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Colours of joy

Kolkata Art Festival, held in association with TTIS and Telekids at the Harisabha Grounds, Behala, saw 450 kids let their imagination run wild. Monishka Roy (below), a KG II student at Sarada Vidyapeeth English Medium School, painted “a house, a tree and lots of flowers”

It was a day of fun, frolic and colours for the participants of Balakalakaar, presented by AIESEC, Calcutta, in collaboration with Lions Club International (District 322 b2) at Children’s Deshapriya Park. Around 500 underprivileged children from 12 NGOs were invited to the event, which included sit-and-draw, singing and dance competitions. “These children do not get a chance every day to showcase their talent. For us this event has 500 different stars,” said Bhavik Vora, a member of the organising committee

Pictures by Sayantan Ghosh and Arnab Mondal

It was a day of fun, frolic and colours for the participants of Balakalakaar, presented by AIESEC, Calcutta, in collaboration with Lions Club International (District 322 b2) at Children’s Deshapriya Park. Around 500 underprivileged children from 12 NGOs were invited to the event, which included sit-and-draw, singing and dance competitions. “These children do not get a chance every day to showcase their talent. For us this event has 500 different stars,” said Bhavik Vora, a member of the organising committee