In its simplest form, storytelling remains a powerful element of learning, with the narrative being equally as compelling as books and presentations. They humanize learning. It offers us the opportunity to connect to like-minded characters, or see the world literally from within someone else’s skin. Stories touch our emotions and help develop empathy.
Plus, no matter how organized or detailed a textbook might be, there’s something about the shape of a narrative—the exposition, the problem, the quest for a solution, the resolution—that resonates with our mental makeup.
Storytelling has been an integral part of Indian culture for generations, with each region developing its own unique style of narration.
Let the worldly wise, who have seen the skies share and give others a short respite.
On that note, let the words flow …..