Tag Archives: Banganga

2016 – The Musical

Happy New Year!  Should have posted this way back in January but it took a while for Khiyali to edit the video.  Or rather, it took a while for her to get around to editing it and then a while … Continue reading

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Atli Fatli Futli!

Kids who turn their neighbourhood into a playbourhood can have a free range and plenty of space to run, hide and invent games that make use of the local landscape. Watch these kids in our ‘hood explain how to play “Atli Batli Futli!” also known as “Atli Fatli Futli!”
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Rabindranath Tagore “Last Rites”

So we actually pulled it off … after three weeks of practice, getting serious in the final week, we put on a show of Rabindranath Tagore’s short skit called “Last Rites.”  The occasion was the second Annual Day in Banganga … Continue reading

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2014 in Banganga …

2014 opened on the roof and closed with a lift-off! Continue reading

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Dhappa Hide-and-Seek

So, here we are making another game post.  Well, this one is about hide-and-seek — Dhappa version. Version for people who don’t like to be the denner: One person is the denner (It).  At the count of 10 (backwards), the denner … Continue reading

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Sackly — The Chain Game

Warning!  Be careful while playing!  Don’t go TOO fast.  And play on the grass, you could fall down. Sakli, Sackly, Sakly.  How do you spell it? Well, anyway, here’s how you play Sackly: One person is the denner (same thing … Continue reading

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Holi Fun in the Sun

Last year and the year before we had partly wet but mostly dry holi.  Not completely dry, but we took one bucket of water per family and used it till it was done.  We still slapped colors on everyone – … Continue reading

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