Big little Book award 2016 winners for authors and illustrators announced!

Big Little Book Award


  • Madhuri Purandare Winner

    Madhuri Purandare

    Big little Book award for Author (Marathi)

    • Reacting to her win, Madhuri Purandare said,

      “I am very happy and honoured to receive this award. I would like to congratulate Parag Initiative for recognising children's literature on a major literary platform.”

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  • Atanu Roy Winner

    Atanu Roy

    Big little Book award for Illustrator

    • Commenting on his win, Atanu Roy said,

      “I am very happy to receive this award and too excited to speak. Hopefully this award will encourage illustrators.”

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Shortlist for Author (Marathi) Category
  • Madhuri Purandare

    Madhuri Purandare

    • I am very happy to hear about the nomination.

    • Madhuri Purandare has written and illustrated more than 23 story books including the Yash Series -  a series of six books that take us into the enchanting everyday world of little Yash. Others include Radhache Ghar, Chitravachan, Hana’s Suitcase (translated into Marathi), Babachya Mishya, Aunty Jui’s Baby and The Hundred and Thirty-seventh Leg. Her books are about regular, ordinary things that children encounter in their everyday lives illustrated with great detail for small things. She has conceived and edited Vaachu Aanande – a thematic anthology of Marathi literature and Indian Art for children. She is vocal about the need for literature to be context appropriate and her stories give a 'voice' to children who could well be from any part of India by tackling simple issues of interest to them. She has a degree from JJ school of Arts and studied 'Painting and Graphic Arts' in Paris.

    • Radhach Ghar (Jyotsna Prakashan)

      Babachya Mishya (Jyotsna Prakashan)

      Panchvi Gali (Jyotsna Prakashan)

      Chitravachan (Jyotsna Prakashan)

      Yash Series (Jyotsna Prakashan)

      Read more on notable work

    • “An exquisite illustrator of children’s books, Madhuri Purandare has carved a special niche for herself in the world of Marathi Children’s Books. In her books there are no sermons, no talking down to children and girls are depicted in active rather than passive roles. Radha cha Ghar has been essential reading for children for decades...She has not only written books but has also illustrated them herself.”

      Arvind Gupta

    • Q. What inspired you to become a children's writer?

      25-30 years back, in Vanasthali, we started working for Bawaldis (preschool) in villages where formal schooling posed a lot of problems for village children with a high drop out. We had serious paucity of trained teachers for these Bawaldis because rural women could not go for the six month’s training in urban centers and urban women would not come and work in villages. So we started on our own training courses for the women in villages which involved a lot of convincing for the girls’ parents and the girls themselves [...]

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  • Rajiv Tambe

    Rajiv Tambe

    • Of course, I am happy but I am not entitled to enjoy the honour all by myself. Allow me to share it with my family, my children and my readers. They deserve it the most.

    • Rajiv Tambe is a writer and editor. He has published over 75 books and worked with leading Marathi publishers including Mehta Publishing, Rajhans Publication, Jyotsna Publication and others such as Room to Read, National Book Trust and Pratham Books. His work comprises stories, poems, one act plays, nonfiction and educational science books including simple science experiments for children. As an editor he has keenly promoted new talented children’s writers, attempted to publish books across a variety of genres and promoted children's literature and reading through a large number of workshops. While working for NGOs and for UNICEF as an educational consultant he has traveled extensively visiting schools, helping teachers and students in the most remote areas of Maharashtra. His methods are unique and innovative, resulting out of his rich and varied experience. His contact and appeal with children is immediate and they enjoy the ‘zero cost' learning activities devised by Tambe.

    • Premal Bhooth (Rohan Prakashan)

      Gammat Shala (Rajhans Prakashan)

      Sasoba Hasoba Series (Mehta Publishing House)

      Mother & Baby Series - Moru, Bachda, Manjru, Magru, Konbdu (Rajhans Prakashan)

      Babbad Series (Mehta Publishing House)

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    • “Rajiv Tambe has explored a wide range of genre for children from storybooks, non-fiction, adventure stories, plays, poetry to science books, which is unusual and impressive."

      Amrita Patwardhan

    • Q. What role can awards play in the children’s literature sector?

      Children’s literature and children’s writers are deprived of limelight. Even Sahitya Academy got the sector on its radar just seven years before. This attitude of the society towards children’s literature will change with awards and recognition. It will help society appreciate the role of children’s literature in children’s lives and the space it can enjoy in their psyche. Most importantly, parents and teachers alike will realise that children’s literature is a serious business.

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Shortlist for Illustrator Category
  • Atanu Roy

    Atanu Roy

    • Really excited and humbled to be counted in the first three (illustrator’s shortlist) of the inaugural year of Big Little Book Awards.

    • Atanu Roy studied applied arts from the College of Art, University of Delhi. He has worked as a political cartoonist for India Today, art director with Thomson Press / Living Media and also did a stint in Tokyo. While in college he did his first book on the history of transport in single color detailed drawing in ink. His first picture book was Tails published by the National Book Trust. He gained immensely while working for the District primary Education project (DPEP) of the central government and later the Sarva Shisha Abhiyan. He has worked on various styles, from the thick outlines of Who’s Smarter to the crazy black and white drawings for Wingless. He received the Children’s Choice Award for book illustration by Association of Writers and Illustrators for Children in 1989 and IBBY Certificate of honour for Illustration in 2006.

    • Wingless (Roli Books)

      Tails (National Book Trust)

      The Gijjigadus and the Fireflies (Katha Books)

      The Puffin Book of Magical Indian Myths (Puffin Books)

      Alamelu’s Appetite (National Book Trust)

      Chiknik Chun (Eklavya)

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    • “I find his range and versatility astounding. He seems to enter into the skin of the characters he illustrates, whether it is a Gijjigadu or a hippopotamus. There is a respectful tone in his art work that responds to a work by Tagore or Premchand and a delightful playful element when he illustrates for ‘Bhabho Bhais."

      Usha Mukunda

    • Q. How can new talent be encouraged in this field? 

      One thing I found during all my travels and workshops is that there is no dearth of talent in the country. Sadly a large number of them working as illustrators are not trained and lack the attitude. Most art colleges do not have illustration as a subject which must be revived. This has been a core concern of mine for many years. Just a handful of illustrators have been doing most of the work and the pressure of the work is far too much [...]

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  • Nina Sabnani

    Nina Sabnani

    • I am honoured and humbled by this nomination. I always thought of myself as someone who is still learning this art of communication.

    • Nina Sabnani is an artist and storyteller who uses film, illustration and writing to tell her stories. Graduating from the Faculty of Fine Arts, Vadodara she received a Master’s degree in film from Syracuse University, NY, which she pursued as a Fulbright Fellow. Nina’s research interests include exploring the dynamics between words and images in storytelling. Her work in film and illustrated books seeks to bring together animation and ethnography. Nina is currently Professor at the Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay. Her films Mukand and Riaz, Tanko Bole Chhe (The Stitches Speak) and Baat Wahi Hai have been made into illustrated books. She has collaborated with traditional artists from Warli, Bhili, Kavad art forms as well as artisans from Kutch to develop rich body of storybooks.

    • Mukand and Riaz (Tulika)

      My Gondri Anthology (Bookworm Trust)

      My Gandhi Story (Tulika)

      A Bhil Story (Tulika)

      My Mother’s Sari (Tulika)

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    • “Nina Sabnani is a force to be reckoned with in contemporary children's illustrations. Drawing upon various styles available to her (including illustrations and animations) she marries the traditional with the contemporary in highly imaginative ways. Showing immense versatility, Nina has been able to showcase traditional Bhil, Warli and other art forms (including the embroidery of Kutch, patchwork quilting in Goa, etc.)."

      Shailaja Menon

    • Q. What was the first story/illustration you did for children?

      The first book I did was All About Nothing for Tulika Publishers. I had made an animated film with the same title on how the idea of zero and place value came about. The publishers approached me to make that into a book. It was a new challenge for me since film is continuous and the image covers the whole screen. Here, I had to be so selective and I am quite sure this has influenced my film making too.

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  • Proiti Roy

    Proiti Roy

    • Greatly surprised and quite taken aback. Never expected to come this far... are you sure I'm shortlisted?

    • Born in Shantiniketan in 1965, Proiti graduated in Fine Arts from Kala Bhavan, Shantiniketan. She worked as a graphic designer in advertising and manufacturing – both in India and Bangladesh. She also worked with handicrafts in recycled mediums and taught art and craft to children in Kolkata for 12 years. Now living in Chennai, she spends most of her time illustrating story books, picture books and text books for children as well as designing and illustrating for magazines and corporate clients. She has worked with several publishers from all over India including Tulika Books, Orient Blackswan Pvt. Ltd., Ratna Sagar, Room to Read Trust, Johns Hopkins University and Delhi Press. She loves animals, lives with seven rescued dogs and looks after the street dogs in her neighborhood. She collects matchbox labels, postcards and vintage children’s books. She has a daughter who is also studying to be an artist.

    • Bulbuli’s Bamboo (Tulika Publishers)

      Ismat’s Eid (Tulika Publishers)

      The Enchanted Saarang (Tulika Publishers)

      Panch Khambon Wala Gaon (Room to Read)

      Dosti (Room to Read)

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    • “Proiti’s work beautifully depicts cultural context of a text. Bold colours of The Enchanted Sarang and black background and floral patterns of the book cover is based on the traditional embroidery pattern. On the other hand, subtle green and beige recreate the ambience of places where bamboo grows in abundance…Her work is culturally rich. The way she captures details is quite interesting.”

      Mukul Priyadarshini

    • Q. If you had a piece of advice for aspiring illustrators or authors, what would it be?

      Patience… have lots of it. And though I’m not the best person to give this piece of advice, deadlines… they should be taken seriously. And try to remember that an illustrator’s job is based on good team work… with the publishers, editors and sometimes the authors and then most importantly, keep the young readers in your mind… always!

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Big Little Book Award

Big Little Book Awards:
Honouring excellence in the categories of author and illustrator/artist

Over the last two decades, a handful of authors, illustrators and publishers have attempted to give voice to Indian children’s literature with stories that talk to young readers about who they are, and help them navigate a multicultural and multilingual environment. These authors and illustrators have attempted to balance the traditional with the contemporary to reflect the Indian reality in content, visuals and production. They have given us stories that are not didactic but layered and sensitive, illustrations that fight gender and caste stereotypes, are inclusive, bring humour and fun into books, and books that make for great reading. The Big Little Book Award is a first of its kind award instituted by the Parag initiative of Tata Trusts and ‘Literature Live!’ to recognize and honour significant contribution of such authors and illustrators to children’s literature in Indian language (s). The first awards will be announced at Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest, 2016. The award will be given under two categories – one for author and another for illustrator/artist. An eminent panel will select the winners.

For 2017 awards, click here.


Parag logo

Parag is an initiative of the Tata Trusts that aims to spread the joys of reading and make reading a part of every childhood by supporting the development, dissemination and use of children’s literature in Indian languages. Over the past nine years, Parag has supported the development of 350 new books in multiple Indian languages. Titles include picture books, educational publishing, curricular material, activity books, poems and story books for various ages. Over 750,000 original print runs and a large number of editions / print runs have reached 110 million readers. Books are priced affordably, have original (and age-appropriate) content for children in the age group of 3 to 16 years, with good production quality. To ensure access to quality literature Parag supports children’s libraries being run through non-profits, schools and communities. It also invests in capacity building and has launched the first of its kind course to train children’s librarians – The Library Educators Certificate Course (LEC). Responding to a gap in the children’s literature sector, Parag launched Riyaz Academy of Illustrators in 2015 to trains young professionals to illustrate for children.

Literature Live!

Literature Live!

Literature Live! is dedicated to celebrating the written word in all its forms. From book launches, thought-provoking talks, literary evenings and author interactions to performances, book swaps, fiction and haiku contests, it offers Mumbai a chance to participate in the many avenues of literature. It also organises Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai LitFest, Mumbai's premier international literary festival. Now gearing up for its 7th edition from November 17 to 20,  2016. Tata Literature Live! The Mumbai International LitFest is considered India’s premier litfest, because it looks at literature in a way that complements the spirit of Mumbai: energetic, cosmopolitan and all-inclusive. Over 120 writers, thinkers and performers from all over the world are expected to participate during its many events this year at the National Centre for Performing Arts and the Prithvi Theatre.

Award Details

Award Process
  1. Nomination

    The nomination process is open till June 30, 2016. Nomination forms can be filled and submitted online. Publishers, librarians, academics and experts are invited to nominate names for the awards. A maximum of 3 names may be submitted in each category. Self-nomination will not be accepted.

    Marathi only
    Author nominations
    All languages
    Illustrator nominations
    June 30
    Nominations close
  2. Longlist

    After all nominations are received the Awards committee will make a longlist of names. Publishers will be asked to send five copies of the author’s /illustrator’s book/s to the jury.

  3. BLB Events

    A series of events will be organised from September to October around children's literature including book readings, library visits by authors and illustrators, and discussions.

  4. Winners

    The winners will be announced at the Tata Lit Live 2016.

    Nov 20
    Winners announced
Award Criteria

Languages: Every year, one Indian language will be chosen for awarding an author. Authors writing extensively for children in that language but not limited to it will be eligible for nomination. The language chosen for the 2016 award to an author is Marathi. Only authors writing in Marathi for children will be eligible to be nominated in 2016. The nomination for illustrators is open across languages.

  1. The award shall be given annually.
  2. Writing in any Indian language including English.
  3. The Award is restricted to authors/illustrators who are citizens of India and have a body of original and significant work in the field of children’s literature in any Indian language(s).
  4. Author/Illustrator should have worked in the area for 7-10 years minimum, is still writing/illustrating for children in the contemporary space and has a connect with today’s readers.
  5. Original work means that the text/illustration was created by this author/illustrator and no one else. For authors it may include original retellings of traditional literature, provided the words are the author’s own.
  6. The author’s/illustrator’s body of work shall be intended for children and display respect for children’s understandings, abilities, and appreciations. Children are defined as persons of ages up to and including 14, and work for this entire age range will be considered.
  7. The text of a book shall include all forms of writing — fiction, non-fiction, wordless books and poetry. Reprints, compilations and abridgements are not eligible. The illustrations made by the illustrator must provide the child with a visual experience and extend/ add to the story. It could also include picture books that have a collective unity of story-line, theme, or concept, developed through the series of pictures of which the book is comprised.
  8. The award will not be given posthumously.

1. How many names can we nominate?

You can nominate up to 3 authors and 3 illustrators.

2. How many entries can we submit against every nomination?

For any author/illustrator you nominate, you should provide as much detail about books written/illustrated as possible, along with other details of publisher, date of publication, etc. Publishers can also provide details of books by the author/illustrator that have been published by a different agency/publishing house.

3. Why are author nominations only in Marathi?

The Big Little Big Award has been instituted to recognize and reward authors and illustrators who have contributed to children’s literature in Indian languages. Since authors write in a primary language, the author award is language specific. Each year a different Indian language will be chosen for awarding authors. In contrast, illustrations, especially wordless picture books or books which are highly illustrated can work across languages. Since the medium is visual and children learn to read pictures before reading text, the illustrator’s award is independent of language.


4. When is the nomination deadline?

The nomination process is open till June 30, 2016 and nomination forms can be filled and submitted online at

5. What is the judging process?

Once all the nominations are received, a longlist will be prepared. Books will be sought from publishers for longlisted names. A shortlist will be generated and an eminent panel will decide the winner. The Big Little Book Award will be presented on November 17 at Literature Live! The Mumbai Litfest.

Key Dates

  • Nominations Open

    June 1

  • Nominations Close

    June 30

  • BLB Events

    Sept to Oct

  • Winners Announced

    Nov 20



Jury for Author (Marathi) Categroy

  • Amrita Patwardhan

    Amrita Patwardhan

    • Amrita Patwardhan heads the education portfolio of the Tata Trusts. She has been with the Trusts since 2003. Ms Patwardhan has masters in child development from MS University and MPhil in education from Delhi University. She was recipient of Edberg Foundation, Sweden's fellowship in 2001 where she spent a year at the International Development Department of Clark University researching 'Impact of displacement on children'. She has represented the Trusts on National Mission on Libraries, has been on various expert committees set up by the National Council for Education Research and Training, and Ministry of Human Resource Development to review national programmes on literacy, elementary education and children's literature. Before joining the Trusts, Amrita taught in a primary school and college, and worked as a teacher educator.

  • Arvind Gupta

    Arvind Gupta

    • Arvind Gupta is an Indian toy inventor and popularizer of science. He participated in the Hoshangabad Science Teaching Programme (HSTP) in Madhya Pradesh in 1978. While he was there he developed his idea of creating simple toys and educational experiments using locally available materials as well as items usually thrown as trash. These simple toys, he found, fascinated children and Gupta went on to make these as the hallmark of his movement of popularising science. His first book, "Matchstick Models and other Science Experiments" was reprinted in 12 languages. His website holds instructions in a number of languages for making hundreds of improvised toys, which he makes available freely. His popular TED Talk: Turning Trash into Toys for learning gives an insight into his work and philosophy.

  • Narendra Lanjewar

    Narendra Lanjewar

    • Narendra Lanjewar is a librarian and journalist. He has a MA in Marathi Literature and a degree in journalism besides a Bachelor in Library Science. As a librarian he started 50 libraries for children in Buldana district, Amravati region of Maharashtra and designed and delivered several programmes for children to get them interested in reading and children’s literature. As president of Children’s Fine Arts and Literary Society, Buldana he has been instrumental in encouraging parents and schools to think beyond curriculum and studies and nurturing children’s interests. He has also written widely on Marathi literature for various publications and edited several books. He actively promotes the use of Marathi children’s books and stories.

  • Sai Paranjpye

    Sai Paranjpye

    • Writer, director and playwright Sai Paranjpye is one of India’s most creative minds. Beginning as an announcer in radio, she has made serials, documentaries, written and directed films, written and directed theatre in Hindi, Marathi and English and also written many books. Her first feature film ‘Sparsh’ in 1980 won three Filmfare and one National Award. Her comedies ‘Chashme Badoor’ (1981) and ‘Katha’ (1982) are today considered classics of Indian comedy. In the 1970s she twice served as the Chairperson of Children's Film Society of India and over the decades, has made four films for them including the award winning ‘Jadoo Ka Shankh’ and ‘Sikandar’.  She was awarded the Padma Bhushan in 2006 in recognition of her artistic contribution.

  • Sunila Pradhan

    Sunila Pradhan

    • Indisputably one of the greatest ever actresses of the Marathi stage, Sunila Pradhan’s foray into theatre began with celebrated playwright P L Deshpande’s `Waryavarchi Varat`. Her long collaboration with Satyadev Dubey’s Theatre Unit started in 1969 and lasted 33 years, during which period she took the leading part in as many as 40 plays. These included almost every notable play written at the time by India’s leading playwrights Badal Sarkar,  Dharamvir Bharati, G P Deshpande, Vijay Tendulkar, Girish Karnad, Mahesh Elkunchwar and Nirmal Varma. The 1980s are rightly regarded as the Golden Period for theatre, and Sunila Pradhan, Satyadev Dubey and Amrish Puri formed the triumvirate which brought about this artistic renaissance.


Jury for Illustrator Category

  • Amy Fernandes

    Amy Fernandes

    • Amy Fernandes is passionate about magazines. That and her predilection for multi-tasking has led her to bringing out several magazines, sometimes all at once. It's also what led her to Literature Live! In the past she has conceptualized and been editor of magazines like Femina, the leading women’s magazine in India, Jade: an exclusive publication concentrating on the South of India, Time N'Style, India’s best known luxury magazine, and the weekly Kidzone among several others. Her many interests include travel, food and books. She has been a columnist at Bombay Times. She has taught journalism at St Andrews BMM programme and is currently handling the magazine module at St Paul’S Institution of Communication Education (SPICE). She is now Group Editor with DNA, Features, part of Zee Media Corporation Ltd, where she brings out the Sunday magazine called Just Before Monday, along with several special features for the publication.

  • Farzana Cooper

    Farzana Cooper

    • Farzana Cooper is a freelance illustrator. Her works have appeared in many Lifestyle magazines and books including Femina, Maxim ,Verve, Vogue, IQ, Man’s World, Saturday Times, etc. She has illustrated books like Samar Halarnkar’s The Married Man’s Guide To Creative Cooking (And Other Dubious Adventures), Parsi Bol and currently illustrating Raju Morey's Courting Trouble. Farzana has a degree in Fine Arts from Sir J J institute of Applied Arts. Her other interests are in current affairs and south Asian archaeology and history. She lives with her family in Mumbai.

  • Mukul Priyadarshini

    Mukul Priyadarshini

    • Mukul Priyadarshini holds a Ph.D. in Linguistics from the University of Delhi. She has been professionally associated with government organisations such as NCERT (and contributed towards the National Curriculum Framework), NCTE, CBSE etc. and civil society organisations such as Eklavya, Ankur Society for Alternatives in Education, Digantar etc.  Her research interests include the position of Languages in Education, the discursive nature of Hindi, and politics of languages in multilingual societies. She is passionate about the use and importance of children's literature and has been involved in this sector as an editor, translator and educationist. She is also instrumental in introducing children’s literature to students of B.El.Ed. At Miranda House.

  • Shailaja Menon

    Shailaja Menon

    • Shailaja Menon works as faculty in the area of Language and Literacy at the School of Education, Azim Premji University. She currently leads a longitudinal project, Literacy Research in Indian Languages (LiRIL), investigating the teaching and learning of early language and literacy in Maharashtra and Karnataka. She serves as a literacy consultant for Sri Ratan Tata Trust. She also anchors the bilingual children’s literature festival, KathaVana that is hosted annually by Azim Premji University. She has an abiding interest in imparting a love for language, literature and literacy to children, teachers and teacher educators. Prior to this she taught at Jones International University and University of Colorado in the United States. Shailaja has her doctorate degree in language, literacy and learning disabilities from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, and degrees in human development and psychology from MSU, Baroda, and Delhi University, respectively.

  • Usha Mukunda

    Usha Mukunda

    • Usha Mukunda has inspired generations of children to discover the joys of reading. An ardent advocate of open libraries, she is deeply interested in nurturing discerning readers and users of the library. She co-founded the Centre for Learning (Bangalore) in 1990 and set up an open library there. She has been working with several rural, government and community libraries across India. She writes regularly on books and libraries for various journals, and blogs at She participated in the NCERT exercise to select good books and other programmes to strengthen school librarians of the Southern Regions, resulting in two manuals and workshops for school librarians. She was a member of the special committee for libraries and knowledge networking under the aegis of the Karnataka Knowledge Commission. In 2009, she was awarded a Karnataka State award for her service to school libraries.


  • Storytelling with Varsha Sahasrabuddhe

    Children enjoy a story session with VARSHA SAHASRABUDDHE, who read aloud Laloo Bokyacha Goshti in Marathi”, written & illustrated by Big Little Big Award Shortlisted Author Madhuri Purandare.

    Nov 20, 2016
    Venue: National Centre for the Performing Arts, Mumbai
    Time: 2 pm - 4 pm
  • LOVE, DEATH, CASTE - Should serious topics stay out of children's literature

    Panelists Nina Sabnani, Sayoni Basu and Dev Lahiri engage in a spirited discussion chaired by Swaha Sahoo

    Nov 20, 2016
    Venue: Little Theatre NCPA, Mumbai
    Time: 10:30 am - 11:30 am
  • Workshops with Atanu Roy & Proiti Roy

    Celebrating children’s day on November 14-15, BLBA shortlisted illustrators Atanu Roy & Proiti Roy held captivating sessions with children on illustrating their own stories at National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi.

    Session 1: Led by Atanu Roy and assisted by two young illustrators Prashant Soni and Nilesh Gehlot. Creating your own stories with art, sketches and drawing

    Session 2 (Parallel): Led by Proiti Roy on illustrating your own stories

    Nov 15, 2016
    Venue: National Bal Bhawan, New Delhi
    Time: 10 am - 1 pm
  • Interaction & workshop with Madhuri Purandare

    Session: storytelling, illustrating and language games

    Nov 09, 2016
    Venue: Garware Bal Bhawan, Pune
    Time: 10 am - 1 pm
  • Discussion with illustrators Nina Sabnani & Proiti Roy

    Session: Discuss work of both the illustrators, delve into the joys and challenges of illustrating for children & opportunities in the field

    Nov 09, 2016
    Venue: Industrial Design Centre, IIT Bombay
    Time: 2 pm - 5 pm
  • Interaction & workshop with Rajiv Tambe

    Session: Fun with science and math

    BLBA Shortlisted author Rajiv Tambe held an interactive workshop on science in everyday life with Children at Bal Bhawan.

    Nov 08, 2016
    Venue: Garware Bal Bhawan, Pune
    Time: 10 am - 1 pm