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An important story from an ELLE.com fave

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From ELLE ELLE contributor Raakhee Mirchandani wrote this book as a gift to her daughter Satya and voila! now it's an actual book with the most inspiring story about heroes and community and giving back. Read More

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Episode 51: Bharat Babies: The Power of Storytelling

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From Project Voice Pod So, I was ecstatic to know that Bharat Babies was going to be a sponsor for Project Voice and I really wanted to give the platform to its founder, Sailaja, because what she’s doing for our community is really inspiring. When I was looking for sponsors for Project Voice, one of the items on my criteria was to partner with a business who reflected our values and I believe that Bharat Babies really fit the mold for us as a business. As someone who grew up craving for stories that looked like me, I thought it...

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Save the date to enjoy ‘Super Satya’ storytime

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From Boston Herald ou’re a young superhero, ready for a fabulous day. The tallest slide in Hoboken, N.J., is just waiting to be conquered — but wait! You left your cape at the dry cleaner! Is all hope lost?   Not if you’re the star of “Super Satya Saves the Day,” the tale of a precocious Indian-American superhero who faces her fears, helps her friends and comes out on top — adorably. The children’s book is written by Raakhee Mirchandani, editor-in-chief of Dow Jones’ Moneyish, former associate editor of the Boston Herald and mom of daughter (and inspiration) Satya. Read...

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US WEEKLY Buzz-o-Meter

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From US Weekly Super Satya Saves the Day — Hoda Kotb loves this story about an Indian-American girl ready to tackle the world — and the tallest slide in Hoboken, New Jersey! Read More

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This real-life 4-year-old superhero inspired a children’s book

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From NY Post Raakhee Mirchandani knew she had a superhero on her hands in her daughter, Satya. Whenever Mirchandani walked down the streets of Hoboken with Satya, now 4, the little girl did so with flair: “Five out of seven days a week, she’s wearing capes, crowns, Wonder Woman ensembles. That’s her thing,” says Mirchandani, the editor-in-chief of the website Moneyish. “We love the bookstore, and we’re there all the time. But one day, I noticed that there were not many books about girls having great big adventures. And once I had that thought, it was hard to unthink it.”...

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