Anubhav goes ‘desi’ on 2nd March 2017 At Anubhav, we are convinced that education affects the mind, heart and attitude of a child. We try to expose children to different real life situations. These sort of experiences arouse the curiosity in the children and it is a learning experience in itself. To make our children aware of what an Indian village looks like, a mock village scene was created on the premises. A hut, a well, brass utensils, a make - shift 'choola' and animals all added to the authenticity of the scene. On the make - shift 'choola' bajra rotis were made-----a dash of 'ghee' and 'gur' were added and served to the children. Our little 'villagers' were beautifully dressed in dhotis, pyjamas, lehengas and suits. Folk songs from different parts of India added spice and flavour to the scene. Anubhav thus went ‘desi’ for a day.