Indian Stories for children
- How did Narahari realise the oneness of Hari and Hara?
- Why is the son of Lord Vayu known as Sankat Mochan Hanuman?
- Why is Adi Sankara’s disciple known as Padmapada?
- How did Sri Lalitha Sahasranama originate?
These fascinating and endearing tales of the gods and goddesses continues in the third volume of the Bharatiya Katha Vaibhava series.
The book introduces children to mythological characters and Hindu deities in a simple and easy-to-follow manner, which is both entertaining and instructive. The stories in this collection, which are drawn from local folklore and the Hindu epics, illustrate the importance of inculcating humility, bravery, and devotion. This is a book that will be treasured by children and parents alike!
About the Author
Shreedarshan K has worked as an Assistant Professor (Electronics) for over 14 years at M S Ramaiah Institute of Technology
. Apart from teaching Undergraduate and Postgraduate 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. He is also an accomplished carnatic vocalist. He is also involved in promoting Indian classical music and art forms, culture and traditions 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. The author has also published Bharatiya Katha Vaibhava -Vol 1