Bharatiya Katha Vaibhava – 4
Indian Stories for children
How did Krishna save the sparrows during the battle of Kurukshetra?
Why is Lord Nataraja depicted with altered dance posture in Madurai temple?
How did Rambola become Goswami Tulasidas?
The fourth edition of Indian Stories for children, Bhartiya Katha Vaibhava series continues with its tales of gods and goddesses, sages and saints, kings and devotees. Every story highlights the rich cultural heritage of Bharath which is a must read for every growing child, teenager and adults alike. They illustrate the value of inculcating faith and heroism in our lives, while being humble and devout. These interesting and informative stories will be a treat for both children and adults!
About the Author
Shreedarshan K has worked as an Assistant Professor (Electronics) for over 14 years at Ramaiah Institute of Technology. Apart from teaching UG and PG students, he also regularly visits schools to give guest lectures on Science and Mathematics, Over the years, he has developed a keen interest in story telling for children. Being a Carnatic vocalist, he is involved in promoting Indian Classical Art forms through his association with schools in Bangalore. Apart from being a blog writer, he also has an educational youtube channel “Lectures by Shreedarshan” featuring lecture videos on various Engineering topics and Mathematics.
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