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Interactive video lesson plan for: Episode 13: The Invincible Hero (Appu - The Yogic Elephant)

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Appu finally emerges as an invincible hero in his own right. He knows what his powers are... He has been the single strong invisible force acting all through Upvan.
It wasn't long ago that his home was destroyed, and people he loved disappeared into clouds of dust. It was almost like a swirl of negativity ate every bit of hope living in him. But being the superhero he is, he never lost hope.
Looking back, Appu has not only gained strength but has instilled a sense of confidence in Neena, Tiger, Igress, Stretchy and all animals that he came across.

There is something more than just Yogic Powers that drives our invincible hero. His undying love for his home and his friends... He soars high with his powers in times of crisis. He rises above all impediments, and accomplishes all this missions.

There is one lurking nightmare of his, that threatens to repeat in reality. He is torn by his fear, loss and pain. The whirring sounds are back... The thing that sucked away his happy tribe!

He comes face to face with it. His fight doesn't end there... It does not stop there. Another pressing and just as scary disaster is about o break...

King Lee and Queen Lee accidentally cause a sever choking hazard to Neena's darling little baby brother. They regret and before they could do anything, who should spot them?

Neena's mother! She, just like any sensible parent, is furious at the sight of monkeys trashing her precious baby's cradle. She goes after them. Out King and Queen Lee sprint to safety. Neena and Tiger pick up a bit of commotion and rush to the spot...

Neena is fear stricken watching her brother choke! He's barely a few months old! Appu has two crises in hand. Will he need to choose one over the other? He's not the kind of person who would make such a choice.

The tree-eating monsters or the harvesters are hungry for more wood. They hack away every bark, shoot, branch in sight. They leave behind nothing, but dry twigs and leaves. The place looks bleak! What could possible stop those blades from working? What could Appu do to stop those horrid monsters?

Is this task as easy as rescuing the fish from the river? Where will all his animal friends go if the land is stripped of its greenery?

Also, his dearest friend's brother is in danger. There is NO time at all to think. We all know generously time waits for us... it ticks away.

That's just a fraction of the episode... There is a LOT to do in virtually no time at all. Is this something beyond Appu's powers? Will he live up to his name? He is not called the invincible hero for no reason... The question remains, what and how could he possibly accomplish two time-sensitive assignments?

There is one obvious way you could find out. Watch this absolutely riveting episode! Hope you like it!

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