A puppet festival is taking place in Hyderabad which is seeing groups from India and Germany working together.

People travelling on flights to Hyderabad could decide to take in some of the events of a puppet festival in the city as part of cultural exchange event.

Puppeteers from Germany and India are working together on the Germany and India 2011-2012: Infinite Opportunities event in the city, which has seen a variety of performances taking place to showcase the skill of the art form.

Taking to IBN Live about the festival, German puppeteer Matthias Kuchta said: “Working with puppets gives me a sense of personal joy.”

Visitors who attend the event can see a range of productions taking place, including performances of the classic Indian story Sanjay and His Master, which tells the story of a boy who aspires to become a better musician than his very talented master.

Travellers who took flights to Hyderabad last month may have decided to take part in a charity bike ride, which was held to raise money for the Atlanta Foundation.

Written by Nicholas Scott

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