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If one were to ask you that what has carried the ancient history and ancient fables into the present? Your answers would be books, scriptures, fables, epics etc. Right? Aren’t they all primarily stories? Weren’t they all written by people who experienced the happenings of the past first hand or researched them to find enough facts and figures to build up one comprehensive story. Yes! Everything we know today was created someday and passed on to us in the form of a story. This is what Shreya Biswas, a renowned story teller based out of India had to say when I asked her if Story Telling was the latest fad.



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what we do


“It's like everyone tells a story about themselves inside their own head. Always. All the time. That story makes you what you are. We build ourselves out of that story.”

Story Telling Re-invented


“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.”

There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.”


“Tell me and I forget, teach me and I may remember, involve me and I learn.”

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Katharangam has initiated the process of recognizing synergies of various other performing arts form with storytelling as its mainstay.

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Storytelling belongs in an on-going and fundamental way in education. Why? Because storytelling WORKS!

Storytelling provides natural, organic pathways to learning language and communication, socialization and collaboration.It makes math, social studies and science concepts relevant and meaningful.

Storytelling is important -- impactful – effective -- and joyful for both the students and the teacher/storyteller!


We are all storytellers at heart. We hear and tell stories every day.

This workshop unpacks the structure and dynamics of the art of storytelling so that we become more effective communicators.

What is a story and why do we tell it?

Story structure. What is your story?

Voice, gesture’s & theatrics.


Storytelling is one of the most important tools of any educator or parent of a child with special need.

Our curated workshops help your child get to know sounds, words and language, and develop early literacy skills. They also learn to value books and stories, and spark's your child's imagination and stimulate curiosity. It also help develop your child's brain, ability to focus, concentration, social skills and communication skills.

Arts Integration is an approach to teaching in which students construct and demonstrate understanding through an ART FORM.Students engage in a CREATIVE PROCESS which CONNECTS an art form and another subject area and meets EVOLVING OBJECTIVES.

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Reading and storytelling with babies and children promotes brain development and imagination, develops language and emotions, and strengthens relationships. Using simple props , music and pictures to help the stories come alive and

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Storytelling is a unique way for children to develop an understanding, respect and appreciation for each other.

This workshop is designed especially for children, to help them learn the basics of storytelling through fun activities.

business storytelling

Storytelling is a strong business skill and when implemented effectively, it can boost businesses in a number of ways, as in improving customer loyalty, creating a strong marketing strategy, people strategy, operational strategy, in implementing global best practices and organisational psychology.

Our brains are wired to remember stories, but weaving tales alone is not enough to spur your customer, prospect, or manager to act. It is the arc of a story combined with powerful data and visuals that achieves the right balance of logic and emotion to generate decision-making.

reason, Emotion and the Human Brain,” neuroscience tells us that humans respond more powerfully to stories than plain facts or data alone.

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KATHARANGAMS business story telling workshop introduces a framework for turning your data, insights, and recommendations into compelling, audience-centric business stories. The workshop is delivered virtually, on-demand digitally, and faces-to- face—arms cross-functional teams with a collaborative tool and a common language for sharing ideas and presenting only the best solutions.

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Our work starts with listening. We take the time to understand you, your organization and your goals. We want to “get” you so we can create tools that are a natural fit with your day-to-day work. You won’t hear us say, “let us tell you how leadership storytelling is done.” Instead, we will ask, “how can you become the best leadership storyteller possible in your unique context?”

When it comes to your stories, you are the expert. We want to unveil who you are, not make you like us.

We do this by mixing structure and freedom. Every story needs both structure and surprises. So does every session that teaches you about leadership storytelling.

Come discover your leadership stories with us.

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LET’S FACE IT - understanding child sexual abuse

An awareness program for all parents and teachers

Any child is at risk of being sexual abused. It's important to remember that both boys and girls can be sexually abused.

A child might not understand that what’s happening is abuse or that it’s wrong. It’s important for a parent or teacher to understand what a sexual abuse is . It is scary that it can happen anywhere, anytime and most of the times the abuser is known to the child.




Every parent remembers the day their child first goes to school. It’s such a unique feeling of joy and pride as the child steps into a new wonderful world.

When, some kids cannot cope up with learning languages or maths and in particular with reading or writing, these children are instantly branded as careless, lacking interest/ concentration, a slow learner. In today’s world of extensive competition, the joy of learning turns into a nightmare for these children.

In most cases, it’s possible, that these children are affected by Learning Disabilities ( LD ) . Nearly 3-5% of children suffer from LDs like Dyslexia, Dysgraphia, Dyscalculia etc , finding it difficult to cope with studies . With support and timely intervention from parents and teachers, these children can do exceedingly well in life.

Our aim is to increase the awareness and sensitivity towards students suffering from Learning Disabilities. With the help of our expert we will try to understand learning difficulties, so that we can identify it at the earliest and intervene and help our children.

Let us all work together and help these children rediscover the joys of learning.

From story circles, to performances, workshops, and our biennial international events, KATHARANGAM hosts a range of events throughout the year to let you experience oral storytelling and develop your own storytelling craft. storytelling masterclass with the best in the industry.


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