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Children’s Book

  • Hindi: The Boys who Fought

    Hindi: The Boys who Fought

    Translated version of The Boys Who Fought: The Mahabharata for Children…

  • Odia: The Girl Who Chose

    Odia: The Girl Who Chose

    Translation of The Girl Who Chose…

  • Odia: The Boys Who Fought

    Odia: The Boys Who Fought

    Translation of The Boys who Fought  …

  • Shyam, Our Little Krishna

    Shyam, Our Little Krishna

    Shyam, Our Little Krishna: Read and Colour. An all-in-one storybook, picture book and colouring book …

  • VAHANA: Gods and Their Favourite Animals

    VAHANA: Gods and Their Favourite Animals

    A read-and-colour children’s book, which talks about the favourite animal companions of various gods and …

  • Two-Epics-in-One (The Ramayana for Children and The Mahabharata for Children) The Girl Who Chose and The Boys Who Fought, a Flip Book.

    Two-Epics-in-One (The Ramayana for Children and The Mahabharata for Children) The Girl Who Chose and The Boys Who Fought, a Flip Book.

    The Girl Who Chose A BOOK ABOUT CONSENT AND CHOOSING RESPONSIBLY The Ramayana, the ancient …

  • Shyam: An Illustrated Retelling of the Bhagavata

    Shyam: An Illustrated Retelling of the Bhagavata

    This book seamlessly weaves the story from Krishna’s birth to his death, or rather from his descent to the butter-smeared world of happy women to his ascent from the blood-soaked world of angry men…

  • The Boys Who Fought: The Mahabharata for Children

    The Boys Who Fought: The Mahabharata for Children

    ‘When you can fight for the meek without hating the mighty, you follow dharma.’…

  • The Girl Who Chose: A New Way of Narrating the Ramayana

    The Girl Who Chose: A New Way of Narrating the Ramayana

    Come discover Sita’s choices in this charmingly illustrated retelling of the Ramayana by India’s favourite mythologist…

  • Pashu: Animal Tales from Hindu Mythology

    Pashu: Animal Tales from Hindu Mythology

    With over 75 gorgeously illustrated anecdotes, Devdutt Pattanaik reveals how our ancestors imagined the animal kingdom and the key role animals played in human lives…

  • Fun In Devlok Omnibus: By Devdutt

    Fun In Devlok Omnibus: By Devdutt

    A compilation of all the Devlok books, in a splendid Omnibus!…

  • Fun in Devlok: Saraswati’s Secret River

    Fun in Devlok: Saraswati’s Secret River

    Why did River Saraswati disappear? Will the vanished river ever reappear? Can you make a …

  • Fun in Devlok: Kama vs Yama

    Fun in Devlok: Kama vs Yama

    Jayshree loves doing homework! But one day; instead of studying; she hears voices out in …

  • Fun in Devlok: Shiva Plays Dumb Charades

    Fun in Devlok: Shiva Plays Dumb Charades

    Five children are having fun one evening; playing dumb charades; when Shiva appears and wants …

  • Fun in Devlok: Indra Finds Happiness

    Fun in Devlok: Indra Finds Happiness

    * Why was Indra an unhappy god? * What are the many magical things Indra …

  • Fun in Devlok: An Identity Card For Krishna

    Fun in Devlok: An Identity Card For Krishna

    * Why are identity cards important, even for gods? * How can you tell a …

  • Fun in Devlok: Gauri And The Talking Cow

    Fun in Devlok: Gauri And The Talking Cow

    * Why is the cow useful to everyone? * How are the earth and the …

  • Hanuman’s Ramayana

    Hanuman’s Ramayana

    A story belongs to no one person. It can have as many forms as there are tellers, it can grow and change, and each time it makes us see it afresh…