Ranjan De

Ranjan De is a freelance designer and illustrator who conducts creative workshops for children in puppetry, animation and paper sculptures. He has illustrated three books for Tulika, the zestfully drawn Ekki Dokki, Kolaba, which has stylized paper-cut illustrations and black and white drawings for Sorry, Best Friend.

  • Rs. 125.00

    Sonabai lives beside a tree that bears delicious red berries. Every day she picks the berries and makes sweets to sell in the market. She is very content... until Kolaba the fox sneaks into her life. Ranjan De's papercuts add to the mystery and fun of this well-loved Marathi folktale.

  • Rs. 125.00
    1 Review(s)

    An endearing Marathi folktale about two sisters. Ekkesvali has one hair on her head. Dhonkesvali has two and thinks she's great. What happens when they meet an old woman who lives alone in a clearing right in the middle of the forest? This folktale takes on a special joyousness with Ranjan De's stylised representations and is full of interesting details...

  • Rs. 75.00

    A battle over salt? Yes, fought the Gandhi way! What guns and soldiers could not do, he did simply, quietly and non-violently, just by picking up a lump of salt. Follow Gandhiji’s famous march to Dandi to see the brilliant strategy that made the British give in and the world take notice. A hands-on way for young children to understand and explore...

  • Rs. 150.00
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    A collection of short stories focusing on communal harmony. Includes writers such as Zai Whitaker, Poile Sengupta, Githa Hariharan and Shama Futehally.