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Kathmandu: Children’s Literature and Research Centre Nepal (CLRC) recently concluded the Spring session of ‘Art of Storytelling’ workshop at Jugal School, Lalitpur.

According to Ananta Wagle, chairperson of CLRC, the aim of this workshop was to  enhance the art of storytelling among the participants and present stories more effectively.

As many as 28 participants including teachers, writers, and students participated in the workshop . 

Kedar Shrestha, secretary of CLRC, moderated the event.

CLRC’s Advisor Principal Tara Nidhi Bhattarai, Srijana Sharma, General Secretary Shanti Sapkota, Vice Chair Manju Gyawali, Treasurer Manoj Shrestha, Natra Tamang, and Madhav Ghimire among others participated in the event.