The Tribal Museum launches “Know Thyself” under the weekly Ullas

The Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum has launched the “Know Yourself” series as part of the weekly Ullas event. The first program took place on Sunday at the Tribal Museum.

Note that Know Yourself is organized with the aim of highlighting children’s innate tendencies and awakening their inner potential. Other activities like Poetry Acting, Argami, Craft Activity, Story Lessons, Science Games, Color Games will also be held every Sunday at 3 p.m.

These activities will be organized for children from 8 to 16 years old and children accompanying the family to visit the museum can also participate.

Here on Sunday, the children got creative with the activity. The activity was inaugurated by the lighting of the lamp by the children. After that, the children were involved in the activity by experts Karthik Sharma, Rajesh Parashar.

The experts first had the children play, during which the children showed their art, and in the second session, the children learned how to make fish, different types of caps and other paper figures. In the last session, the children listened to the folk saga of chicken (Kho).

Taking into account the possibility of creation of the participant, the material necessary for craftsmanship has been made available on the site. During the activity, a large number of children and children who came with their families also participated in the visit of the museum.

The next activity will take place on September 11 at 3 p.m. To participate in the activities, one can register by visiting the Madhya Pradesh Tribal Museum website Registration will be for a limited time only. Children will be able to showcase their talents in crafts, dance, singing, sculpture, sports, theater and others as part of the gaiety activity.

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