Katha is the ancient procedure for imparting the wisdom and knowledge to the student. Gurus were the
only one who narrated the katha. These katha were so full of wisdom that the can describe and impart
character on the person who listen them.
Since the ancient time this technique has been lost and now the studies are more pen and paper based.
As the initiative taken by truth school katha, has been introduce in the curriculum so the student can
easily grasp the guidance and positive review from kathas.
With more than 400 distributed titles, including quality interpretations of fiction for grown-ups and kids
in Indian and various other outside dialects Katha has touched off the brains of more and more kids till
With each cautiously picked and distributed title, quality has been the single real thought that drives
Katha. We have continually re-evaluated ourselves to remain concentrated on our central goal, re-built
our work to convey the most extreme effect!
There are four different type of katha tradition
It is the spiritual paravchan that address about sacred writings in which the pauranika (pravachan
pandit) is a profound translator of the sacred texts. It is less demanding to tune in to a pandit or purohit
who is directing a Pravachan to see a portion of the sacred writings.
Stories that are told when the children were small form various region in their native language
In Andhra Pradesh, people stories are known as burra katha. A burra is a drum formed like a human skull
that is used in it. In this custom, it explorers and describe the stories while playing the music on the
drum. In Tamil Nadu, people accounts are known as Villu Paatu (bow melodies); the narratives are told
joined by a stringed instrument looking like a bow.