England – a destination for Indian school students

Just imagine how Shakespearean plays were enacted in open theaters with no microphones and the audience literally sitting right up to the performance platform

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Why is England as a destination for Indian school students so fascinating? India and England have a history that goes back a few hundreds of years. The English ruled India and left behind their legacy. Today English is the most widely spoken language in India all thanks to the English rule.

Shakespeare is an essential part of the education and English literature in Indian schools would be incomplete without a Shakespearean play. Visiting England allows students to see where Shakespeare worked and lived, the Globe theater where his plays were performed and learn about his life in the original surroundings.

 

Just imagine how Shakespearean plays were enacted in open theaters with no microphones and the audience literally sitting right up to the performance platformHarry Potter broomstick.jpg

Harry Potter is one of the most famous stories of this generation. Every child would like to visit the studio where most of it was shot and children can even experience flying a broomstick. An experience that your child will never forget.

The historical heritage of England is rich and there is a lot of castles and palaces to see. Westminster Abbey where Price William and  Catherine got married a few years ago. The location in London where all grand events take place. The Buckinham Palace and the changing of the Guards, a famous event witnessed by thousands everyday. Big Ben one of the Seven Wonder in World is a grand pice of architecture.

A boat ride on the river Thames and going under the London Bridge, while watching the Tower of London, the British Parliament and many other places along the banks. There is so much to to take back from a trip to England.

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