Anjali Raghbeer.
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A JAR OF SOUND


ART TALES FROM INDIA

A JAR OF SOUND
about Bhil Art

Smiles faded off the faces of Pithora and his people.

The drummers beat the drums but they made no sound.

The guitarist strummed his guitar but there was no tune.

The singer sang a song but the lips remained silent.

Himali Harda, the Goddess of the Forest, is very angry with Pithora Kanwar, the dreadful hunter. She has captured the sound of Pithora and his people in a jar and banished it to a faraway cloud. Will Pithora be able to restore laughter to his tribe? Or will he and his people be forced to live in silence forever?

In A JAR OF SOUND, Anjali Raghbeer takes the children to the Bhil tribal heartland with a tale of cruelty, pride, divine intervention, remorse and much more.

A Jar of Sound

Art Tales from India