The author is Satguru Bodhinatha Veylanswami; stories by Anuradha Murali; illustrations by Rajeev N.T.; audio narration by Jennifer Vaughn.
The stories were written and illustrated to convey Hinduism’s ethical and moral
values and basic religious observances, the traditional yamas and niyamas, to a new
generation. The moral tales, set in India and America, are intended for children ages
ten to twelve. The accompanying audio narration allows even younger children to
enjoy the books.
As a mother, I face the challenge of teaching my
children—currently 9 and 11—the basic Hindu
values for living according to dharma. Definitely
these 20 short stories captured their attention
and made a lasting impression on their minds.
Sheela Rahavendran, California