The story is about Little Kartik, who feels his brother and father have special powers but he is the only one in the family who is not special. So he goes to Brahmalok, first to Nandi the bull and then to Brahma, to find out if he’s special.
The book is about various tales from Mythology (including The Sage with Two Horns)! The stories are interesting and many of them are not heard of before.
Fantastic Creatures in Mythology is like a ready reckoner for mythology lovers to delve into the lives of handpicked Hindu mythological creatures with a sense of wonder.
This book is about Lakshmi – The Goddess of wealth & prosperity and the traditions of Lakshmi Puja.
We were gifted a version of the Mahabharata. The book looked a bit old school and while big print, it was still quite a lot of text. 108 pages of text! I didn’t expect my 4.5 year old to take to it, but oh was I surprised. He didn’t just enjoy it, instead he has delved into the subject as if he’s preparing for a kiddies doctoral thesis.
One night after listening to the story of the mighty Ravana Tanuj went off to sleep not knowing he will get the biggest surprise of his life next morning!! Guess what! He woke up to find himself with ten heads!!