Hola everyone! Here's where you can find details regarding my published children'sbooks. Of course, I've written several other stories that I hope will find a publisher some day. Until then, hope you'll enjoy these and spread the word so many more children can read them. After all, a writer wants nothing more than being read by more and more readers across the world :)
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What the book is about
(click on the cover to go to the book page)

Did you know that you need a Hayagriva to slay a Hayagriva? Or that living beings can be created from something as gross as ear-wax or sweat? Or that the way you pronounce a Sanskrit word can change your destiny, turning you into a buffalo instead of a queen? 

Demons & Demonesses of Hindu Mythology takes you millions of years back in time when beings as tall as mountains walked the ground, their every stride causing earthquakes and tsunamis; when they stayed in their mother’s wombs for thousands of years before being born; when they transformed into lions or buffaloes or elephants within the blink of one’s eyes and when encountering beings with five heads, three legs, twenty arms or indeed torsos without heads was not an exception, but the norm. 

Come, plunge into the Garbhodaka Ocean where it all started and immerse yourself in the stories of some of the most exotic, magical and powerful asuras and rakshasas in Hindu mythology.

What the book is about
(click on the cover to go to the book page... the book is avalable in English and 7 other Indian languages)

A toddler captivated by patterns... A little boy filling his slate with numbers, rubbing them out with his elbow and starting again... A teenager solving complex maths problems... A young man matching the best minds in Cambridge…

Following his singular fascination with numbers, the book brings to children the story of the brilliant mathematician Srinivasa Ramanujan for whom numbers 'made patterns only he could see.'

What the book is about
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One night, after listening to Amma’s narration of the story of the ten-headed Ravana for the 145th time, Tanuj goes to bed chanting ‘East or West, Ravana is the Best’. He wakes up the next morning to find he’s grown nine new heads!

Read this hilarious, yet heart-warming story to find out what happens next …

What the book is about
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The vain Moon is devastated when he finds out about the dirt patch on his otherwise pristine white self. He wants to be scrubbed and cleaned by Dhobi Kaka to regain his spotless beauty. The Moon cunningly manipulates Mitu into helping him out in this mission. 
But how will Mitu get the moon down to be cleaned? 
Will kaka be able to restore the moon’s spotless beauty? 
Will Mitu be turned into an owl for not keeping her promise? 
Join in the fun-filled adventure of the Moon, Mitu and Dhobi Kaka, as the trio set out on their mission to help the Moon become spotless. 

What the book is about
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When his much-loved Grandma passes away, Shashi is both grieved and puzzled. Amma takes him aside to reveal something amazing - that Grandma was now on her way to become a star! 
Was Amma for real?
How would Grandma ever manage to reach the sky?
How long would it take her and what would she do once she got there? 
Join Grandma as she sets out on an amazing adventure to reach the sky, even as Shashi waits by his window each night to catch a glimpse of her amongst the millions of stars. 

What the book is about

A group of friends have a pleasant surprise when they enter an abandoned cinema hall in the jungle. And they don't need tickets to enter!

The story was written as part of the 'Retell, Remix, Rejoice' contest held by Pratham Books where the idea was to take a given set of illustrations and come up with a unique story by mixing them up. 'The Jungle Cinema' won the first place in the contest. Yeaaah!!

If you'd like to buy or gift the print version (they would make great return gifts!), do write in to me with the quantity.