Home / Tag Archives: Children

Tag Archives: Children

Ilu : Chalnewali Chidiya (ईलू : चलनेवाली चिड़िया) by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Review

Ilu : Chalnewali Chidiya (ईलू : चलनेवाली चिड़िया) by Kamal Upadhyay | Book Cover

Parenting is a blissful responsibility. When raising your kid(s), you get a chance to live your childhood again. While you enjoy seeing kid(s) making little progress and even be proud of him/her/them, you also feel the need to implant the values, morals, ethics and wisdom you get through the years. There is no better way to convey a message than ... Read More »

Secrets of a Harappan Pot By Vasant Dave | Short EBook | Personal Review

Secrets of a Harappan Pot By Vasant Dave | Book Cover

We, Indians, belong to the land of stories. Our ancestors knew that the best way to implant values in a kid is through metaphors. So, interesting stories are weaved around a central thought and told to the growing-ups. And this keeps happening through generations. Eventually, with the technological advancements, we found other media to communicate those thoughts, morals and more ... Read More »

Ladakh Adventure by Deepak Dalal | Book Review

Ladakh Adventure by Deepak Dalal | Book Cover

Growing up without adventure stories will make our childhood incomplete. The joy of exploring new places in the school holidays is one of the most anticipated activities for children of all ages. And especially teenagers as they have opportunities to go to school trips and campings with their friends and discover the joys of learning from the school of nature ... Read More »

Ranna saves the River – A ThinkerViews story for Children

Ranna saves the River - A ThinkerViews story for Children

Ranna lived in the little village of Peoplepur. The village set in arms of a mountain called Giriraj and there was a great river flowing at its feet called Varini. Peoplepur was far away from everywhere. Generations of its folks had lived here without any link to the outside world. Ranna’s family had lived in Peoplepur always. Her grandfather had ... Read More »