Learning Through Puppetry
In our World Puppetry Day (21 March) special focus, we unlock the big benefits of the tiny world of puppetry.
By Rashmi Nagendran
Puppetry is not a new concept. It has been prevalent as a popular form of art right since time immemorial (3000 years ago, approximately). This mighty popular art form has served different purposes over the years and centuries. It has been used as a tool for artistic expressions, a means to communicate, and as a toy. Despite the numerous ways technology has disrupted our way of life, puppetry, the humble soul, remains as relevant and useful today as ever.
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