Children’s Adventure Tales of Divine Dharamshala
The Children’s Adventure Tales of Divine Dharamshala are a series of imaginative figments woven together across this beautiful land of Shiv and Budha that the author has penned down during the lockdown days. The four friends are an adventurous lot who study in the same school simultaneously enjoying the companionship while carrying out the mischievous activities bravely and innocently. The bond of friendship is as strong as the curiosity to explore the surroundings. The colony and the characters are inspired by the real life incidents and locality where the author resides. The purpose to bring out this book was to have an imprint of his childhood memories in the minds of the children and also to channelise the creative energy in the form of a written document.
About the Author: Master Katyayan Singha is a ten year old boy who is from Shimla, lives in Dharamshala with his parents and studies in Sacred Heart School. He is a naughty and active child who loves to put his mind and heart into the various avenues of life besides his academic routine. He loved narrating stories since his kindergarten days and basks in the glory of the attention that a modest group of followers bestow on him during lunch breaks in school and during his play time in the colony when he tells them the tales. He enjoys writing and types the stories himself whenever he is free. He often goes to play football and cycling with his father on Sunday mornings and loves to spend his time with his mother to talk about his new ideas for writing new stories. He is exceptionally attached to his grandfather from whom he learns about his apple orchards in Kotgarh and also about Yoga.
- Paperback: 90 pages
- Publisher: White Falcon Publishing; 1 edition (2021)
- Author: Katyayan Singha
- ISBN-13: 9781636401515
- Product Dimensions: 5 x 1 x 8 Inches
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