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by Lata Mani,Srividya Natarajan

  • ISBN: 8181465245
  • Category: Сhildren's books
  • Author: Lata Mani,Srividya Natarajan
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Tulika (January 2009)
  • Pages: 24 pages
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By Lata Mani Illustrations Srividya Natarajan Full colour, soft cover. Written by Sandhya Rao Illustrated by Srividya Natarajan Paperback. ISBN: 978-81-8146-743-0. Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next .

The Tamarind Tree (Paperback). Published by Tulika Print Communication Services, India (2009). Srividya Natarajan (illustrator). ISBN 10: 8181465318 ISBN 13: 9788181465313.

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THE TAMARIND TREE story Lata Mani pictures Srividya Natarajan. On Monday Mani is a monkey, on Tuesday hes a crocodile, on Wednesday A k that gives a real ride to the imagination!

THE TAMARIND TREE story Lata Mani pictures Srividya Natarajan. The story of four boys climbing a tamarind tree one warm afternoon speaks about looking inward. The pictures speak to the heart. 20 pages, . x . 5, full colour, soft cover, for 6 years and above English, Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali & 100. THE SPIDERS WEB story Lata Mani pictures Ashok Rajagopalan. On Monday Mani is a monkey, on Tuesday hes a crocodile, on Wednesday A k that gives a real ride to the imagination! English with Hindi, Tamil, Malayalam, Kannada, Telugu, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali & 95. Recom.

Trees were planted along the road so that the pedestrians can rest under them when they grew tired. Some take food that they carry with them, under the sprawling trees and sleep for a while before they continue their journey

Trees were planted along the road so that the pedestrians can rest under them when they grew tired. Some take food that they carry with them, under the sprawling trees and sleep for a while before they continue their journey. There was a lone traveler among several others walking along the road. He was proud that he knows every thing in the world. After traveling for a long time, he decided to take the lunch that he brought along. When he had finished his lunch he felt sleepy and lay down under the shade of that tamarind tree.

Srividya, also known as Sreevidya, was an Indian film actress best known for her work predominantly in Malayalam and Tamil films with few Telugu, Kannada and Hindi films for 40 years. She acted in more than 800 films in her film career. In the latter part of her career, she concentrated on Malayalam films. In addition to acting, she occasionally worked as a playback singer as well. She was best known for restraint and subtlety in portrayal of varied emotions

Beneath the Tamarind Tree is a gripping read and a story of resilience with a soaring message of hope at its core .

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