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Thu 13 Apr 2023

6:00 PM - 7:00 PM (UTC+5.5)

Overview of INDICA Course Indic Storytelling – Exploring Yoga

INDICA Courses has introduced four new courses in the month of April. The latest among these is a highly interactive course designed to connect the participants with the world of Yoga through the path of storytelling. It will include activities that participants will be motivated to undertake with enthusiasm. Children and young adults will not only enjoy the oral storytelling but also learn effectively and blossom towards their higher potential. The course is open for the young at heart too!

In this regard we are organising an open session  where our faculty, the wonderful Deepa Kiran Ji, will provide an overview of this NDICA Course on Indic Storytelling – Exploring Yoga.

This event is open to all. Prior registration is necessary.

We look forward to your participation.


Deepa Kiran

Faculty, INDICA Courses

Deepa Kiran Ji is the founder of Story Arts Foundation, an international storyteller, educationalist, TEDx Speaker and a research scholar at IIT Madras. Her style of storytelling is inspired by oral traditions of India and is enriched with musical instrumentation and songs in different Indian languages. She has conducted workshops and trainings on “Using Storytelling for learning & development of English language, Communication skills and Socio-emotional intelligence “ for over 80,000 participants around the globe. Her focus area is multi-cultural classrooms. She has won national awards for her work as a storytelling artist and in story-arts-based education. Her stories are available on her app Deepa’s Storycation.


Dimple Kaul

Host, Servant Leader, INDICA Courses

Dimple, the Servant Leader at Indica Courses, is a learner, writer, poet, marketer, transformation coach and Life Enthusiast! Her education spans the humanities (MA, Liberal Arts), technology (B.E., Electronics and Communication) and business management (MMS, Marketing). She is currently pursuing Ph.D. in Development Studies. Dimple has led projects in austere environments, working with several multinational corporations. She has also been guiding several nonprofit organizations through strategic initiatives, serving as a pro-bono volunteer consultant, communications executive and transformation coach. With two decades of professional experience across Media, Telecom and Technology, she now serves the field of Indigenous Knowledge Systems through INDICA Courses – the pioneering EdTech start-up founded by INDICA.