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India, An Alphabet Ride

If there is one book that can teach our kids, everything they should know about India, it is  India, An Alphabet Ride by Shallu Jindal. 

Do you know the six fundamental rights recognised by the Constitution of India? That the first flag was hosted at Princess Park, near India Gate, on the afternoon of 15th August 1947. I am sure you know this one – Zero was invented in India. Well, welcome to India, an Alphabet Ride, a book of A to Z of India.

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Title: India, An Alphabet Ride
Author: Shallu Jindal
Illustrator: Priya Kuriyan
Publisher: Etch, an imprint of Natraj Publishers

Review: This is a must-have in your kid’s home library. An Indiapedia that introduces kids to awesome facts about India and its culture. And trust me it's very handy for moms too. It is a fun book, with lovely illustrations. The Alphabet ride takes you from A for National Anthem to Z for the invention of Zero. On the way, you get a taste of Indian cuisines, Dances, Jungles and more. So enjoy this precious find and get closer to your own values and traditions.

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What my 6 yr old twins learnt and loved: Well, quite literally the A to Z of India, its people and its length and breadth. They know more than 20 ways of saying ‘HELLO’ in different Indian languages. How about ‘Vanakkam’, ‘Namaskaru’, ‘Johar’, ‘Khurmjari’ and more. Yes, you know why you need to order it now.

Also by Natraj Publishers:
The Room of Many Colours- Ruskin Bond
The Talking Tree

We are constantly discovering and falling in love with new books, stories and characters. And we would love to share these with you. Please write to us, if there is a book you would like to introduce us to. 

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Comments (12)

Varsh Posted on Sep 05, 2018

I\'m definitely adding this book to my son\'s library. He has picked up reading and likes to read historical facts.

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Papri Ganguly Posted on Sep 04, 2018

This book sounds interesting. Hope my daughter will enjoy reading it. Will definitely grab a copy

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Ishieta Posted on Sep 04, 2018

What a sweet idea.. I really like the illustrations and how richly they bring across our culture.

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Neha Jain Posted on Sep 04, 2018

Thank you for sharing this ,was looking for this kind of book only.

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Gurjeet Chhabra Posted on Sep 04, 2018

This is the really interesting book for kids. Without giving a second thought, I will add in my baby library

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Noorain Posted on Sep 04, 2018

How lovely is that! What a nice way to introduce our children to our rich heritage and culture. Definitely buying this!

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Rajshree Posted on Sep 04, 2018

This seems like such a great learning experience for kids. Also, love that they have made learning so much more enjoyable now

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Priyanka Lodha Patwari Posted on Sep 04, 2018

this book will be a legacy to the children of our wonderful country. I will definitely buy it... Very nice post

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Ruchi Verma Posted on Sep 03, 2018

I really wish and need this ...my little one vuraj will be going to learn fast from this as he will sure want this

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Purva Bhatia Posted on Sep 03, 2018

What a beautiful way to make kids learn about India! Buying it for my niece; she loves these kind of books.

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Hema Posted on Sep 03, 2018

This seems to be a interesting book. Would love to read it with my little one.

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Sangeeta Posted on Sep 03, 2018

This sounds like a very fun and informative book. Kids will some really interesting facts about India.

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Charu Chhitwal, Founder KetchupMoms has daring tastebuds, a love for travel and an owl for her soul. It’s little wonder then that she loves to write and share her tips and tricks on traveling, food,

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