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ReadtoSucceed - the Book Club at EasyLib Hyderabad
Age: 8 - 13 years
Date: Every 2nd and 4th Saturday
Time : 4.30 pm-6.30 pm
Venue: Easylib, Hyderabad
Fees: Free for EasyLib Annual members
Rs.100 per session per kid for monthly members
The early reader becomes the book worm, and gets the treasures in life. We, at EasyLib Hyderabad, are committed to turn the young readers into avid ones, and they learn to appreciate the words alongside, through discussions or pictures or maps or even while they attempt to write themselves. With fun activities and interactions, this cool book club is sure to make you hooked to the books. Pictures of some of our sessions here.Registrations here.
Six Dates With Shakespeare at EasyLib Hyderabad
Age: 10+ years
Date: 18th Oct onwards
Time : 5 pm - 7 pm
Venue: Easylib, Hyderabad
Fees: Rs 500 for the series/ Rs 100 per session for EasyLib members
Rs. 1000 for the series/ Rs.200 per session for non-members
Are you one of those who are afraid of going near Shakespeare - thinking him to be too serious, or too old, or too heavy for reading? Answer this - do you use phrases like 'so-so', 'good riddance', 'laughing stock', 'love is blind' or 'vanish into thin air'? If yes, the believe it or not, you already have Shakespeare in your life! You don't believe it yet - then sign up for six exciting dates with Shakespeare and we'll show you how much fun the Bard can be with the famous and gentle author Nandini Nayar leading us on the way to explore Shakespeare. Pictures of the previous sessions here.Registrations here.
HORROR-ific Halloween for BOO-tiful Beasts- a storytelling at EasyLib Hyderabad
Age: All ages
Date: 1st Nov
Time : 6.00 pm-7.00 pm
Venue: Easylib, Hyderabad
Fees: Members monsters come free
Non-members - Rs 100/-
This Halloween, we welcome you to a Spook-tacular storytelling - all ghostly and ghastly! Beware, it's going to be BEARY SCARY, and there are going to be some TERROR-ific stories! Come dressed to scare and look your BOO-tiful best!!Registrations for the event here.
Diwali: Legends and lights - Storytelling and craft session at EasyLib Hyderabad
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
While all of them knew about diyas and the story of Rama coming back to Ayodhya after slaying Ravana, they did like the stories of the Amrut Manthan, Narkasur, Goddess Lakshmi's wedding, Govardhan Pooja and Bhai Dooj - and the craft work - just have a look at the pictures! They are sure to impress you here.
Kathaa Kaalakshepam - Storytelling and craft session at EasyLib Hyderabad
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
Beautiful stories in Telugu, with a lot of sign alongs, and very interesting tales narrated by Uma Kiranam. The masks were an added bonus!! Pictures of the event here.
Will You come to 'My House'? - Book launch and craft session at EasyLib Hyderabad
10:30 am - 12:30 pm
They all came, and we all played house - led by our favorite Nandini Nayar. The morning that started with the other favorite stories of Nandini , ended with her telling us all the story of her new book 'My House' by Tulika Publishers, and then the inspired children took the challenge of making their own houses! And some houses they were, with all the creativity unleashed, and the mothers enthusiastically participating with the kids too! Thank you Nandini, and all of you who came - you made our day!! Pictures of the event here.
Protecting Our Own, Protecting Our Nation - A lyrical odyssey at EasyLib Hyderabad
12:00 pm - 02:00 pm
It was a patriotic wave all around at EasyLib Hyderabad, as the children heard enraptured to the poetry and songs related to Indian Independence struggle - accompanied by very talented Riya, who sang and danced beautifully to these poems. Dr Gita, was as usual at her storytelling best, and told us so many stories about the Independence, and why we celebrate Rakhi! Pictures of the event here.
The Chicken that Started It All - Book Reading and Letter Writing session at EasyLib Hyderabad
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
It is always fun having Nandini Nayar around - and this time was extra special because we were the first to lay our hands on her latest release - The Chicken that Started It All published by MangoBooks DC. The kids were so enthusiastic with their guesses, and there was no stopping them when they wrote their own letters to aliens to convince them not to eat humans - they could give a tip or two about the convincing skills to the best minds out there! Pictures of the event here.
We shall All Be Friends - Storytelling and Activity session at EasyLib Hyderabad
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Kids at EasyLib celebrated the spirit of friendship with all friends, listening to stories about friendship of our most favorite characters Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore, Tigger and Roo. After we heard the stories, we made friendship bands for our own friends, for celebrating the friendship day. Pictures of the event here.
FunPlus for TenPlus - Book reading and Poetry writing at EasyLib Hyderabad
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
Children's author Cheryl Rao graced us with a visit for a book reading session from her latest release 'Long & Short Teen Tales' - and wowed the children and adults alike! And she made poetry writing sound so simple for even the novices - at the end of it, we all wanted more. Pictures of the event here.
Around the world with Folk Tales - A storytelling session and discussion at EasyLib Hyderabad
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
The Folk Tales that took us to Norway, Scotland, Tibet, China and France, and what fun we had! A really interesting study of the world map and a discussion where we shared all interesting facts we knew about all of these countries really made our day the Sunday morning!! Pictures of the event here.
How I wish - A storytelling and activity session at EasyLib Hyderabad
11:00 am - 12:30 pm
There was P.J. Funnybunny, who didn't want to be a bunny any longer, and went looking for who he could be. And then there was this boy, who wished he could grow a long nose, or a whale spout, or a pair of duck feet. But, as we went through the stories, we all unanimously agreed that we love being ourselves - though we could all do with a little bit of super powers. The hand-print animals followed, and the little artists loved the mess! Pictures of the event here.
Fun With Creative Writing by Cheryl Rao
20thMay - 24thMay 2014
10:30 am - 1:30 pm
Was it Creative, and Was it Writing! We can't express in words how fun the Creative Writing workshops with Cheryl Rao were! The budding authors just bowled us over with their enthusiasm and imagination, and so tirelessly wrote it all. Some of the work written by the participants has been picked up by Nivasini publishers to be published in an anthology, to be released very soon.! Pictures of the workshop here
The Mightiest in the World - A puppet show by Sphoorthi Theatre & Puppetry Art Centre!
Sunday, 27thApril, 2014
10:30 am - 1:30 pm
What's better than a very nice Puppet Show? Well, an opportunity to learn how to make your own puppets And we did just that at Easy Library Hyderabad with Sphoorthi Theatre's team, headed by Padmini! Look at the really fun pics of a really fun event here
Think Outside the Pun - Seamless Integration of Humour in Writing
Saturday, 15thMarch, 2014
5:00 pm - 6:00pm
Shinie Antony in conversation with Rachna Singh, author of Dating, Diapers and Denial, Nuotial Knots, That Autumn in Awadh.
About Rachna's third book was launched in Jan 2014. It's called 'That Autumn in Awadh'. It's a romantic comedy. As in a typical romantic comedy the two lovers are young, likeable, and quite, hopelessly, meant for each other. They are kept apart by several complicating circumstance which come in vicious packets of surprising twists. Of course, there is the quintessential fairy-tale-style happy ending. There is a main plot and the sub plots that run parallel to it. In the sub plots, there are generous servings of humour, ranging from keen, hilarious observations around community life to workplace humour.
The book moves at the pace of a thriller, and the twists and turns keep the reader at his or her seat's edge. The plot, while on a theme that is common, is taut and gripping. The imagery around the cities across which the story unfolds: Lucknow, Allahabad, Mussoorie, and Bangalore is vivid, relatable and beautiful. Finally, the large scoops of humour keep you chuckling!
There is no villain in the book: it's all about coping with honour-shame.
In cultural anthropology, a shame culture, also called honour-shame culture or shame society, is the concept that, in a given society, the primary device for gaining control over children and maintaining social order is the inculcation of shame and the complementary threat of ostracism.
TAIA brings forth to the reader the struggles resultant of ‘shame' experienced by families when their children decide to marry across the lines that uphold self-esteem: class, caste, religion.
The book is doing extremely well, as early reports come in.
On writing memorable women characters : with authors Gita Aravamudan and Radhika Nathan
Saturday, 8thMarch, 2014
This women's day, EasyLib welcomed its patrons for an interesting session. Authors Gita Aravamudan and Radhika Nathan shared their thoughts and experiences on what it takes to write strong women characters.
About Radhika Nathan
Radhika Nathan is the debutant author of the historical romance 'The Mute Anklet'. She has been writing essays, stories and blogs for a long time, but has shared them primarily with family and friends. Her love for books, familiarity with the places that she writes about and her passion for researching have made the long journey of writing the novel interesting and immensely pleasurable.
The Mute Anklet
It's the 1790s in India. The third Anglo-Mysore War between the kingdom of Mysore and the East India Company is hurtling towards a climax. The British, having captured the Malabar Coast are lurching nervously towards Bangalore. Tipu Sultan is waging a ferocious battle.
Grew up in a small gold mining town in Karnataka, went to college in Bangalore taught high school for a year and then somehow squeezed her way into journalism in the late 1960s when media organizations were totally anti-women.
Worked as a trainee for Hindustan Times Delhi and then at the age of 21 became a full-fledged reporter for Indian Express Bangalore…the first woman reporter in the city. Free-lanced for a long, long time thereafter from Trivandrum where she landed after getting married. Wrote for every conceivable English language publication on every conceivable subject until she finally zeroed in on gender issues. Has had long running columns in major newspapers like The Hindu, Express & Times of India on subjects ranging from urban living and art to ofcourse gender.
Has previously published 3books of non-fiction: Voices in My Blood (Sterling 1990) (translated into Tamil), Disappearing Daughters (Penguin 2007)(translated into Marathi & Japanese), Unbound(Penguin 2010) and 1 book of fiction: The Healing (Harper Collins 2008)
Her next book of non-fiction on surrogacy also to be published by Harper Collins is scheduled to come out later this year.
Colour of Gold
Colour of Gold is a mystery novel set in Kolar Gold Fields one of India's oldest gold mining towns. The unexpected death of an Anglo Indian employee of the mines, a mysterious letter from England and an Australian journalist investigating the closure of what were once the richest mines in the country.
Three seemingly unconnected strands which help uncover a century old secret which might have remained buried forever.
In the process of unraveling the mystery flits up and down across a span of 100 years, and brings alive the life and times of a special town with a special way of life which disappeared forever when the Mines closed.
Tangled Verses - A poetic Jugalbandi between Shikha Malaviya and Amruta Dongray
Saturday, 1stMarch, 2014
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
Tangled Verses -A poetic jugalbandi between
Shikha Malaviya & Amruta Dongray
An evening with poet Sabarna Roy and Nidhi Mahesh
Sabarna Roy works in a senior management position in a manufacturing and engineering construction company. An avid reader and a film buff, Roy is widely traveled in India and lives in Kolkata with his family. He writes poetry to reconnect with himself. His work includes Winter Poems, Frosted Glass, Abyss, and Pentacles - collections of poetry, play, and also short fiction.
Nidhi is a dreamer. Words fascinate her and the surroundings goad her to pour out her thoughts and convictions in the form of poetry and prose. Cook and book sums up her passion.
Women in the Indian Epics and Myths
Author Ravi Subramanian at the lib!
Meet the author Shashi Deshpande
A thought-provoking tete-a-tete with eminent writer Shashi Deshpande. It was a perfect mix of light moments and serious ones. All in all, a wonderful discussion which left everyone with food for thought. This one won't be forgotten anytime soon. Was an ideal session for budding writers.
See here for event photos.
Discover a new writer - Sumana Khan
Book Talk : Days of Gold & Sepia by Yasmeen Premji
This is the saga of Lalljee Lakha as he rises from his humble beginnings as a penniless orphan in his desert homeland of Kutch to amass a large fortune as Bombays Cotton King. Set against the eventful period between Indias War for Independence in 1857 and the fledgling freedom struggle of the early twentieth century, this sweeping tale is peopled by a vibrant array of characters merchant princes and maharajas, courtesans and soothsayers, pirates, freedom fighters and soldiers of the British Raj. Days of Gold and Sepia paints the portrait of a man of courage and character, and is the story of the discovery of life, the pain of a passionate and doomed love and family feuds, and of great personal integrity and human frailty.
Yasmeen Premji - Born and raised in erstwhile Bombay, Yasmeen Premji graduated from St. Xavier's College before completing her master's degree from Smith College, USA. She worked as assistant editor for the Indian design magazine, Inside Outside, for many years before moving with her husband Azim to Bangalore, India's IT capital, which she now calls home. This is her first novel.
Locks, Mahabharata and Mathematics: An Exploration of Unexpected Parallels
It was an evening like none else! Locks, Mahabharata, and Mathematics - all the three facets came alive with the words of Dr. V. Raghunathan. But, the show-stopper was most certainly the author's collection of locks! And, he was so generous that he let the audience play with the locks!
Pictures on our facebook event page
Book talk with Tilman Ramstedt
An exciting storytelling workshop for kids!
Book Release : 'Animation World' by Nidhi Prakash
Saturday, 14th September, 2013
Nidhi Prakash wrote the book when she was a 8 year old and now she is 10. She studies at the Bishop Cotton Girl School in 5th Standard. She likes to read and being outdoors. Nidhi wants to pursue writing as a hobby.
Colors of Love : Love Stories From Mahabharatha
Storytelling for adults by Geeta Ramanujam
Storytelling for adults! Doesn't happen everyday and more so doesn't happen everyday by Geeta Ramanujam. It was a mesmerizing evening when Geeta transported the audience to the world of stores. Geeta brought to life two little known stories from Mahabharatha, that of Chandreyi and Sushobhana - two beautiful women, one an eternal romantic and the other a seductress! If all of the photos of Geeta are blurred, thats only because she was not still for a moment! But the audience sat without moving a muscle!
See pictures here
Launch of 'Foreign' by Sonora Jha
Anita Nair's reading from Cut Like Wound
It was, as expected, a wonderful session with writer Anita Nair. She read excerpts from her new crime fiction (or literary noir as it is called) novel Cut like wound and graciously and patiently interacted at length with the audience. It was educational to hear her spoke about her method of research and her craft of writing. One aspect was clear after listen to Anita - that it takes a great lot of effort, talent, intuition, and reading to become an accomplished writer of her stature! Wish more aspiring writers had attended the session to listen to her words of wisdom, spoken so accessibly.
Rock the Talk : with Revathi Suresh & Suzanne Sangi
Meet the authors Zac O'Yeah and Eshwar Sundaresan
Fiction Writing Workshop by author Shinie Antony
Hands on Science Club by Prity Mehta
Who says science can't be fun?
Sing-along with Arthi
Cool stories and a craft for a hot summer!
Meet the authors Nandita Bose and Rachna Singh at EasyLib
Meet the author: Milan Vohra
Meet Authors Marianne de Nazareth and Prem Rao
Storytelling with Rashmi Kulkarni
Two-day fiction workshop by writer Shinie Antony at Easy Library
Meet the authors Manreet Sodhi Someshwar and Sheila Kumar.
Writer Shinie Antony will be in conversation with them.
Insightful, thoughtful and yet entertaining and lively! That is how we would sum up the session we had with Manreet Sodhi Someshwar, Sheila kumar, and Shinie Antony. Thank you writers and all of you so-clued-in audience!
The English Translation of Sivakamiyin Sabadham: by Nandini Vijayaraghavan
Nandini Vijayaraghavan read from her debut translation; Kalki Krishnamurthy’s historical Tamil novel ‘Sivakamiyin Sabadham’ (‘Sivakami’s Oath’). This historical novel, considered by many as one of the best Tamil novels ever written, narrates the morganatic romance between the Crown Prince Narasimha Varma Pallavar and the land’s foremost danseuse, Sivakami, against the backdrop of the turbulent relationship between the Pallavas and the Chalukyas during 7th century AD in South India.
An hour of fun and frolic for the little ones : by Rashmi Kulkarni
Rashmi told the story of a happy caterpillar using her collection of wonderful props and puppets, followed by an interesting activity of making a paper butterfly. The evening ended by her reading a story from Chhota Bheem!
Roll of Honour : by Amandeep Sandhu
Amandeep Sandhu reads from his new book Roll of Honour - a story of split loyalties of an adolescent Sikh boy studying in a military school in Punjab in 1984: Operation Blue Star, Mrs. Gandhi's assassination, riots, the hard life in a residential school.
Aman's earlier book Sepia Leaves was a story of a dysfunctional home under the shadow of schizophrenia from a care giver child's point of view.
More on Aman here www.amandeepsandhu.com
Fun with science : by Prity Mehta
2. The magical "Periscope"
What do you do when you want to see what is out there but do not want to stick your head out? Like in a battlefield, in a submarine or simply when you hear sounds outside your door? Use a Periscope! This simple mechanism which works on the principle of reflection of light lets you see without being seen. Make and take home your very own periscope from this workshop!
Don't hire the best : by Abhijit Bhaduri
Marking the 100 THOUSAND POETS for CHANGE
September 29th 2012
Tea for two and a peace of cake : by Preeti Shenoy (with Random House)
Those who attended Preeti Shenoy's reading at EasyLib, even the ones who braved the rain and traffic, were glad they did! Writer Shinie Antony set the mood for the evening with her initial set of questions to Preeti. Followed by Preeti's reading from her new book 'Tea for two and a piece of cake.' Well, now we have to read the book because we want to know what happens at the end!
The Q&A, IMHO, was an amazing part of the evening, thanks to a superbly clued in audience. Questions ranged from how she makes time for writing (I don't watch any TV!) to what her message to the society is (My books are about people and their personal experiences. They don't really delve on larger societal issues). Preeti being an artist was quizzed whether her art inspires her writing ("Not really. Writing and painting are two separate compartments in my life. One doesn't influence the other").Preeti is an eloquent yet a simple and straightforward writer, which reflected in the way she spoke as well. She answered questions without intellectualizing her opinions, which explains her HUGE fan base!
Pictures from the event are here17-09-2012
Thank you Preeti, Shinie and thank you attendees! And a special thanks to Cupcake Noggins for a lovely fare!
Have you seen this? : by Arthi Anand Navaneeth. (with Tulika Books)
An energetic Arthi met her match in the young audience! The library truly came alive with screams of delight and peals of laughter! Thanks you Arthi Anand for a lovely afternoon.
Check out the photos on our facebook page
Physics behind the heart : by Prity Mehta
The heart is an organ that purifies the blood and pumps the purified blood to the rest of the body. How does the pumping work?
The children learnt the physics behind this routine act!
Meet the author: Shriram Iyer
EasyLib and Westland Books bring the talented writer, professional singer, and our own Bangalore boy Shriram Iyer to EasyLib on the 19th of August, Sunday at 11 am. He will share exciting 'behind the scenes' information from his new book Wings of Silence, the story of a deaf boy who aims for Olympic glory in the Moscow Marathon in 1980. Also, for the first time the book has its own dedicated soundtrack. So be prepared to be entertained and engaged with some live songs by him! Come, be a part of the amazing journey
Bangalore-born Shriram Iyer, a management professional based in Melbourne, Australia, has authored several short stories, theatre scripts and screenplays for short films. Silver-medalist under the Shankar's International Award in 1996 given by the President of India, Shriram is also a professional singer who has to his credit an Indian pop album, Is Dhundh Mein, (released in 2007 by well-known singer Shankar Mahadevan) as well as over 400 concerts in India, Australia, New Zealand and USA. Wings of Silence is his debut novel.
About the Book: Wings of Silence
Saurav Sethi, teenage prodigy and future tennis star in the making, watches his elder brother Raj fight a losing battle in life. But father Akshay Sethi turns a blind eye, letting his elder son spiral into the depths of depression. Saurav challenges destiny and prepares to give Raj a life he deserves, but will his life-changing decision see Raj's seemingly impossible dream of running the marathon in the 1980 Olympics come to life? Or will it completely devastate the family to a point of no return? Set against a turbulent time during the cold war between the US and the USSR, the Sethi brothers embark on a roller-coaster ride that will push their courage and grit beyond all known limits.
Anjum Hasan and Brinda Narayan at EasyLib
An intelligent and entertaining evening with Anjum and Brinda at EasyLib.
When people started terming Anjum's first novel "Lunatic in my head" a book about Shillong, she decided to call "Neti Neti" a book about Bangalore! But "no work of fiction is precisely about one thing; it is about a lot small things" opined Anjum. She had a lot of very interesting thoughts on writing fiction and her crisp and clear talk held the audience in rapt attention.
"Employees in call centers are forced to sound positive and happy despite their personal woes, and that too in an adopted accept. This causes a severe imbalance in people's psyche " said Brinda Narayan. She was intrigued by employees losing not just their names in these jobs but their emotional bearings as well. Brinda's book "Bangalore calling" is a fictional summation of the stories she had researched as well heard during the course of her career as a quality consultant for call centers.
The evening ended with the audience quizzing the authors. Questions ranged from why we are bothered by the death of regional languages to how and why people adopt accents.
View photos of the event here
Book reading and talk by Zac O'Yeah and Nilanjan P Choudhury
Zac O'Yeah and Nilanjan P Choudhury : Two comic geniuses and authors of bestselling novels.
"On a sleepy, humid afternoon, an expectant audience waited for some therapy in the form of laughter. They received that and how! Comic geniuses Zac O'Yeah and Nilanjan Choudhury snaked their way in through the tantalising piles of books at EasyLib.com and regaled the audience with their droll wit." Read more from Isha Purkayasthathe's Report in The Hindu here
More about Nilanjan and his novel:
- The Hindu
- Book Rack
Meet the author : Amitabha Bagchi
We has a wonderful morning with Amitabha Bagchi at EasyLib on Sunday morning. The audience floored yet another writer with your brilliant questions! Thank you Amitabha. Your witty, thoughtful, and truthful answers had many in the audience turn your fans. A big thank you Sudarshan of Gloschol for introducing the writer and MC-ing.
A terrific 5 day creative writing workshop at EasyLib
A wonderful 5 day creative writing workshop from 21st to 25th of May at EasyLib. A big thank you from EasyLib to
Shinie Antony for conducting the workshop. Team @Amar Chitra Katha, @Vinayak Varma (Team Brainwave magazine), and @Abhishek Majumdar truly made the workshop memorable and worthy for participants.
Children for their energetic participation even on the 5th day.
Rupa Publications sponsored the prizes for the writing contest held as part of the workshop. Pictures
EasyLib and Puffin Books Sponsor Read-A-Thon 2012!
Read-A-Thon is a free reading program that encourages children to read for pleasure. Conducted over a period of two weeks, this has been a hugely popular summer contest at EasyLib. Children can read books from anywhere. The idea is for them to read as many books as they can in two weeks. The one who reads the most wins the prize!
What is Read-A-Thon?
It is a reading contest to promote reading for fun among children. It has always been a hugely popular contest at EasyLib, with hundreds of children participation and writing reviews! It is an activity conducted world-wide by libraries and schools to encourage children to read, now brought to Bangalore by the online library EasyLib.com and Puffin Books India.
Prizes were distributed by Children's writer Poile Sen Gupta on May 19th. She also addressed and interacted with the audience.
Meet Dr. Vijay Nagaswami
Dr. Vijay Nagaswami, well-known Chennai based psychiatrist and author of many best-selling relationship books - 'The 24x7 marriage', 'The Fifty-50 Marriage', and the latest being '3's A Crowd' etc
What a morning! We were all floored by Dr. Nagaswami's witty and insightful talk. Author Shinie Antony had a very lively interview of the author. And the audience were great as always with their thoughtful and intelligent questions. Dr. Nagaswami has conveyed that he found this to be one of his best audience!
Hands-On Science Club by Prity Mehta
Prity Mehta presents the sunny side of Maths and Science to children with hands-on experiments on interesting everyday themes
- Day 1: The Chemistry Mystery- Chemical and Physical changes of substances in cloud formation. Make your own cloud!
- Day 2: Work that Brain!- Innovative problem solving techniques through Sudokus. Techniques to improve logical and lateral thinking.
- Day 3: Flywheel spindle- Inertia, vision and colour mixing all get explained in one experiment!
Tete-tete with Ashok Banker
Ashok Banker is not only a prolific writer but an avid reader and an intellectual. We had a very enjoyable tete-a-tete with him. In his own words...
"Vani, all at EasyLibrary, and everyone who attended, thank you and hugs from Bithika and myself for making our Sunday morning in your beautiful city such a delight. I enjoyed myself thoroughly and the intelligence and enthusiasm of those who came and joined in the tete-a-tete was really great. You have a great library too and to sit in that 'forest of stories' with so many fellow book lovers and talk about books, writing, mythology and so much else was one of the most memorable experiences of my life. Thank you and I hope to come again someday. Love from both of us. "
Book reading and discussion: Jahnavi Barua, Samhita Arni, and Shinie Antony
EasyLib celebrated Women's Day early by bringing together three female authors who have written powerful books on women past and present. There was a lively discussion at the Easy Library premises on Kaberi from 'Rebirth' who creates her own path in life, Mira from 'When Mira Went Forth and Multiplied' for whom revenge falls flat, and Sita from 'Sita's Ramayana' who narrates the epic in her own voice.
Amar Chitra Katha/Tinkle Quiz
Conducted by The Amar Chitra Katha team as a tribute to the late Mr. Anant Pai, the creator of Amar Chitra Katha and Tinkle.
Evergreen Myths by Darius and Arati
Darius (RJ Fever 104) and Arati (Director, Tarantismo Dance Company) did a fabulous book reading at the library.
Intensive 2 day Workshop on fiction writing
Conducted by writer Shinie Antony.
Story telling by Beatriz and Enrique
Spaniards Beatriz and Enrique enthralled children and adults alike at Easy Library.