Pakistani raiders are on Srinagar’s outskirts. The Maharaja sends an SOS. Will India come to Kashmir’s aid? What happened next? Find out in Part 5 of the Series on helping children understand the story of Kashmir.
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.
The saga of Kashmir is complex. But its an important story to know. Here’s Part II of the series, to help you and your children understand the issue.
Did the map of India always look like this? How were the states of India formed? Read to find out about the dramatic and tragic story of the Creation of the Indian States.
It isn’t easy to explain the significance of Republic Day to Children. Here’s a lovely book that can help.
More tips to make History Interesting for Children – use the classic approach of master-storytellers!
A crash-course in the basics of appreciating Indian Art, so the next time your child asks about an art work, you are better prepared.