During spring and autumn 2013 Karin Haschler, artist and therapist from Munich, Germany, created over a few weeks special art activities with classes 1-5. The children were introduced to different techniques with themes that were intended to move away from stereotype ways of drawings towards a more open, individually expressive and free styles.
Varanasi is located in North India, about 780 kilometers (485 miles) east of the Indian capital of Delhi, predominantly on the left bank of the Ganges, India’s largest river. The city is located in the eastern part of the state of Uttar Prades. Varanasi is considered the city of the God Shiva Vishwanat (“Superior Lord of the World”), and thus it is one of the holiest sites of Hinduism.