Exposing students to the culture of India and the World, to unique information has always been our endeavour at our Lucknow School.
I used the opportunity of sharing something awe-inspiring through my assembly on 24th January 2018. I shared a video with the students which was centred around the Turkish Villagers “whistle language” also known as “Bird language” which has echoed in the eastern Black Sea region for centuries. Owing to the difficult terrain in this rugged mountainous region, travel is difficult and people have since years been “talking” to their neighbours across the valleys through these “whistles”. The power point presentation and video captivated the students as well as the teachers. It was lauded and appreciated by one and all. I am grateful to #UNESCO for sharing and safeguarding such a fascinating and mesmeric culture and making it alive through social media. I would request the readers to kindly watch and share the below link and let this unusual form of whistled communication reach across all the corners of the globe.
Raj Maitri Jain – PRT
Article Credited By: Seth Anandram Jaipuria School Lucknow