As written in Millinium Post on 10th October,2016. The Katha Regional Writers Workshop 2016 was held recently at The Indian School to help students use their creativity and imagination to come up with some great stories. The workshop is organised every year by Katha, a non-profit organisation that works in the field of community development, […]
“The newest additions to Katha’s list include five delightful picture books, two of which are aimed at imparting scientific education to young readers who are just being introduced to elementary geography. As with most Katha books, these are elegantly produced, attractively illustrated, and shaped by concise commentaries.” Livemint, Young Lit | Fantastic Five Review of […]
To make stories more affordable, Katha is all set to launch e-books. Divya Trivedi takes us through the new journey that Katha is embarking upon. http://www.thehindu.com/arts/books/conquering-the-cloud/article4372764.ece
Reviews in Parenting, October 2012 DOBAKATTI! By Geeta Dharmarajan FREE MOUNTAIN By Kaveri Chatterji PALANQUIN BEARER By Sarojini Naidu, illustrated by Indu Harikumar
Times of India talks with Indu Harikumar, illustrator of Katha Chitrakala award winning book Palanquin Bearers, about her unique choice of medium for her artworks.
Polish storyteller Michal Mallnowski enraptures students at Katha Lab School with stories from his culture.
We are excited to announce the book launch of Dobakatti, the latest from the pen of Padma Shri Geeta Dharmarajan, our award winning writer and the Executive Director of Katha. The book is ideal for children of 2-6 years but, all ages will enjoy this rollicking, happy tale! We look forward to having you attend!
Sukalp Sharma from the Financial Express talks to Shanty Devi, after Bioscope gets on to the 2012 International Board on Books for Young People (IBBY) Honours List. The Art of Living by Sukalp Sharma Art is resilient, it makes its way through adversity, and looking circumstances in the eye is one of its many virtues. […]
Geeta Dharmarajan, our Founder and Executive Director, represented Katha at the Tedx Oxbridge event at Cambridge Judge Business School on Saturday 9 June 2012. Tedx Oxbridge, an annual event where speakers address a particular subject, is a collaboration between the University of Cambridge and University of Oxford. The theme at the 2012 event was `Unconventional […]
Nivedita Sen on the challenges of translating Siraj’s “Die, said the Tree and Other Stories” — The Hindu
The Hindu, 26 Aug, 2012 Words’ worth- – Sangeeta Barooah Pisharoty talks with Nivedita Sen on the challenges of translating Syed Mustafa Siraj’s nuanced works for an urban English readership Like many book-reading Bengalis, Nivedita Sen is not unfamiliar with Syed Mustafa Siraj. The Delhi University professor has long revelled in the literary sphere of […]