Cycle Dec-Jan 2021
- Publisher: Ektara Trust
- Product Code: Cycle Vol. 3, No. 5
- Availability: In Stock
Cycle is a bi-monthly Hindi magazine for 9-12 year old children. With it a mundane everyday life becomes interesting, humorous and engaging. Through stories, poems, letters, travelogues and non-fiction articles on history, art, science, philosophy, it features the child’s world and his inquisitiveness. These writings accompany the beautiful hand drawn picture spreads.
Highlights of this issue:
Jacinta ki Diary: Jacinta has sent news from the forest-hills of Niyamgiri. You would want to read it.
Hum Bharat ke Bachche: Children from different backgrounds tell us what they think it means to be an Indian. These writings were compiled by Samina Mishra along with her team.
Rajasthan: How do we look at a painting? What should we look in it? Udayan Vajpayi shares his process of appreciating art.
Thand ke Din: Very honest and simple memoir by Maya Somu makes you wonder the various ways in which 'help' can be interpreted.
Badshah ke Naam Khat: Meenakshi Natrajan imagines how an evening would be for Shahjahan during his last years of captivity. What must he be thinking? Based on it, she writes a letter from Shahjahan addressing Aurangzeb. Interesting, isn't it!
Hum Bharat ke Bachche: Leela Seth presents the Indian Constitution to children. This book published by Pratham is discussed in Cycle's pages by Arvind Gupta. A must read!
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