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.
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.
Snakes have been a popular Symbol across world cultures. What do they symbollize in India and its art forms?
Why is Plum Cake called Plum Cake when it does not contain Plums? An innocuous question from the kids leads me into the past and prompts a walk along the annals of Christianity in India.
The Asurs, a tribe in Central India that trace their ancestry to Mahishasur, the Buffalo Demon beheaded by Durga during Navratri, treat the festival as a period of mourning. As with everything in India, there is always another side!
Pick the Right Mythological Stories for Children, for not all of them are meant to be bed-time tales! Particularly with sensibilities and values having changed over the centuries.
As you travel around India and discover Indian Art, tell your children about the stories behind the symbols.
On Teacher’s Day, a Legend from Tamil Nadu about a boy who became his father’s guru!
Krishna is one of India’s most loved deities. Find out how his story began and how he rose to such cult status.