Critical Thinking | Comprehension | Analytical Skills
12+ Years | 7 Sessions
Nurture problem solving and leadership skills through storytelling and creative exercises.


Drishya exposes children to interesting stories from Indian literature that showcase different personality traits, problems, and situations. By engaging with the text and empathising with the characters, students recognise their emotions, preferences, and behaviours and learn how to perform objective analysis.


Learning Objectives

Key Skills


Interactive Discussion | Storytelling | Drawing | Writing | Speaking

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    Mentor Profile

    Toral Shah is a new-age educationist leading several initiatives in Hyderabad, India. Toral strongly believes that children should enjoy learning and employs a variety of innovative teaching methods to make it fun for her students. She is an MBA graduate from Mumbai University.

    Educator Children’s Author, Storyteller


    It was a beautiful and inspiring experience. I learned a lot of things: The way they talk, the way we tell the stories. Budha is one of my favourite characters and because of Drishya. I was able to learn about his life in such a brief manner.

    Lakshmi, Student

    I came to know about different life skills like honesty, truthfulness, politeness, etc. Every student was equal and the teacher regarded all of us as equals. We had many activities such as debates, drawing, self assessment, and poster-making and were rewarded with certificates & medals. I believe that DRISHYA can nourish and improve your life.

    Eklavya, Student

    It was an amazing experience with a lot of learning, discussion, and debates based on the story of Goutam Buddha.

    Siddanth, Student

    DRISHYA sessions helped us understand how other people think and act. I enjoyed the friendly debates and conversations. The stories were unpredictable and it was fun guessing what would happen next. The questions were thought-provoking and weren’t plain and simple. What made the sessions more interesting were the chances to draw and symbolise what we think. We were able to relate and empathize with the characters.

    Yashveer, Student