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Yoga for kids is a superb way to encourage agility, strength, mindfulness, and mastery right from the beginning. These are habits that will last a lifetime. Young children are like hungry hunters, eager to seize every opportunity thrown at them. It is said that they learn more things in the first few years of their…

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This mum and her child are head over heels in love with I Love Yoga, a picture book that introduces kids to yoga and different asanas. Today’s world has become very industrial and concrete and our chances of getting close to nature are becoming highly challenging. We are running a rat race, with endless goals in life.…

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A much-needed Indian take on school fiction, Alone has all the ingredients of boarding school literature that we love, and more. If you have ever traveled to a foreign land or shifted houses, the transition is sure a strange phase! For some it might be exciting but for the rest it might be dreadful. Either way, it is understandable…

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It is Earth Day today. We share everything on earth with every living thing on the planet. So what happens in one area affects everything else too, no matter how far away. We cause most of the pollution and we will suffer the consequences if we don’t stop. We are already seeing its effects in…

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This is a sponsored post. Every child is born with the ability to learn any language. It is also true that young children can learn multiple languages at the same time with remarkable ease. Learning multiple languages challenges the brain and improves cognitive and social-emotional development, learning, and the chances for long-term success. I liked the…

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National Safe Motherhood Day is observed on April 11 of every year to enforce that women must have the availability and adequate access to care during pregnancy, childbirth and postnatal services. Every minute of every day, somewhere in the world and most often in a developing country, a woman dies from complications related to pregnancy or childbirth. A woman’s…

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Storage closets, wardrobes, dressing tables, vanities were all alien words to me until I reached the U.S. Like all middle class Indian families, we had the standard Godrej Bero. As a matter of fact, my mom and mother-in-law are still proud owners of those beauties. A single 900 mm x 507 mm x 1950 mm almirah with a dedicated…

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One Dark Cloud is a book from Karadi Tales, designed for early readers. This counting book is modeled by Shobha Viswanath and illustrated by Ashwathy P.S and Anusha Sundar. One Dark Cloud is our Toka Box Junior book pick for May 2018! Knowing the creative work of the illustrator from a previous Karadi Tales favourite Fly, Little…

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The Karadayan Nonbu is celebrated in the phalguni (Panguni) month and falls around 14th or 15th of March. Women observe fasting till the birth of the new month, do pooja, tie yellow thread around their neck, offer sweet adai and butter to God and pray for long, healthy and happy life for them and their husbands.Young girls and…

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A place so close to my heart, my summer holidays would be incomplete without a family trip to Tirupati. My son, on the contrary, has no idea about Tirupati. He does not understand why so many people would travel just to get a glimpse of Lord Balaji! How do I explain to him about Tirupati? My…

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Did you know that February 11 is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science? How many of us know about the Indian women scientists who have contributed to/achieved in the field of science? Many of us instantly remember Marie Curie or Kalpana Chawla. Little do we know about some of these women who made India proud!…

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Fly, Little Fish! written by Lavanya Karthik, illustrated by Satwik Gade and Ashwathy P.S and published by Karadi Tales is a great addition to your child’s bookshelf. To Dream Dreams have always expanded our understanding of reality by challenging the boundaries of the ‘real’ and the ‘possible’. We all want our kids to be extraordinary…