Life is a journey, and the destination depends on the path you choose.
Chakravyuh presents the life stories of mothers and warriors from Mahabharata, uncovering the secrets of their lives. The stories of vows, reverence, and perseverance. The stories of desires, needs, and revenge. The stories of birth, education, anxiety, and apprehension. Come and discover some untold truths from the greatest epic ever told in the history of humankind. The truths of mothers and their warrior sons from Mahabharata.
Nidhi Jain: Dr. Nidhi Jain, a teacher, mentor, storyteller, researcher, and a writer, works with parents and guardians to understand the child behaviour and help them discovering the hidden talents by making storytelling a strong base of teaching and learning. Her students learn with and from nature, traversing the boundaries of concrete classrooms. She believes in making storytelling a mode of expression, creativity, expanding the horizons of minds, and uncovering our hidden potentials.
Aniket S Sharma: Aniket S Sharma, native Indian, has keen interest in the mythological history of India. He believes in reflecting at the historical events and translate it per the modern era. His interest in understanding the great Indian epics has inspired him in retelling the stories. His idea of following the mythologies is to discuss the achievements of the characters and place them in the modern context. His thoughts of discovering the life from each chapter of history have helped him in identifying the deepest hidden meanings. His mantra of life is “Create Opportunity”, and he believes, “if we create new opportunities each passing day, it would be no less than achieving Nirvana.”