Diwali is certainly the biggest and the brightest of all Hindu festivals. Every state in India celebrates and calls the festival of lights in a unique way. We are sure that this year everyone would have had a great time
“There is more treasure in books than in all the pirate’s loot on Treasure Island.” – Walt Disney. Agree?
This masterpiece from ACK starts with Rama’s life in the forest and describes the war sequence between Rama and Ravan and how monkeys group helped him in winning over Ravana and get Sita back.
India has n number of festivals to celebrate. Children get enthusiastic when there is a festival coming up but that is for the holiday and special food they get.
Ramayana for children as the name says this is an amazing book by Arshia Sattar.
Valmiki had given us his beautiful creation, the epic Ramayana. Narada tells Valmiki that there is a better version of Ramayana written by Hanuma.
Diwali is a fun-filled festival for kids and elders. They love burying crackers and eating lots of sweets.
This book is all about Hindu gods. Ganesha the god of masses, Krishna and others. When it comes to mythology children are very much interested in reading stories of gods like Ganesha and Krishna.
Tales of Durga portrays the story of an incarnation of Durga and her victory on Mahishasur in a crisp and simple way. If your child is fond of action stories this beautiful book by ACK is the best choice.
This amazing book covers the stories of different Indian festivals thoroughly with attractive visuals.