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Let's Learn About Ramayana! The Story of Diwali


October 11, 2021

Book Details

** NEW RELEASE ** Ramayana, The Story of Diwali! **FREE** Monthly Stories & Dances Workshop. Details: CultureGroove.com/Free Why do we celebrate Diwali? A golden deer, monkey army, flying chariots, spectacular battle scenes, kings and queens, 10-headed demon, and more. Ramayana, one of the greatest epics of India, has it all and is also considered the story of Diwali. In this book, Maya, Neel, and their cute little partner, Chintu the squirrel, visit their Mausi (auntie) again who had taught them all about the 5 days of Diwali. This time, Mausi shares with them the dazzling story of King Ram, Queen Sita, and Demon Ravan that has been told for thousands of years and symbolizes the victory of good over evil. Our books retell stories for a global audience, making them thoroughly enjoyable for young readers. Maya & Neel's India Adventures 10+ Book Series is written with the mission to RAISE MULTICULTURAL KIDS! We are Indie authors and 1st generation Indian immigrants, who have dedicated the past decade to spreading multiculturalism through our local dance & culture company as well through this book series whose extreme popularity has taken even us by surprise. You can follow our cultural journey on social media at Bollywood Groove and Culture Groove. To all our little and grown-up readers: Thank You for supporting our work & mission! -------------- For bulk orders (e.g., classrooms, Diwali parties) or author visits contact ajanta@culturegroove.com Our 10+ Series Available Worldwide (CultureGroove.com/Books): Festivals: Diwali, Navratri, Holi, Vaisakhi, Ramadan & Eid Mythology: Ganesha, Krishna, Ramayana Places: Delhi & Taj Mahal, Mumbai Wedding Diwali 50 Activity Book Holi 50 Activity Book Gift Sets 1 & 2 and more!

Author Description

Ajanta Chakraborty was born in Bhopal, India, and moved to North America in 2001. She earned an MS in Computer Science from the University of British Columbia and a Senior Diploma in Bharatanatyam, a classical Indian dance, to feed her spirit. Ajanta quit her corporate consulting job in 2011 and took the plunge to run Bollywood Groove full-time. The best part of her work day includes grooving with classes of children as they leap and swing and twirl to a Bollywood beat.
Vivek Kumar was born in Mumbai, India, and moved to the US in 1998. Vivek has an MS in Electrical Engineering from The University of Texas, Austin, and an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Northwestern University. He has a very serious day job in management consulting. But he'd love to spend his days leaping and swinging, too.

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