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Speaking as an art form – Part 1 (Marathi)

with Dhanashree Lele

It is very critical for parents to make their children listen to enriching content when they are young.

- Dhanashree Lele

Dhanashree Lele

Dhanashree Lele is a powerful orator. Being expert in a difficult language like Sanskrit, she conducts many one-person shows in Sanskrit. Dhanashree is also a popular Marathi anchor and interviewer and has been a compere for many programs on TV, radio and stage. Worked on various projects with seniors like Shri. Sudhir Phadke, Prof. Pravin Davane, Dr. Anil Avchat to name a few…She has Secured H. D. Velankar Scholarship for Sanskrit proficiency. Today we are here to talk about what does it take to become a good orator.

Gyan session

1. What does it take to become a good orator / public speaker?

2. How are comparing, hosting, narrating, or giving a speech different from each other?

3. What do you mean when it is said that, one has to have command over the language? What is this command?

4. What is the importance of language when it comes to comparing, hosting, narrating, or striking a dialogue with the audience or people at large?