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“The concept is very good. Storytelling enriches learning and teaching. It can create self-knowledge and localise education. Kathalaya hopes and believes that soon Storytelling will become an inherent part of the Educational policy.”  – Geeta Ramanujam, Founder Director, Kathalaya Trust and the Academy of Storytelling, Bangalore, India.

“Children learn in a multitude of ways, but the one way that beats all others is the use of illustrated novels. This is a superlative effort to engage students in the art of learning.” –  Jyoti Thyagarajan, Founder Trustee, Meghshala Trust, Bangalore, India. 

“This concept uniquely stands out from the regular classroom coaching as it involves entertainment to teach. It’s bound to influence young minds in a positive way in retention of concepts.” – Dr. G. Venkatesh Iyengar, Adjunct Professor, Friedman School of Nutrition Science and Policy, Tufts University, Boston, MA, USA.

“What a brilliant way of making learning fun for children – and including some simple life lessons too. The future looks promising for efundu.” Sara Adhikari, former Journalist, The Sun, UK and Founder of Small Change, Kolkata, India, a Trust that helps NGOs communicate better. 

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