. A four-mt film on Kilikili: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=65XaUvtQVWs
A one-minute film on the joys of inclusive play at Kilikili's first project site - Coles park, Bangalore.
A multimedia presentation on Kilikili's work in developing play spaces for blind schools."Touch, Hear, Play, Learn" is a short documentary film showcasing the play-spaces created for Visually Impaired children at two Blind Schools located in Bangalore city, India. The play-spaces were created by Kilikili, a network of parents of children with disabilities, supported by volunteers, working to develop Inclusive Play environments.
Children with visual impairment singing a song composed by them at a Consultation of children, parents and teachers organisedd by Kilikili on 8th Jan 2012, to seek their inputs on what they wanted in parks to make them inclusive. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8BUpxsDXhQo
Children with visual impairment enjoying the different sounds produced by a variety of material. The Sound Strip is one of the equipments in the play space designed and developed by Kilikili at the Sree Ramana Maharishi Academy for the Blind, Bangalore.This equipment was created by Swaram Musicals. We would like to acknowledge the efforts of Nachi Ramanathan in the coordination, conceptualisation and creation with Swaram.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPbKlvgrbjE&feature=plcp
Children with visual impairment having so much fun with Bells alongside a slide and Tubular Bells set to Hindolam ragam. These equipments are part of the play space designed and developed by Kilikili, for the Sree Ramana Maharishi Academy for the Blind, Bangalore. Tubular Bells created by Swaram Musicals, through the efforts of Nachi Ramanathan.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VgNpgpaTjXg&feature=plcp
Children from socio-economically marginalised communities discuss the issues they face in public parks at a Consultation organised by Kilikili on 8th Jan 2010
Children with mobility and visual impairment discussing the issues they face with existing parks at a Consultation organised by Kilikili on 8th Jan 2010