Prukalpa Sankar loves numbers. They help her see patterns and solve community problems. How does she do this.
Hop aboard the spaceship called Mangalyaan. Our destination is Mars. We will fly past the Moon and journey to the other side of the Sun. Lets go.
The story of Earth is the story of life. It is also a story of loss, one worsened by climate change. But while the climate crisis can be a story of devastation, the work being done to mitigate it, to adapt to it, brings hope. And reminds us, our future is in our hands. The verses in this book tell these stories, in the voices of the orangutan, the Hasdeo Arand forest, the Gangetic dolphin and the Pondicherry shark.
The murky waters of a winding stream, stark trees stripped of leaves, a crow messing up a canvas—Mehlli Gobhai saw art in all of this. Follow the journey of this inspiring painter and see how art is all around and can help you see the world anew.
Ammini misses school, and her brother Unni misses his aunt. Both of them miss playing in the park. But everyone has to stay indoors. Maybe they can go out for a walk today? Ammini hopes so. A day in the life of two children in a time of lockdowns and social distancing.
Chinar loves football. She wants to win the World Cup when she grows up. One day, when she asks Ma for a new pair of shoes, she hears the story of Kanu dadu, who played against the British barefoot—and won.