8 year old Yaksha thinks he isn’t special until one day he learns a 200 year old secret about his family. Now he thinks it’s his mission to save a dying traditional Indian dance form. Can an 8 year old really make a difference?
Find out, by reading this book, a pioneering effort to revive Yakshagana, through India’s first children’s book on the subject. Available in Kannada, to keep the cultural treasure of Karnataka alive.
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