BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED STORIES FROM THE PAST
Set of 3 Books:
A treasure trove of lore and legend, teeming with tales of gods and goddesses, demons and devotees, and plants and beasts. Uncover the secrets and stories from temples and other sacred places across India.
GODS, GIANTS & THE GEOGRAPHY OF INDIA
An adventure-filled expedition to make sense of the wondrous working of the world, zigzagging through myths, folklore, local history and geological theories. Explore the spectacular geography of India – from mountains, valleys, forests and caves to deserts, rivers, glaciers and islands.
A TREASURY OF TALES FROM THE KATHASARITASAGARA
A fabulous collection of folktales, brimming with wit, humour and adventure, showcasing the most delightful stories from one of India's oldest classics! This charming retelling breathes life into old-fashioned magic, wily villains, valiant warriors, tricksters and shape-shifters.
|Title:||The Mega Indian Myth Collection (3 Book Boxset)|
|Author:||Sudha G. Tilak|
|Number Of Pages:||672|
|Country Of Origin:||India|
|Release date:||11 October 2023|
Sudha G. Tilak only takes up jobs that allow her to tell stories – tall and truthful. She has worked for over 20 years as a journalist with Indian and international publications out of Chennai, Kolkata, the UK and Delhi. Currently she works with a travel publication and lives in Gurgaon with her husband, son and imaginary pets, Posto the ginger cat and Idli the Labrador. This is her first book for children.
Nalini Ramachandran is always looking for interesting stories to tell – of glorious goddesses, daunting demons, stealthy shape-shifters, gorgeous geographies, wondrous wildlife, inspirational innovators and ordinary objects. Her works, both fiction and non-fiction, have appeared in a range of formats: comics and graphic novels, newspaper articles and magazine features, short stories and school textbooks, children's books and coffee-table books, animation scripts and screenplays. She also conducts workshops on creative writing and storytelling. To know more about her, visit www.authornalini.com.
Jayashree Bhat discovered her love for mythology and folklore in her childhood, during the long, rainy days in Manipal, where she grew up. In her spare time, she reads, daydreams and travels with her husband.