Puppetry… its contribution to arts is inestimable.

To start with, the general definition of a puppet is that of an object manipulated by someone. Puppetry  is a form of theatre or performance that involves the manipulation of puppets.No exact date relates to its real origin.It is very ancient, and is believed to have originated 3000 years BC.Its history is long and varied one. While it is impossible to be certain, puppetry had its birthplace in India, almost a thousand years B.C. From this era, you can find stick puppets that were used to play out the Indian epics like the Maha-Bharata and the Bala-Ramayana.

The development of puppetry in different parts of the world, with their own unique structures and mythology, makes for a fascinating study. The term ‘puppet’ has a simple origin. It is derived from the Anglo-Norman word ‘poppe‘ meaning ‘doll‘.

While today they are widely considered to be entertainments for children, more and more people are discovering that puppets have always held a place in entertainment for all ages. By taking a look at the history of puppets, you’ll be able to see that the contribution of puppets and puppeteers to the arts has been inestimable.

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