Prof Sudarshan Khanna through the following videos and documentation, takes us through the incredibly colorful journey of learning product design from the National Institute of Design, Ahemdabad. He was a part of the first batch of NID, that eventually helped shape a lot of facets that we call the Indian Design scene.
The documentation, tries to capture his insights and eventual transformation into a prolific toy and game designer. He also speaks about how rich the legacy of toy design is, in an Indian Context. But is quick to point out that, heritage and legacy are not static entities, that are to only be preserved. Rather it needs to evolve continuously and people need to be open to reinterpretations and perpetuation of legacy.