Team P3 curates a list of brilliant reads from translated children’s literature in India for your TBR list.
How do you ensure the next generation after us is aware and appreciative of our country’s rich culture? How do you provide your children with diverse stories that help them understand the many regions, practices, and lifestyles that are very different from their own? As you can see from the title of our article, books help bridge that gap for you. In this article, we bring some of the best works of translated children’s literature from across the country.
Each of these books contains its own cultural and linguistic nuances that the translations seek to portray while also adapting it for the target audience. From Gujarati to Sanskrit to Odia, the books from children’s literature here belong to a range of Indian languages. If you think we missed out on any title you think should’ve been there, let us know in the comments below, and we’ll add it to our selection here. Let’s begin then!
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