As a child, Vishwa walked a long way to get to school. As a college student, he tutored two children to make ends meet. And as an engineer, he built dams, bridges and institutions, and the foundation for a modern India. Read this book to know how Sir M. Visvesvaraya observed the world around him, learnt from it, made bold decisions and never shied away from hard work.
The Hare’s Story
There is no water in the animal kingdom and so the king called a meeting to find a solution. Everyone shows up, except for the hare. At the meeting, they all agree to dig a well, but not let the hare drink from it. The hare had his own plan. What do you think it was?
My Mother’s Child
My Mother’s Child is the story of Neo, a young boy who becomes a big brother. After being an only child all his life, how will Neo react to his new baby sister? Will his parents treat him differently? Neo is afraid he will become the outcast of the family. Read on to find out what happens!
Rabbit Goes on a Quest
After narrowly escaping arrows, rabbit goes in search of the King of the forest to warm him about the attacks. Will he be successful?
The Golden Bird
When the king finds out there is a golden bird that can make him emperor of the universe, he goes on a mission to catch it! But his daughter has other ideas, and must muster her courage to stand up for her kingdom.
LIGHTS… CAMERA… ACTION! The life and times of Dadasaheb Phalke
“Watch people move in the magic photographs! A picture two miles long! Only three annas!” This is how a magician named Dadasaheb Phalke invited people in the street to come and watch his first film. Other actors in this amazing story about the genius of Dadasaheb Phalke, the Father of Indian Cinema, include a cook who played a woman and the first film editor in Indian cinema who happened to be a woman and his wife! If you are a fan of films, you are sure to be fascinated by this script of his life and the making of the first ever Indian film. It has all the ingredients of blockbuster!