A story about how truth and honesty are compromised when material well-being arrives. The story showcases with sensitivity the exit of human values with the advent of material wealth and prosperity.
10 - 12 years
Started in 1988 with a magazine for children from the underserved communities, Katha’s work spans the literacy to literature continuum. By seamlessly connecting grassroots work in education and urban resurgence, Katha brings children living in poverty into reading and quality education. Over the past three decades, through its many programmes, Katha has helped over one million children help themselves out of poverty.
COUNTRY OF ORIGIN
Made in India