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Shloka & Doha


Activity Book


Pages: 52

Age: 9 - 12

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Shloka and Doha|Activity Book for age 9+ |12 meaningful shlokas from Gita, Ramayana and Upanishads

Activity Book presents meaningful shloka & dohas for children from some of the most popular Hindu texts with interesting activities. Ideal for parents to teach their children. It gives a deep insight into the questions such as: Why are there so many Gods? Does God have a form and so on.

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Shloka & Doha form Gita and Upanishad
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The Shloka and Dohas Activity Book is a wonderful collection of some of the most popular Hindu texts, including the Bhagavad Gita, Upanishads, Puranas, Vedas, and the Ramcharitmanas. This engaging activity book features 12 meaningful shlokas that will inspire children to explore the rich cultural heritage of India.

Ideal for teachers and parents to teach Shloka through activities
Boost The Morale of Kids

The book provides profound insights into important questions, such as why there are so many gods and whether God has a form. It also motivates children to learn moral values, good habits, and positive behavior, and to improve their personal skills.

Ideal for gifting

The Shloka and Dohas Activity Book contains a range of interesting activities, such as word puzzles, crosswords, unscrambling jumbled words, completing stories and poems, writing, drawing, and other fun activities. Children can also listen to the shlokas through QR codes, adding a new dimension to the learning experience. This book is ideal for teachers and parents who want to boost their kids' morale and introduce them to the rich cultural heritage of India.


By making shloka and dohas their friends, children can cultivate a strong sense of spirituality and overall well-being.


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Kids and Parents love us


In older times, we had grandparents sharing the knowledge of Ramayana and Gita with kids but today that is missing. I liked this workshop for Ayan as it introduces spiritual concepts at a young age, and this increases kid’s logical and rational thinking. It will help them to become a better individual in life.

Monica Sharma – Ayan’s mother
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