Travelling around India has its own thrills and perils! And Children add a whole new dimension to Travel. If you’re looking to make this a potent and enjoyable combination, India Travel Tales 4 Kids gives you all that you need and much more!
Mothers trust other Mothers. That’s the simple premise of this blog. Not the typical mom or travel blog, India Travel Tales 4 Kids is a place where you’ll find everything you need to travel around India with kids.
The Real Red Carpet is rolled out beneath your feet as the song of the koel invites you in. The Feast of the Indian Summer beckons!
Is there a soul? Is there an afterlife? Will there be a next life? Deep troubling questions even for the discerning. Find out how the Buddha answered them.
What makes the Buddha special? Was it just his teachings? Or is there something more? The clock of Indian History begins ticking with the Buddha. Find out how!
If you were to witness a scene of a predator chasing a prey, with whom would your sympathies lay? Should you interfere? Here’s a lesson from an ancient mythological tale from India.
Did the map of India always look like this? How were the states of India formed? Read to find out about the dramatic and tragic story of the Creation of the Indian States.
Your child rattles off the names of the Big Five of Africa and yet knows not five trees or birds in your backyard? Well then, it’s time to head out! And here’s all you need to get started.
Not only is the Ramayana a part of India’s living culture, it is also a text that reveals much about India’s geography, landscape and forests. Read on!
Why do some Indian Festivals begin by eating or chewing something bitter? Here’s a peek into how people in Maharashtra begin their New Year with the taste of the bitter Neem!
You’ve heard plenty of stories about humans and animals. Let’s hear it for the Trees now. Here’s a meaningful story about one of India’s most beautiful trees.
Indian Festivals have a strong association with India’s flora and fauna. Find out more about the Tree that gave colour to Holi – India’s festival of Colours.