October 20, 2020
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Amma, Take Me to Tirupati

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About the book:

Come, explore the places where we worship!

Travel with Amma and her boys to the famous Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple in Tirupati.
Enjoy the drive up the lush green hills of Tirumala while listening to the story of how a divine snake became a hill range. Find out how Vishnu came to reside in the very same peaks, first as a boar and then as a heartbroken husband. Blend into the hustle and bustle of thousands of adoring devotees. Relish a few quiet moments by Lake Swamy Pushkarini. Wake up bright and early to the hymns of Suprabhatam to see Venkateswara in all his glory. Savour the delicious Tirupati laddu as prasad. Listen to Amma with your eyes and ears wide open, for this whirlwind of a journey promises to leave you mesmerized!

Told through interesting stories with captivating illustrations, this new series introduces readers to the history of different faiths and their associated monuments.

Travel with Amma and her boys, this time to Tirupati!
See the famous Sri Venkateswara Swamy Temple, wake up to the hymns of Suprabhatam and savour the delicious laddu as prasad.

Gorgeously illustrated, the Amma, Take Me to series is an attempt to introduce children to the many Indian religions and faiths through their important places of worship. The books, styled as the travelogues of a mother and her two young boys, Shiv and Veer, link history, tradition and mythology to bring alive the major temples, churches, mosques and mausoleums of India in an engaging and interactive way.

About the author:

Bhakti Mathur took to writing in 2010 when she created the popular Amma, Tell Me series of children’s picture books about Indian festivals and mythology. After a long stint as a banker, she now juggles her time between her writing, her passion for fitness and long-distance running, and her family. She lives in Hong Kong with her husband, their two children and two dogs. When not writing or running after her young boys, Bhakti is happiest curled up with a book in one hand and a hot cup of chai in the other. To know more, visit her at www.bhaktimathur.com.

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