This book tells the stories of ten Indian monarchs who find, at best, a passing mention in the history textbooks we read, though their lives were exciting and their achievements considerable:
Historian and award-winning novelist, Devika Rangachari writes absorbing tales of the men and women who shaped lives and kingdoms in their times.
This book presents eight Kathas that capture the essence of the conversation that took place between Lord Krishna and Arjuna during the Kurukshetra War. The message of each of these Kathas is simplified and conveyed through stories that children can relate to and understand. The stories will help children comprehend the attitude of the people they meet in their everyday life, their own response to them and to life in general. The stories are interspersed with activities to reinforce the message of the Gita.
This book tells the stories of ten Indian women who were pioneers in diverse fields. While their stories and challenges are different, what is common is that they all opened up the way for all women to achieve their dreams. Savitribai Phule | kadambini Ganguly | cornelia sorabji | anusuya Sarabhai | jaddan Bai Hussain | Lakshmi Sahgal | Indira Gandhi | a Lalitha | CB muthamma | Pt Usha award-winning writer Shruthi Rao writes absorbing tales of the lives, times and societies that these women lived and worked in.
Here’s the perfect guide book for children to one of India’s most popular games, cricket! The Good Indian Child’s Guide series takes things that are intrinsic to India and presents a tongue-in-cheek exploration of the subjects. What makes you a ‘good’ Indian child (or adult) while playing cricket? Dive into this book for Natasha Sharma’s crazy humour! Playing cricket will change forever!