Starting from the ancient civilizations that flourished in India thousands of years ago, the author takes the reader on a journey through the various dynasties, empires, and movements that shaped India into the diverse and vibrant country it is today.
Author: Rakshita Dwivedi
Five friends are sent on a mission in a time machine to the era of Akbar to get his DNA sample!
The book is an unbiased account of our beloved country India stands for. It has been written without lacing an opinion on various struggles we have gone through but as reflections for us to understand the nuanced past.
As the name suggests the book is about Kailash Temple at Ellora. The author explains in the detail about the architecture of the temple, who built it, how many years it took and it also tells us about gods and demons in their stories.
Title: The Boy Who Wrote A Constitution Author: Rajesh Talwar Illustrator: Niharika Singh Publisher: Ponytale Books Type: Paperback Pages: 156 Age group: 8 – 12 years This is the review written by my 11 year…Continue Reading
This Taj Mahal book goes into a lot of details to tell about how exactly Taj Mahal was made. It takes you back to Humayun’s time when he took refuge in Persia.