Akshar Akshar Eeshvar
Hinduism is a philosophy and a way of life. It extols the virtues of balance and harmony, as a function of society. It teaches us that every action has a consequence. One can follow any god or goddess in this pantheon, but must respect all others. Hinduism’s deep, all-encompassing message needed not one but many messengers, across all forms of life
Thus, while there is only one Supreme Lord, there are 33 categories or kotis of gods and goddesses that we pray to, each inspiring us with their unique strengths and abilities. This book takes you on an alphabetical ride covering some of the gods and goddesses like Durga, Krishna, Hanuman, Vishnu to name a few. This book is bilingual (Hindi and English)
It includes 5 activities
Ages: 3 years and above
Book Type: Hardbound, Matt Laminate with Perfect Binding
Size: 8" * 8"
Pages: 112 pages
How to read Yug Stories?
The Yug Stories series has been carefully designed for littles ones to experience these stories over a few stages:
1st Phase: In the illustration based reading phase, children understand the content through the art.
2nd Phase: The next phase is the read aloud phase in which parents and children spend quality time while reading the pages aloud. This stage helps children develop their grammar, vocabulary and pronunciation.
3rd Phase: Then comes the self read phase. Children are able to recognize words and read sentences on their own. In this stage, they hone their reading skills, develop phonetic understanding and can now memorize text.
4th Phase: The learning phase is the fourth stage in this process. After going over the text several times, children shift from rote learning to a deeper understanding of the text. They are now able to recognize teachings from the text and explain it in their own words.
What are the benefits of reading?
The holistic benefits of reading are aplenty:
~ Reading aids in the development of the child’s cognitive abilities, including memory, comprehension and learning.
~ If you want your child’s vocabulary and language skills to improve, read to them for at least 30 minutes every day.
~ Reading helps a child’s analytical thinking skills to improve, as well as strengthens focus and concentration.
~ There is no better way of encouraging children to think creatively and to be curious. Spark a child’s imagination and watch them transform into happier, more confident and more self assured little humans.
~ Reading is an excellent way to spend quality time with your children
Why is it important for children to read about India?
Culture, identity, dreams and knowledge are closely knit with one another.
Our books will familiarize children with various facets of Indian culture. Many of these stories are not as popularly known and widely read as they ought to be.
Reading about our country will evoke a sense of pride in our collective history and identity. An in-depth knowledge of our history will create a deeper bond with our heritage and ingrain a rich value system that is decidedly tied with our identity.