The Vedas, Upanishads, Bhagavat Gita and Yoga Sutras, composed by truth-seekers thousands of years ago, are among India's most ancient philosophical texts. Remarkably, their ideas continue to shape the worldview of Indians in the 21st century.
In this trilogy, using her trademark light touch, bestselling author Roopa Pai brings the evergreen wisdom of these luminous texts to young readers in ways that make the texts relatable, even fun. Bridging the millennia with ease, these books create connections between the teachings of the sages and children's everyday lives, and offer readers tips and techniques to expand their awareness and discover their limitless potential.
Empowering, enlightening and entertaining, this triple bonanza of dazzling Indian ideas is the perfect gift for young readers and their families, for, as the ancients themselves tell us, there is no greater gift than the gift of knowledge.
|Title:||Timeless Treasures : The Roopa Pai Collection (3-Books Box Set)|
|Number Of Pages:||1032|
|Country Of Origin:||India|
|Release date:||18 October 2023|
Bengaluru-based author, columnist and speaker Roopa Pai is one of India's best-known children's authors. Many of her books, which cover a wide range of topics including popular science, history, economics, medicine and sci-fi fantasy, are bestsellers, and are enjoyed as much by adults as by children. Her most popular book, the award-winning The Gita for Children (2015, Hachette India), has been translated into many Indian languages. Her TEDx talk 'Decoding the Gita: India's Book of Answers' has received close to two million views to date.
Her most recent works include the bestselling The Vedas and Upanishads for Children (2018, Hachette India) and hot-off-the-press The Yoga Sutras for Children (2023, Hachette India).
When she is not writing, Roopa can be found teaching short introductory courses on ancient Indian wisdom to both children and adults. This computer engineer also leads groups of children and young people on history and heritage walks across her city, as part of her work as director of a company she co-founded, Bangalore Walks.