In these stay-home-times, try Writing. It can heal. It can liberate. It can give you great joy. Here are some tools to get you started.
Art can be a beautiful medium to introduce children to History. If you wish to look beyond the jingoistic Bollywood style of presenting History, Dhurandhar’s paintings of Shivaji are a great place to begin.
A review of a delightful book for kids about Poop. The Poop Book is a window into discovering the fascinating world of Animal Poop!
At the end of Aug, ’47, Kashmir is neither part of India nor Pakistan. How will the tide swing? Find out in Part IV of the Story of Kashmir.
The saga of Kashmir is complex. But its an important story to know. Here’s Part III of the series, to help you and your children understand the issue.
There are plenty of books for Children about Gandhi. What makes this one different is it’s author – Arun Gandhi, his grandson – and the unique perspective. Here’s a brief peek.
Kashmir reminded poets and emperors of Paradise. Today, it reminds us of anything but Paradise. Find out how this epic saga began.
Your child rattles off the names of the Big Five of Africa and yet knows not five trees or birds in your backyard? Well then, it’s time to head out! And here’s all you need to get started.
A Glimpse into the Hall of Fame, the Army Museum and War Memorial at Ladakh and what children can learn there.