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5 Children's Books that are inspired by South Asian Women

5 Children's Books that are inspired by South Asian Women
5 Children's Books that are inspired by South Asian women from history.

Celebrating International Women's Day

A message from our CEO on how Bharat Babies is celebrating International Women's Day this March 8th.

3 Tips for Reading With a Toddler

3 Tips for Reading With a Toddler
Three tips for reading with your toddler from a diverse children's book publisher, Bharat Babies.

Importance of Historic Stories for Children

Sailaja Joshi

Importance of Historic Stories for Children

by Frank Lee, Rebatezone Stories are effective tools that boost your imagination as well as your perception — how you perceive the world around you. Such accomplished and convincing stories can be that many of the hegemonic governments around the world use these as dynamic narratives. These masterly plotted stories are practiced all around the world — sometimes inculcating a conviction or prejudice and sometimes accurate facts are woven together by this masterly art of storytelling. Sarla In the Sky | Written by Anjali Joshi | Illustrated by Lisa Kurt Children and Historical stories At early age children are exposed to their immediate surroundings and...


Bharat Babies | Padmini is Powerful

Sailaja Joshi

Originally Published by Live Laugh Mirch One of the reasons I love this blog is that I get to meet so many fellow bloggers, momtrepreneurs and liked minded women. Such was the case when I crossed paths with Bharat Babies founder, Sailaja Joshi. Sailaja is a consumer anthropologist and gender sociologist turned entrepreneur. With degrees from Northeastern University, Simmons College and Harvard University she’s used her collective academic wits if you will to help address and fulfill a need she saw first hand as mom to two. She lives just outside of Harvard campus with her husband and two little ones,...