session where we will wear our magic caps and escape to a land of fun, adventure and learning! The Magic Cap is brought to you by CMCA, a pioneer in citizenship and lifeskills education

The hands on workshop for children is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Mon, 23 Oct
Atta Galatta
Prahlad Acharya is an internationally renowned magician , ventriloquist and shadow play artist . A master magician , he is one of the few entertainers of the world who use only their bare hands o create an unbelievable world of light and shade

He will be performing his SPEAKING SHADOWS that has travelled across India and the world to countries like Germany , Australia , Singapore etc. for the children

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Prahlad Acharya is an internationally renowned magician , ventriloquist and shadow play artist . A master magician , he is one of the few entertainers of the world who use only their bare hands o create an unbelievable world of light and shade

He will be performing his SPEAKING SHADOWS that has travelled across India and the world to countries like Germany , Australia , Singapore etc. for the children

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Mon, 23 Oct
Atta Galatta
Atta Galatta added an event.
Atta Galatta
Mon, 23 Oct
Atta Galatta
As the day begins, let the kids get into forests and animals through the beautifully designed games

Parents can join in too

The workshop for children is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224As
As the day begins, let the kids get into forests and animals through the beautifully designed games

Parents can join in too

The workshop for children is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224As
Atta Galatta
Mon, 23 Oct
Atta Galatta
The Man Booker Prize for Fiction is a literary prize awarded each year for the best original novel, written in English and published in the UK. A high-profile literary award in British culture, the Booker Prize is greeted with great anticipation and fanfare.

This year the award went to American short story writer George Saunders for his first full-length novel, Lincoln in the Bardo. Saunders is the second American in a row to win the Booker prize, after last years winner Paul Beatty. Saunders win falls four years after eligibility rules were changed to allow writers of any nationality writing in the English language and published in the UK.

The book is based around a real event: the night in 1862 when Abraham Lincoln buried his 11-year-old son Willie in a Washington cemetery. Imagining the boy trapped in the Bardo (a Tibetan Buddhist term for a kind of limbo) the novel follows the fellow dead, also trapped in the graveyard and unwilling to accept death as they observe the boy as he desperately waits for his father to return.
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
Get to listen to one of india's prominent and fabulous children's writer Ranjit Lal in conversation with Sudeshna Shome talking about his love for children , why he writes , where does he get his characters from . Kids get to hear , learn and interact with him asking questions from all the books he has written

The session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Get to listen to one of india's prominent and fabulous children's writer @[100003615145756:2048:Ranjit Lal] in conversation with @[1064763511:2048:Sudeshna Shome] talking about his love for children , why he writes , where does he get his characters from . Kids get to hear , learn and interact with him asking questions from all the books he has written

The session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
Jahnavi Barua is a writer based in Bangalore. Her first book, Next Door, a collection of short stories was published by Penguin India in 2008 to wide critical acclaim. Her second book and first novel, Rebirth,was shortlisted for the 2011 Man Asian Literary Award and the 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize

The workshop for children is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Jahnavi Barua is a writer based in Bangalore. Her first book, Next Door, a collection of short stories was published by Penguin India in 2008 to wide critical acclaim. Her second book and first novel, Rebirth,was shortlisted for the 2011 Man Asian Literary Award and the 2012 Commonwealth Book Prize

The workshop for children is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
This is an interactive launch of The Amar Chitra Katha Studio 's new vlume of the Ramayana . The books for childen will be launched by Ira Mukhoty Jayal and Kavita Kan along with Reena Puri and the ACK team

The session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
This is an interactive launch of @[313807031993827:274:The Amar Chitra Katha Studio] 's new vlume of the Ramayana . The books for childen will be launched by @[705613287:2048:Ira Mukhoty Jayal] and @[667550959:2048:Kavita Kan] along with @[826438377:2048:Reena Puri] and the ACK team

The session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
Namkampani was founded by Surabhi Vasisht & Sonam Powar . First, to create a conducive environment for theatre practitioners to collaborate both emotionally and

intellectually to share their strengths, skills, and ideas. We wish to stimulate, celebrate and enhance understanding of ourselves and others through the shared experience of live theatre

by producing new plays and classics marked by innovative interpretations and a reflection

and inclusion of our community and the world in which we live.

About the Writer

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

G P Rajaratnam is popularly known as Rajaratnam, was a Kannada writer and legendary

poet in Karnataka. He written lot of children poems, He wrote under pen-name of BRAMARA Rajarathnam wrote extensively for children, but had no intention of writing poems for them. It was when he saw a Kannada textbook for kids while standing in for his ill father, a teacher at a school, that he decided to start. That evening, he wrote the poem,

Bannada tagadina tutturi, which is now considered a classic. Naayi Mari, Taata butti tumba rotti, Putaani Krishna, Haavu bantu haavu bantu, Kuri mari byaa and Namma maneyalondu sanna paapa are some other well-loved poems. Often, children start to

learn Kannada with them.

About the play -

Bannada tagadina tutturi is a poem about a boy and the pride he takes in the new flute that he has bought. He plays it all day long and denies to share it with anyone... But there

is something unfortunate that happens... What happens ??? Well.... come over and see it as we take you through this interactive dramatized performance to the Poem

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Namkampani was founded by @[1463328336:2048:Surabhi Vasisht] & @[100001264756276:2048:Sonam Powar] . First, to create a conducive environment for theatre practitioners to collaborate both emotionally and

intellectually to share their strengths, skills, and ideas. We wish to stimulate, celebrate and enhance understanding of ourselves and others through the shared experience of live theatre

by producing new plays and classics marked by innovative interpretations and a reflection

and inclusion of our community and the world in which we live.

About the Writer

-- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- -- --

G P Rajaratnam is popularly known as Rajaratnam, was a Kannada writer and legendary

poet in Karnataka. He written lot of children poems, He wrote under pen-name of BRAMARA Rajarathnam wrote extensively for children, but had no intention of writing poems for them. It was when he saw a Kannada textbook for kids while standing in for his ill father, a teacher at a school, that he decided to start. That evening, he wrote the poem,

Bannada tagadina tutturi, which is now considered a classic. Naayi Mari, Taata butti tumba rotti, Putaani Krishna, Haavu bantu haavu bantu, Kuri mari byaa and Namma maneyalondu sanna paapa are some other well-loved poems. Often, children start to

learn Kannada with them.

About the play -

Bannada tagadina tutturi is a poem about a boy and the pride he takes in the new flute that he has bought. He plays it all day long and denies to share it with anyone... But there

is something unfortunate that happens... What happens ??? Well.... come over and see it as we take you through this interactive dramatized performance to the Poem

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
Its time for Atta Galatta-Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize 2017!

The winner of the category of popular choice is The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad by Twinkle Khanna.

The book is a collection of four utterly magical stories on feminism and the taboos of society that will leave the reader crying, laughing and wholly enchanted. Story one is The Legend of Lakshmi Prasad which talks about a girl who changes her village with an idea. The story speaks about the societys view on the girl child. Story two is Salam, Noni Appa. It is about relationships and finding love at an old age. It illustrates how ones hearts desire is more important than the society. Story three- If the Weather Permits is about the perceived idea of an ideal age for a woman to get married. Story four- The Sanitary Man of Sacred Land is about a man who manufactures sanitary napkins for low cost and spreads awareness about the same in rural areas.

Join us on the 28th and 29th of October at Lalit Ashok to witness the literary zeal of Bangalore. Various notable titles such as this in a multitude of genres will be available for a guaranteed good read. Come by and grab your copy!
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
Theatre Lab (Youth) is an open and enquiring space for theatre study and experiment. It was started in 1996 by Kirtana Kumar with 5 children including her daughter and has since grown to a group of about 50 children who attend Theatre Lab on a regular basis.

There are three groups in Theatre Lab (Youth). Two of them work on Speech &Drama alone. The third advanced group works on with the Theatre Lab(Youth) Comprehensive Curriculum which is an annual and modular syllabus. Their workspace is at Infinite Souls Farm & Artists Retreat. The first year syllabus was Indian Folk Idiom in Contemporary Theatre Making. Second year syllabus includes Women Characters in Shakespeare and Butoh technique. Third year syllabus includes the Natya Shastra and Navarasa theory. The Abhimanyu Project is part of

this.

Over the years, Theatre Lab (Youth) have developed several productions of their own.

Kirtana Kumar is an actor, director, dramaturg, theatre pedagogue and film-maker. She is a trustee of Visthar and Women Artists Group and the creative director of Little Jasmine Productions and Theatre Lab. She has been the recipient of several awards both for her directorial as well as

performance work including the MacArthur Fellowship, India Foundation for the Arts New Performance Award, Oberhausen Award amongst others. She has been working with theatre and

the development sector through workshops, trainings and performance for the last 25 years. She maintains a special interest in issues of gender, sexuality, peace and social justice. She writes on performance and film. She runs an artists residency program at Infinite Souls Farm and Artists

Retreat.

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Theatre Lab (Youth) is an open and enquiring space for theatre study and experiment. It was started in 1996 by Kirtana Kumar with 5 children including her daughter and has since grown to a group of about 50 children who attend Theatre Lab on a regular basis.

There are three groups in Theatre Lab (Youth). Two of them work on Speech &Drama alone. The third advanced group works on with the Theatre Lab(Youth) Comprehensive Curriculum which is an annual and modular syllabus. Their workspace is at Infinite Souls Farm & Artists Retreat. The first year syllabus was Indian Folk Idiom in Contemporary Theatre Making. Second year syllabus includes Women Characters in Shakespeare and Butoh technique. Third year syllabus includes the Natya Shastra and Navarasa theory. The Abhimanyu Project is part of

this.

Over the years, Theatre Lab (Youth) have developed several productions of their own.

@[704787570:2048:Kirtana Kumar] is an actor, director, dramaturg, theatre pedagogue and film-maker. She is a trustee of Visthar and Women Artists Group and the creative director of Little Jasmine Productions and Theatre Lab. She has been the recipient of several awards both for her directorial as well as

performance work including the MacArthur Fellowship, India Foundation for the Arts New Performance Award, Oberhausen Award amongst others. She has been working with theatre and

the development sector through workshops, trainings and performance for the last 25 years. She maintains a special interest in issues of gender, sexuality, peace and social justice. She writes on performance and film. She runs an artists residency program at Infinite Souls Farm and Artists

Retreat.

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sun, 22 Oct
Atta Galatta
Its time for Atta Galatta-Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize 2017!

The award for achievement in Kannada Literature goes to Bolwar Mahammad Kunhi.

Bolwar Mahammad Kunhi is a short story writer, novelist, playwright and scriptwriter, who writes in the Kannada language. He is known for introducing Muslim culture into Kannada prose.

He has authored several short story collections, novels, stage plays and children's books, besides several other editorial works. He has won three Sahitya Akademi Awards from Karnataka Sahitya Academy, including a lifetime achievement award (1997). He has also won National Awards for his contribution to Kannada Films. His works which focus on focus on erasing illusions about Islam in India and nurturing a more positive outlook towards Islam, have been translated into other Indian languages. A post-graduate with a gold medal in Kannada literature from Mysore University, Kunhi is now retired from being a chief manager for Syndicate Bank's Bangalore Corporate Office.

Join us on the 28th and 29th of October at Lalit Ashok to witness the literary zeal of Bangalore. Various notable titles such as this in a multitude of genres will be available for a guaranteed good read. Come by and grab your copy!
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Its time for Atta Galatta-Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize 2017!

The winner of the category of non- fiction is Lone Fox Dancing- Ruskin Bonds autobiography.

In this brilliantly readable autobiography, one of Indias greatest writers shows us the roots of everything he has written. He begins with a dream and a haunting, before taking us to an idyllic childhood in Jamnagar by the Arabian Sea, where he composed his first poem to New Delhi in the early 1940s, where he found material for his first short story. It was a brief period of happiness that ended with his parents separation and the untimely death of his beloved father. His search for companionship and security, undercut by a fierce independence and a tendency for risk-taking, would inform every choice he made for the rest of his life. Full of anecdotes, warmth and gentle wit, Lone Fox Dancing is a book of quiet and enduring magic, much like Ruskin Bond himself.

Join us on the 28th and 29th of October at Lalit Ashok to witness the literary zeal of Bangalore. Various notable titles such as this in a multitude of genres will be available for a guaranteed good read. Come by and grab your copy!
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Aparna Athreya grew up in a family filled with crazy and wild

stories. She grew up and became a software engineer for many

years but the stories really never went away, they just kept piling

up. When the stories became too many to enjoy all alone, she

became a storyteller and started to share stories with the world.

She uses the power of stories in teaching mathematics, science,

lifeskills and to train corporates. Her motto: Never let the child in

you grow up"

The session is part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th , the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/
Aparna Athreya grew up in a family filled with crazy and wild

stories. She grew up and became a software engineer for many

years but the stories really never went away, they just kept piling

up. When the stories became too many to enjoy all alone, she

became a storyteller and started to share stories with the world.

She uses the power of stories in teaching mathematics, science,

lifeskills and to train corporates. Her motto: Never let the child in

you grow up"

The session is part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th , the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Vishwesh Desai was born and raised in Ahmedabad, India, a hardcore Gujju who shares the infamous

Gujarati sweet tooth.

A 16-year- old with a fierce passion for reading and writing, the publication of his short stories in the

Estrade magazine and the 2015 edition of the I CAN book preceded the completion of his debut

novel, Shadows of the Northlands, a fantasy fiction, which also just happens to be the fourth one

he started. Vishwesh was thirteen when he began writing Shadows of the Northlands and fourteen

when it was published.

Aparajitha Sankar is a student of Class 12. She enjoys reading everything from graphic novels to gothic

romance and lists Daphne Du Maurier and PG Wodehouse as her creative inspirations.

She hopes to study Creative Writing and Literature in college

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Vishwesh Desai was born and raised in Ahmedabad, India, a hardcore Gujju who shares the infamous

Gujarati sweet tooth.

A 16-year- old with a fierce passion for reading and writing, the publication of his short stories in the

Estrade magazine and the 2015 edition of the I CAN book preceded the completion of his debut

novel, Shadows of the Northlands, a fantasy fiction, which also just happens to be the fourth one

he started. Vishwesh was thirteen when he began writing Shadows of the Northlands and fourteen

when it was published.

Aparajitha Sankar is a student of Class 12. She enjoys reading everything from graphic novels to gothic

romance and lists Daphne Du Maurier and PG Wodehouse as her creative inspirations.

She hopes to study Creative Writing and Literature in college

The performance is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Stories, they say have a language of their own - a language that everyone understands and responds to.

Kathegalu from illi, Kahaaniyaan from Udhar, Stories from here, there and everywhere.

Idhar Udhar Kathegalu is a unique story session that brings together stories from here and there in Kannada, Hindi, English and more.

Fasten your seat belts and join us on a fun ride across lands more than one, as we explore the earth and its various facets through stories in languages more than one.

Storywallahs is a Bangalore based organisation which believes that stories are the best way to inspire, motivate, and teach. Driven by this belief, they not only work with schools and help them leverage the power of stories in teaching, but also work with organisations and help them discover and use the power of stories in their personal and professional lives. You can also catch them entertaining children and adults alike with their stories at various cultural spaces and literature festivals across the country.

he session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Stories, they say have a language of their own - a language that everyone understands and responds to.

Kathegalu from illi, Kahaaniyaan from Udhar, Stories from here, there and everywhere.

Idhar Udhar Kathegalu is a unique story session that brings together stories from here and there in Kannada, Hindi, English and more.

Fasten your seat belts and join us on a fun ride across lands more than one, as we explore the earth and its various facets through stories in languages more than one.

Storywallahs is a Bangalore based organisation which believes that stories are the best way to inspire, motivate, and teach. Driven by this belief, they not only work with schools and help them leverage the power of stories in teaching, but also work with organisations and help them discover and use the power of stories in their personal and professional lives. You can also catch them entertaining children and adults alike with their stories at various cultural spaces and literature festivals across the country.

he session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the @[291606757603465:274:Bangalore Literature Festival] on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Krishna Bala Shenoi spends his days making things (mostly illustrations), procrastinating, and exploring film. His artwork, spanning a variety of styles, has accompanied children's literature in picture books and short story collections from Tulika, Scholastic, Penguin and Katha, with projects from other publishers currently in development. His work in film and animation, passions he pursued at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, has been recognized by the likes of Roger Ebert and Steven Spielberg. He lives in Bangalore, where he plans to continue contributing to children's storytelling, imbuing his work with gentleness and a sense of wonder.

The session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Krishna Bala Shenoi spends his days making things (mostly illustrations), procrastinating, and exploring film. His artwork, spanning a variety of styles, has accompanied children's literature in picture books and short story collections from Tulika, Scholastic, Penguin and Katha, with projects from other publishers currently in development. His work in film and animation, passions he pursued at Srishti School of Art, Design and Technology, has been recognized by the likes of Roger Ebert and Steven Spielberg. He lives in Bangalore, where he plans to continue contributing to children's storytelling, imbuing his work with gentleness and a sense of wonder.

The session is part of the Children | Literature | Fun as part of the Bangalore Literature Festival on the 28th and 29th, the schedule for which can be seen at http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/schedule/

Children's events schedule

http://bangaloreliteraturefestival.org/year-2017/c-l-f/

Please call/message for any queries about the children's events with Vikram Sridhar @ 9945799224
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Its time for Atta Galatta-Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize 2017!

The winner of the category of fiction is The Small-Town Sea by Anees Salim.

The Small-town Sea is a masterful tale of love, friendship and family from one of Indias most compelling storytellers. Uprooted from a bustling city, the thirteen-year-old protagonist is replanted in his fathers hometown where he struggles to cope with his new life. He reluctantly makes friends with a boy who lives in an orphanage run by the local mosque. Together, they embark on clandestine adventures. But his fathers death unsettles the boys life once again and he finds himself trying to stay afloat in a sea of unexpected changes.

Join us on the 28th and 29th of October at Lalit Ashok to witness the literary zeal of Bangalore. Various notable titles such as this in a multitude of genres will be available for a guaranteed good read. Come by and grab your copy!
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
The Young World Club carnival is back with another exciting workshop for you!

Sign-up now for a fun evening with balloons. Join in as we take your kids through an exciting journey of creating animals and other characters using balloons. Watch them unleash their creativity as they engage in an exciting adventure filled with fun, colours, balloons and much more!

Sunday 22nd Oct 12PM onward. Tickets to be bought online only.
The Young World Club carnival is back with another exciting workshop for you! Sign-up now for a fun evening with balloons. Join in as we take your kids through an exciting journey of creating animals and other characters using balloons. Watch them unleash their creativity as they engage in an exciti...
Atta Galatta
Sat, 21 Oct
Atta Galatta
Its time for Atta Galatta-Bangalore Literature Festival Book Prize 2017!

One among the shortlisted books for the category of non-fiction is I Want to Destroy Myself: A Memoir by Malika Amar Shaikh.

It is the unvarnished story of a marriage, questioning the patriarchy and masculinity of contemporary Indian society. It is a memoir of a woman and a writer seeking her space in a mans world, Malika Amar Shaikhs autobiography is also a portrait of Bombay poets, activists, prostitutes and fighters. There isnt another memoir in Indian writing as honest and pitiless as this. Published originally in Marathi, Jerry Pintos superb translation revives this lost classic and makes it available for the first time in English. This book is a must-read for all those who believe in gender equality.

Join us on the 28th and 29th of October at Lalit Ashok to witness the literary zeal of Bangalore. Various notable titles such as this in a multitude of genres will be available for a guaranteed good read. Come by and grab your copy!
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Reviews 4.2
Awesome show! - by Laya Ashwin for Unfairly Tales - With Dramamia .
a good discussion which gave insights and answered some queries - by Sudhendu for Poem Vs. Song-Workshop for BPF 2017 - With Niranjan Iyengar .
The ambiance was so-so. It could have been better.

But the performance was OUTSTANDING!
- by Neeraja Raghavan for Dastan Dhaai Aakhar Ki - With Ankit Chadha .
Unique and ammazing style of weaving a story!! - by Ramani for Dastan-e-Khanabadosh - With Ankit Chadha .
Good - by Sukla M C for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Good one. Kudos to Padma. Keep it up. - by Shashwat Rao for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Awesome experience - by Soumadeep Sen for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
The sound quality could have been better. - by Sulagna Halder for Soul Run - Where the trail leads (Film) .
Great. New skill added in my life to make others happy. - by Damodaran for Teaching Through Stories - Workshop By Storywallahs .
Its good. - by Raju M for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Had a fun time painting. Sunday well spent! - by Mithila Kumar for Painting Workshop With Cool Colors .
Excellent - by Atharva for ROBO-G Hands On Learning WORKSHOP .
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