Pune: The Orbis School hosted prestigious Museum on Wheels for students from various schools across the city which was led by Mr. Ajay Salunke and Ms. Dale Sajan. The theme for this mobile exhibition was “Stories at Play” a novel initiative by Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya, Mumbai. This mobile Museum travels to distant parts of the state to spread awareness about our rich heritage in arts and culture.
A special session was organized for the students of Zilla Parishad School, Keshavnagar. Many activities were conducted to revive the age old tradition of storytelling from different regions of the country. Puppet making and a documentary film titled “Toy Town Diaries” was also enjoyed by the children.
The main aim of this outing was to entertain as well as to enhance the knowledge towards the diverse collection of the Museum and our rich heritage.
While talking about this initiative, Mrs. Rupan Jaswal the Headmistress of the Orbis School said, “We have taken this initiative to create awareness and sensitivity towards Maharashtra’s rich cutural heritage among children from all backgrounds. I was surprised to see how much the students were eager to know about new things and learn about new arts.
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