Delhi-based photographer Vidhi Sikka gets candid, tells us all that it takes to get that perfect shot of the li’l bundle of joy.
Ahmedabad-based Sajid Saiyad started Kids Age in 2006 to encourage children to start reading. Today, with a subscriber base of more than nine lakhs among 8000 plus schools and individuals spread across 23 states in India and neighbouring Nepal, it is the most read, loved and also the most awarded newspaper for children.
An engineer-turned-entrepreneur, Swathi Sri Aravind is a new-age mother, who believes in driving a change that positively impacts the lives of other mothers and their babies, and that pretty much explains the reason why she and two others launched A Toddler Thing in July 2017.
White Print releases kids’ storybook – Look Out, Look Within – in print, Braille and sign language.
Children’s author, picture book creator and indie publisher Richa Jha takes us through behind the scenes of her last title Machher Jhol.
Dr Avanti Arya’s labour of love, her School of Performing Arts located in the heart of Gurugram is a testimony to the fact that passion is always a step ahead than mere ‘scope’.
Gurgaon-based Kreeti Mitra Bhatia has formed an online community – The Special Mom – to help other mothers with special needs children Autism doesn’t come with a manual.
Jolly Priya gives us a rundown of life coaching for children.
Delhi-based Alma Dhingra of Storytime can make any occasion, be it a festival or your kids birthday or if you choose to camp with her, a magical experience with her storytelling sessions.