Bhagavad Gita: A Photographic Essay

Bhagavad-gita: A Photographic Essay is an artistic presentation of the key philosophical ideas of the Bhagavad-gita’s eighteen chapters. The 124 powerful photographic illustrations, eloquently presents the Gita’s transcendent vision. Here, the resonance...

The Butter Thief

In The Butter Thief, the unconditional love of a parent for a child is exhibited by Mother Yasoda for Krishna. This enchanting story captures children’s imaginations as they lose themselves in the serene world of Vrindavana, the land of Krishna. Kim...

Price and the Polestar

This is the story of the Prince who rules the Polestar, and how he was awarded this star for his kingdom long, long ago. This ancient history from the Puranas, handed down for generations in the Sanskrit language, is now retold and illustrated for children to enjoy....

Our Most Dear Friend

Our Most Dear Friend presents the essence of the Bhagavad-gita, the renown scripture that forms the basis of India’s sublime spiritual culture focused on the spiritual being. Through eye-catching art, text, and creative photographic montages, children will...

Illuminations from the Bhagavad Gita

This is more of a picture book than a children’s book, but my 10-year-old granddaughter enjoyed me reading various plates to her. It doesn’t have a storyline so it’s not a book you read from cover to cover for children. But the illustrations are extremely beautiful....

Peaceable Forest

This is the retelling of an ancient Indian tale about a hunter who changes his cruel ways after meeting saint Narada. The watercolor art is a festival of forest animals and colors. The Peaceable Forest is an ideal picture book for inspiring young readers to respect...