Ramayana for ChildrenAges 3 to 6 years. Ramayana is the most important epic of ancient India. It is an account of the life of Rama and his family. On the command of his father, Rama went to exile for fourteen years with his spouse, Sita, and younger brother, Lakshamana. In the forest, Sita was abducted by demon king Ravana. A fierce battle ensued between them. Ramayana for Children, the book in your hands, has great stories from Ramayana all written in easy and plain language with eye-catching illustrations. With all its exceptional features, the book is very motivating and knowledgeable for all.Bhagavad Gita for ChildrenBhagavad Gita is one of the most sacred books of India. It is a part of the great epic Mahabharata and contains seven hundred verses. They were uttered by the Supreme Lord Himself at the start of Mahabharata War, when Arjuna did not want to indulge in war seeing all his relatives standing in the enemy army.Panchatantra for ChildrenAges 3 to 6 years. The timeless stories of Panchatantra have enchanted and fascinated children of the world for many years. Packed with over 60 of the best stories from Panchatantra and 150 bright and colourful illustrations, this collection of enduring moral stories is an essential addition to every childs little library. The classic characters in these stories have been brought to life using simple language and attractive illustrations, making Panchatantra for Children a must-have, must-read book for all children.Mahabharata for ChildrenAges 3 to 6 years. Mahabharata is a major epic of ancient India. It is a narrative of the Kurukshetara War and tales of kauravas and pandavas who were cousins. Kauravas had usurped the land of pandavas by unfair means. Pandavas wanted to get their land back but the kauravas were not agreed to give them even a little land and hence the war broke out between the two. Mahabharata for Children, the book in your hands, has great stories from Mahabharata. All the stories have been written in simple and lucid language with attractive illustrations. With all its unique features, the book is interesting and knowledgeable for everyone.