Mythology books for kids and beginners
Reading is a great habit, and reading books that interest you is one the best ways to spend your time productively. If you’re someone who’s just out exploring the genre of mythology, you’re on the right path. Mythological stories not only keep you involved and intrigued throughout, but also impart wisdom and knowledge. These gripping novels are usually on the top selling list so decide quicker from this list and get yourself a copy right away.
Immortal TalksFantastic and magnificent, Immortal Talks by Shunya is a beautiful story of immortality, destiny and souls. It revolves around two monks who live in a forest in a tribal area in search of their higher beings and connect with the unknown. This is an enticing book and will keep you engaged completely. A perfect blend of past, present and future.
The Immortals of Meluha (Shiva Trilogy): 1Shiva trilogy is truly one of the best books to look at when considering this genre of mythology. A grasping and jaw dropping transformation of a mythic world, this book is full of surprises and consternations. It is a wonderfully written book with a simple but intriguing language. It has a good narrative and a very interesting storyline which doesn’t let the reader keep it down even for a second. Surprising and interesting narration of mythological tales of India.
The Daughter from a Wishing Tree: Unusual Tales about Women in MythologySudha Murthy has always been known for her beautiful and inspiring works. She has an enormous contribution to Indian as well as international literature. This book is just as creative and worth reading. It puts a light on women and their pivotal role in mythology. It is an empowering journey through the pages of the past, which hold the presence of many influential and powerful ladies who took the world by turn. It is a highly empowering book with astounding language.
Raavan: Enemy of Aryavarta (Ram Chandra Series - Book 3)One of the most controversial figures in Hindu Mythology is Raavana. This book by Amish Tripathi would push you to rethink and imagine, and develop an insight into the life of Ravana. This book is a fictional work that gives you a glimpse of Ravana’s mind in a most intriguing and enthralling way. It is a highly grasping book and has a superior language.
7 Secrets of ShivaThis book by the author with a different outlook, Devdutta Pattnaik, revolves around “the destroyer of the world”. It is a mystical blend of art and history portrayed through simple and engaging words and an elegant language. It explains various conflicts, symbolisms and rituals in Hindu religion. It also puts light on many other practices related to Lord Shiva in Hindu religion.
The Gita: For ChildrenBhagwat Gita is one of the most sacred texts of Indian origin. It is considered as a source of entire knowledge, and is believed to have all the answers of past, present and future. Usually children do not get into reading this vast and complex reading. Roopa Pai came up with a beautifully written solution that attracts kids towards this, Gita for children. It has an easy language which kids can easily grasp and understand. It is full of beautiful pictures to keep children engaged.
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