Dhanishta is a freelance writer, going strong on a quest to explore a variety of topics and avenues for generating purposeful content. A self-confessed bibliophile, she is the Founder of Bookedforlife.
The Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle is an evergreen classic for children. What is it that makes this simple story so endearing even after decades?
Stories from the Panchatantra have delighted generations of children. They come together once more, curated for contemporary readers in a new book from The House of Harper
What are the moments that have defined India? Sonia Singh attempts to encapsulate these through conversations with change makers who’ve had their role to play in the
How can one explain climate change to children? The Earth Carer’s Guide to Climate Change, Edited by Geeta Dharmarajan and published by Katha Books seeks to demystify the concept.
“Cherry blossoms, pretty and frothy as school girls’ giggles, are the face the country likes to present to the world, all pink white eroticism; but it’s the reddening of the maple leaves under a blaze of ceramic blue skies that is the place’s secret
From the serene musings of a monk who has observed and analysed thousands of parents and children, come pearls of wisdom about mindful
One of the blessings of having a space to nurture plants is access to fresh home-grown produce from your own backyard or window sill! A mastery of simple vegetable garden techniques is hence called for!
Mukta Mahajani encourages the reader to listen to his or her inner voice after intensive introspection…...and it is through this that “The Code” is ultimately revealed!
In a quest for looking at what books are engaging to very young eyes, we settled upon one common factor- high contrast books.
History may sing the victor’s song….but that really does not stop us from imagining what could have happened. How would Duryodhana narrate the events of the Mahabharata? Hear it in I,