Portraits of Exile by Aaniya Asrani

The idea of home and being displaced from home is something that is difficult to explain to children. Yet, sadly, these displacements are the realities of our times. A series of three books, published by Katha and unified under the theme “Portraits of Exile” brings forth this much needed conversation.

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Daisy Dolls by Cao Wenxuan and Zhao Lei

Karadi Tales brings forth a beautifully illustrated and translated Chinese folktale to India.  Daisy Dolls, written by Cao Wenxuan and illustrated by Zhao Lei tells the tale of Hua, a doll maker who lives in a charming little town in China. 

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Jallianwala Bagh Massacre – a 100 years on

When we ‘learn’ about Jallianwala Bagh in books of history as students, it is nowhere close to experiencing even a fragment of the pain and terror that the fateful massacre unleashed. At the centenary of this devastating incident, we pay homage to those who perished and those whose lives were never the same again!  

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