The enchanting Waldorf-style children’s book Janma Lila tells the charming story of Krishna’s birth in Gokula, India. The villagers have everything they could ever want, all the riches from their land, cows, and gems. Years pass and the villagers still long for their king, Nanda Maharaj, and his wife Yashoda to have a child. The king and queen still have faith that they will have a child, the blue lotus-eyed boy they see in their hearts. Everything changes when Narayan comes to them in a dream.
About the Author: Madhu Devi is a licensed Waldorf teacher who loves telling stories to her students. She was born and raised in Canada but has found her way back to her Cambodian roots though her practice of bhakti yoga. She loves to share her culture by telling stories about Krishna and watching little smiles light up a room. Madhu is the kind if person who sees a story in just about anything that catches her eye. You can follow her on Instagram @devi_sri_books Facebook Page: Devi Sri Books. Liubiko is a watercolor artist and interior designer. She has illustrated over a dozen children’s books with her light and whimsical style of painting. She is a bright and sunny person, finding beauty in nature and everything else in the world around her. She loves to travel the world with a small box of watercolors.