LIFE

A different summer camp

IT WILL be a different kind of summer camp. At ISKCON this season it will be all about culture. There will be classes in classical dance, dance-drama, yakshagana, puppet shows, theatre workshops in Kannada and English, painting, vocal music lessons, conversational Sanskrit, initiation to arts and crafts and the basics of Indian philosophy.

The summer camp will be open to children studying in classes five through 10 with three batches starting from March 28 and ending May 29. The camp will be held between 9.15 a.m. and 3 p.m.

By K. Satyamurty