In the summer time

May 2013
India Today;5/13/2013, p49
This article focuses on summer activities offered to students in India for the month of May. These activities include courses in language, art, music and dance. Institutes that offer such courses include Key Art Classes, Mod'Art International, Working Model and Charts School, and Godkar's Art Academy.


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