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Ek Anek Aur Ekta (1977)

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An animated short film about the strength in unity.

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Teaching children about strength in unity, with a song that children learn to sing along, these animated films leave lasting impressions on children's minds aiding them in understanding concepts that are hard to explain. Written by Anonymous

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7 mins taught a generation
20 January 2006 | by (India) – See all my reviews

These things don't happen anymore, we need our computer animation and life like characters, but somewhere along the way the essence of the message is lost.That did not happen in 1977 the message was honest and told in a way that it was understood by all.Ek Anek aur Ekta is a triumph of how life's difficult lessons can be learned with a beautifully created but simple message.Ek Anek aur Ekta starts with a child trying to break mangoes of a tree but fails he then turns to his elder sister and the topic of what is one many and unity begin, through stories and beautiful music we learn it all.Lets not forget the beautiful animation whose lack of proportion and and color add to the overall effect where the message is above all else.


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