Kickstart your imagination and give birth to legends, fables and myths galore with the magic of storytelling. Blurring the line between fact and fiction since the past 6 decades, Pune based Shlok Sand (12) won the opportunity to master the art of storytelling from India’s very own William Wordsworth – Ruskin Bond in the quaint town of Landour.
Shlok Sand (12) the winner from Pune says, “I had a wonderful experience meeting Mr. Ruskin Bond. I am elated to have been a part of this experience, organised by Landmark bookstores. We discussed several nuances of the art of writing and he emphasized the importance of staying grounded in life.” The 12-year-old who started reading at the tender age of four is also fond of computer programming and playing cricket with his friends.
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