Book we loved this year!

Raza’s Bindu

Raza's Bindu Worksheet
Raza’s Bindu is a fabulous picture book by Ritu Khoda and Vanita Pai. It is an excellent effort to make Raza’s art accessible to children. From a brief introduction on how the “bindu” became the central theme of Raza’s paintings, the book takes us through his paintings.

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Raza’s Bindu is our book pick for the February Under The Banyan IMC’s Treasure Box!

Meri Bindi


Meri Bindi / My Bindi by Anu Anand is a lovely bilingual book that surprisingly covers quite a bit of Hindi vocabulary – from colors, shapes, sizes to general terms like “look” ,  “come” and “friends”. The text covers a lot of the words that you would typically learn when you start out learning any new language.

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Buy Now: Amazon India

Dev and Ollie: Color Carnival


Ollie, Dev’s magical night owl wants to show him the new world of color, how Holi is celebrated and how these messy games can be fun. So they both start their journey one night to the beautiful land of Delhi. However, instead of landing in Delhi, they crash-land in Agra. But Holi is celebrated all over India, so they both start to explore Agra and they bump into kids playing color balloons.

So did Dev like Holi? Did he start to enjoy all messy and mucky games?

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Dev and Ollie: Color Carnival is our book pick for the February Under The Banyan IMC’s Treasure Box!

Buy Now: Amazon USA

You Can’t Always Tell!

you cant always tell

Neil is allergic to nuts. He goes to his friend Maya’s house. While they are having fun, Maya’s friend Katie comes with some yummy gooey chocolate cup cakes. While Maya has them, Neil refuses saying he has allergies andYou Can’t Always Tell‘,what contains what products without an adult telling us about it. But Katie and Maya insist he has them. Does Neil succumb to eating it? What happens when he gets an allergy attack? Does he actually get an allergy attack at all? Why is he bugged with Katie and Maya?

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Buy Now: Amazon USA | Amazon India

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