The Parrot's Training (retold)

We are pleased to announce the release of the first book in the Hacking the Education System series. This book looks at the education system as a cage. It raised fundamental questions on how to begin decolonizing our imagination.

You can order the hard copy at Banyan Tree Bookstore in Indore. 

 

 

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