The Spoken Word Project | Eight Moons
When Dec 17
Time 2 pm to 3 pm
Venue The Adil Shah Palace
The Eight Bamboo Visions and Stories of the Yeti is an enchanting storytelling series which brings together a very rare collection of original and traditional stories by Koitso, delicately woven into a session of mountain sounds and music. The stories not only provide a beautiful way to explore the elusive Himalayan cultures but also open doors to experience the ancient traditions where stories become sacred and guides for inner transformation.
Based on a traditional tale of a hunter who spent 8 moons (around 240 days) across the four corners of the world in search of stories to heal the rivers in his Himalayan highlands, the journey too takes us around the globe in storytelling, meeting various oral cultures and including theirs along the way
About the Storyteller
Koitso Salil Mukhia is from the Kiranti indigenous community of the Eastern Himalayas and from the Koinch, Bung Naa group – one of the smaller linguistic tribes. His effort over the last 15 years, both as a storyteller and traditional healer brings the lesser known traditions of tribal India before the mainstream.