Sparrow is my favorite bird. Not for some random reason, though. I only remember one story from my childhood. When my mother came from work, and we slept on our tiny bed, she narrated this story night after night. Same story for years and I never got bored of it. If there was anything a child wanted in a story - this story had it - moral, fun, thrill, justice, action and hope. It left an indelible impression on my tiny heart… so much so, whenever I spot a sparrow, my lips arch and heart is filled with joy. Such is the power of a story. It moves you. It transports you to a magical land. And, at the same time gives you enough wisdom to deal with the real world. But there is one catch - for any story to make an impression, it should be told in the right way.
What’s the right way, you ask? Well, that’s a tough question to answer. It’s perspective. It’s personal. Like, I met a girl on the blogosphere - witty, fun, honest and she shared stories that were outrightly irresistible. I read her blog occasionally. She said good, honest and inspiring things. I liked it. Many other liked it too. Then, the obvious happened - word spread out and she grew. Now, her blog has grown bigger. She still shares good stories on it. Stories that are real. Stories that strike a chord. Stories that give dollops of wisdom without being preachy. Read all on ChaaiPani.com and judge for yourself. And, if you like these stories, they are told in the right way. Because only the right way of storytelling can evoke emotions!
Also, if you love these stories or the idea behind any story, help ChaaiPani. This storytelling platform needs money to reach out to more people. There are people who prefer watching a story, and she is planning to bring it to them. They need money to make videos of these inspiring tales. How do you do that? It’s simple. ChaaiPani is running a crowdfunding campaign. Follow this link - make a contribution and invest your time and money in a good story.
Open your heart and wallet as we need good stories for fun and wisdom.
Sorry, I forgot to mention this girl’s name. She is Shruti Chaturvedi, waise naam to suna hi hoga!In case you are not convinced by my 400-word post, watch this video. Maybe, their humor can convince you to spare some money for this amazing project.