10 Gulab Jamuns - counting with an Indian sweet treat

Join two adorable brothers in their discovery of 10 Gulab Jamuns, a favorite Indian sweet!

Jan 21st, 2017 – the day of the Women’s March will go down as an important date. Half a million marchers are said to have gathered in D.C alone. Independent estimates state there were more than 3 million marchers in the US. The Women’s March website estimates there were 673

I love talking to my 4-year-old. He seems to have such great questions. “What is a country? Can a diesel train go faster than a race car? Can a zebra run faster than a horse? Can you tell me about the dinosaurs and the big rock? What is ‘relative to’?”

When we open our front door to step out, there is a neat row of little toys that meets the eye. Camel, Elephant, Duck, Dinosaur – they all stand sharply, on guard duty, on the porch beam right under our roof. I understand this is not a common place for

For Thanksgiving, we are planning to take a train ride on Amtrak. The kids are excited. Preparations had to be made, the shopping list was long. Chores done, I drove back from the freeway to the busy main road towards home. Suddenly a strange sense of dwelling took over me.

  As I began researching the economics of getting a children’s book published and distributed, I was surprised at the different elements involved. Most of us don’t know what goes behind it, so thought it might be interesting to know – Illustrations – Unless you are a highly skilled artist

Our household has been trying to go paperless in the kitchen for a while. To achieve this goal, we bought several different varieties of kitchen cloths – patterned, white, colorful sets. Our process is working slowly, but we have been encountering some operations issues. One of us likes to wring the

First appeared in http://www.biculturalmama.com/2016/10/gulab-jamuns-south-asian-culture.html #tengulabjamuns ‘TEN GULAB JAMUNS’ BOOK INTRODUCES SOUTH ASIAN CULTURE TO CHILDREN – KICKSTARTER October 20, 2016 by Maria Adcock 0 Comments Contributed by Sandhya Acharya Author Sandhya Acharya and her sons. Earlier this year I self-published a children’s book called “Big Red Firetruck!” The inspiration was a bedtime story

https://www.indiacurrents.com/articles/2016/10/20/indian-american-writers-campaign-national-day-writing An Indian American writer’s campaign on National Day of Writing! Published on October 20, 2016 Did you know that, today, October 20th is the National Day of Writing? It was first instituted in 2009 by the National Council of Teachers of English and was officially recognized through Senate resolutions.

http://www.sunandachatterjee.com/authors-blawg/interview-with-author-sandhya-acharya This month I interviewed Sandhya Acharya, author of lovely children’s books. Tell us about your book Big Red Firetruck! What was your inspiration for this book? I have always dreamed of being an author. After a long career in corporate finance, I gave myself the permission to pursue my