Superimposing facts and photos from a real site with perky drawings and imagined stories, the book brings to life a distant past and initiates children into the fascinating world of archaeology.
Superhero action carved on rocks... A headless statue... Royal inscriptions on pillars and copper plates... Glass fragments from a lost city... These may sound like clips from a fantasy thriller, but are in fact objects unearthed at archaeological sites across the country — and the stories they throw up are just as exciting! 2018 The Hindu Young...
The first comprehensive book for slightly older readers that traces the Olympic movement in India. Exploring the seven Olympic and Paralympic values through the lives of Indian sportspeople, it also contains hilarious comic strips, timelines, news reports, trailblazers and perspectives.
The script of this contemporary play in traditional style is presented in this book, and includes stage directions so that others can perform it in their own ways. The rich photographs of the children at play and at school and the engaging design of the book capture the colours, look and feel of a live Kuttu performance.
Springing up in the Brahmagiri Mountains of Karnataka and joining the sea in Tamil Nadu, the Kaveri – or Ponni, the ‘golden’ giver of prosperity – was born to be shared by both these lands. That’s what most legends and stories say about her, that a river belongs to all who live by her.